Built in 1890 the cottage is full of character with original features such as fireplaces and beams, solid timber flooring and deep skirting boards. The accommodation is arranged over two floors, and offers the balance of a period property with modern up to date fixtures and fittings.
From the spacious entrance hall the sitting room is to the front of the cottage, with a large fireplace housing a wood burning stove, stone mullion windows and exposed beams, this room is comfortable and cosy. The accommodation to the rear is light and bright. Here there is a dining room with French doors into the garden, a study and a cloakroom with further access to the garden. This is perfect for coming in with muddy boots, pets or children directly from the garden. The single storey original stone extension to the rear features the kitchen which is fitted with a range of cream base units, Belfast sink and housing for the dishwasher, washing machine and range style cooker. It also benefits from granite worktops and travertine rustic stone flooring with underfloor heating. There is ample space for a breakfast table and chairs and double doors leading into the garden. To the first floor there are 3 bedrooms and a recently updated family bathroom with a L-shaped bath with shower screen, pedestal basin and wc.
Grounds & Gardens
Access to the front of the property is via a private driveway owned by the vendor, which leads to electric gates providing access to the secure gravel parking area to the front of the house, The front garden is nicely laid out, with lawns either side of the footpath which are framed by a variety of mature shrubs and trees. Vehicle access to the rear of the property is also via electric gates which take you through to the generous gravel parking area. The rear garden is surprisingly spacious and has an attractive lawn with low box hedging and a good size shed with wood store attached. From the rear of the property and garden there
are distant views to farmland and the hills around Devizes and Marlborough.
The property is located to the outskirts of the village of Kington Langley which offers local amenities including a primary school, church and village hall. Chippenham a practical town nearby, provides a comprehensive range of shopping facilities and amenities including schooling for all ages, modern sports/leisure centre and mainline rail services. North Wiltshire is very commutable. Excellent road
communications provide easy access to the major employment centres of Bristol and Swindon and, via the
M4 (J17), London and the West Country. There is a good choice of both state and private schooling in the area and those with an interest in country and leisure pursuits are well catered for in the region.