Sherston is a highly sought after North Wiltshire village with a quintessentially English charm. There are a number of excellent amenities including; a primary school, parish church, village hall, two public houses, garage, doctor's surgery, an independent farm shop and village post office. The River Avon passes through the village and the surrounding countryside has many pretty walks and rides.
Close by are the market towns of Malmesbury and Tetbury which are both approximately 5 miles. Malmesbury is reputed to be the oldest Borough in the country dating back to the 11th Century. Both towns offer a wide range of shops, services, schooling and leisure facilities.
There are main line stations to London-Paddington at Kemble, Chippenham and Stroud.
The property was built circa 1800 and is made of stone with a rendered front and Cotswold stone roof tiles.
It is entered through a timber and part glazed front door which leads into the welcoming sitting room with exposed beams and sash style hinged window looking out to the front of the property. A beautiful inglenook fireplace with a stone exposed chimney breast, quarry tiled hearth and Parkray multifuel burner stove creates a real focal point to the room.
From the sitting room, a door leads through to the bright and charming kitchen with painted shaker style fitted wall and floor cabinets with concealed lighting, light wood effect worktops and stone tiled floor. There is an inset sink with mixer tap, freestanding Creda cooker with ceramic hob and double oven with extractor hood above, and plumbing and space for a dishwasher.
A turned staircase with under stairs storage and space for a fridge freezer to stand, leads up to the first floor. A window looks out onto the back garden and there are more storage cupboards on the first floor landing.
From the kitchen a door leads into the utility area which continues with the stone tiled floor, exposed stone to one wall and windows looking out onto the garden. There is plumbing for a washing machine. A part glazed door leads out into the rear garden.
Upstairs the landing has exposed beams and to one end there is an exposed stone wall and spiral wooden staircase leading to the second floor.
A delightful bedroom is entered through a panelled door with latch opening on the first floor. There is a built in wardrobe and dressing table and a feature fireplace. The sash style hinged window with window seat makes the perfect spot to sit and enjoy the far reaching countryside views towards Luckington.
The bathroom has a white suite comprising a painted tongue and groove panel enclosed bath with overhead shower and fitted shower screen, toilet, a vanity mounted wash hand basin with mosaic tile surround and cupboards underneath.
On the second floor there is a light and airy double aspect attic bedroom again with far reaching countryside views towards Luckington on one side and views across gardens towards Sherston church on the other. The room has very good storage with a built in wardrobe and under eaves storage.
From the utility room a step leads up into the rear garden which is enclosed by an attractive stone wall to two sides and wooden panelling to one side.
The garden is predominantly laid to lawn and edged with herbaceous borders including lavender, roses and hydrangeas and a patio area. In one corner sits a wooden shed which makes the ideal space to store garden tools and furniture.
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"A delightful cottage in a highly sought after location which would be perfect for a first time buyer, 2nd home or an investor."