Dating from the 1700's, this four bedroom period property, situated in a most convenient and popular village location has an extremely welcoming and comfortable feel, with many period features, and deceptively spacious accommodation that flows. In particular, the generous ground floor rooms provide great space for families to gather and entertain, as does the enclosed private garden which is just off the garden room - perfect for dining 'al fresco' and allowing children or pets to be safe and secure. Paved and easy to maintain, the garden features flower beds, mature trees and a hot tub tucked away in the corner.
The hub of the house is the country style kitchen. With flagstone flooring, it is fitted with a comprehensive range of wooden units, an island, an abundance of storage/open shelving and plenty of workspace. A door from the kitchen leads to the utility room. The kitchen is open plan to the dining room which provides the space for a large dining table and chairs, whilst the garden room which, with a lantern light and sliding patio doors brings the outside into the house. A cloakroom/wc is located off the garden room.
The main reception room is dual aspect, with one window overlooking the side of the house to the street, and two more windows, along with the original front door looking out into the enclosed garden.
To the first floor, there are three good size bedrooms and a sizeable family bathroom. A flight of stairs from the landing leads to the largest of the bedrooms which features an ensuite shower room. In addition to the courtyard style garden, there is a further separate garden and garage situated just passed the property along the lane. Parking is
alongside the property by the side entrance.
Burton is a lovely and sought after village with amenities including public house and a small post office/store (in nearby Nettleton). Further amenities can be found in the nearby villages of Yatton Kennell and Acton Turville
which include a good primary school. Nearby Grittleton is home to the renowned Grittleton Manor School (Nursery - Secondary). A more comprehensive range of amenities can be found in the market town of Chippenham or the Georgian city of Bath both with mainline railway stations. The village falls into catchment of Sheldon and Hardenhuish
Secondary Schools in Chippenham.
The village is also well situated for use of the M4 motorway, and is midway between junctions 17 and 18, giving easy access to Bristol and Swindon, whilst the A46 places Bath to the south and Stroud and the M5 motorway to the north within easy reach.
Tenure - Freehold
Mains Water & Drainage - Oil Fired Central Heating
Local Authority Wiltshire County Council
Council Tax Band C