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Rural Wiltshire Uk Village Property For Sale

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RARE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A HOME IN THIS …

RARE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A HOME IN THIS
WILTSHIRE UK VILLAGE
Properties in this Wiltshire Village rarely come on the market.
A period house built circa 1890, situated in the hamlet of Heywood and has views to the front over fields. Close to railway station for all major links.


*OFFERS IN REGION OF £250,000* Open to sensible offers.
This charming three bedroom terraced cottage property has wonderful views to the front and is set in a lovely rural location, a rare opportunity in this desirable village. The property comprises three bedrooms and open plan reception rooms and kitchen with rear garden.

The property dates back to circa 1890 and has no onward chain the property has history having believed to have been part of the original butlers house to the historic Heywood House.

Also close to Westbury overground station

A must view!

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  • 1. Wiltshire UK-Rural village period property FOR SALE
    **NO ONWARD CHAIN **A three bedroom period house built circa 1890, situated in the hamlet of Heywood and has views to the front over fields. Originally part of a larger house believed to have been built for the butler of Heywood House and more recently converted into three separate dwellings. The property further benefits from two reception rooms, re-fitted kitchen and bathroom, good size private rear garden, double glazed windows and doors and an oil fired central heating system.
  • 2. Sitting Room
    SITTING ROOM: 14 10` X 11 1` (4.52m X 3.38m).
     
     
    Aluminium double glazed window to front, radiator, open fireplace with stone surround,
    TV point.
  • 3. Dining Hall
    DINING HALL: 14 10` X 12 (4.52m X 3.66m).
     
    uPVC double glazed front door, aluminium double glazed window to front, radiator, stairs rising to the first floor, door into kitchen, square arch into the sitting room
  • 4. Master Bedroom
    FIRST FLOORLANDING: Airing cupboard housing hot water tank and slatted shelving, doors into:BEDROOM 1: 14 1` X 11 10` (4.3m X 3.6m). uPVC double glazed window and an aluminium double glazed window to front with views over fields, radiator, feature exposed brickwork, TV point.
  • 5. Second Bedroom
    BEDROOM 2: 11 9` X 9 5` (3.58m X 2.87m).
     
     
    Aluminium double glazed window to front with views over fields, radiator, built in cupboard, access to loft space,
  • 6. Third Bedroom
    BEDROOM 3: 7 10` X 5 11` (2.39m X 1.8m).
     
     
    uPVC double glazed window to rear with views over the enclosed and private rear garden, radiator, telephone point.
  • 7. Bathroom
    BATHROOM:
     
    Obscure uPVC double glazed window to rear, white suite comprising of panel bath with shower over, close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel radiator, part tiled walls, exposed wooden floorboards.
  • 8. Rear Garden
    REAR GARDEN:
     
    Enclosed and offering a good degree of privacy, paved patio area with pergola over, five bar wooden gate leading to gravelled area with paving inset leading to a further paved patio area with a pergola over, flower and shrub borders, two sheds, oil tank.
  • 9. Front Garden
    Picture - Looking down onto part of the front garden.
     
    FRONT GARDEN:
     
    Enclosed by wooden fencing, gravel covered flower and shrub borders, external light and post box, five bar wooden gate and path leading to the front door.
  • 10. In the immediate vacinity
  • 11. The Area
    ABOUT THE AREA:
     
    Heywood is a hamlet located between the towns of Trowbridge and Westbury which provide a wide range of facilities which include railway links to London and superb public transport links. Heywood itself offers such facilities as a farm shop, village hall and equestrian centre and is ideal if you are looking for a quieter pace of life.
  • 12. Village Life
    The pace here in Heywood is as you would
    expect from a quiet village.
    There is a local farm shop just 5 minutes walk
    from the house.  Across the fields to the rear
    is a local pub in the next village that are
    famous for their good food.
     If you want the bigger stores and theme type
    pubs, there is Westbury just about a mile
    down the road.
     For the large Supermarkets you are about 10
    minutes by car if that.
     Other large retail chains that provide DIY,
    furniture and pet supplies to name but a few
    are conveniently located just 5 minutes by car
    very near to the kids favourite fast food
    eateries.
    Picture Here of the local farm shop
  • 13. The Butler and His Wife-Placed for eternity, one at each end of the house front.
  • 14. Contact Detailshttp://www.thegroup4you.com/properties/forsaleeurope/uk/Wiltshire.html
    Please feel free to contact
    us either on:
     
    0034 697 752 777
    0790 4090896
     
    or email us at
    info@snakerooster.co.uk
    WILTSHIRE UK
    RURAL VILLAGE
    HOUSE
    FOR SALE
    £250,000
    or nearest offer