Shrewton Road, Chitterne, Warminster

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
This modern cottage is one of the middle houses in a row of four constructed with stone external elevations with brick and flint detailing under a tiled roof. The front view of the property does not give the casual observer a true sense of the full extent of the accommodation that lies behind. Arranged over a number of levels, this makes for an interesting layout and with the high quality fittings it is an ideal property for use as a delightful primary home, investment opportunity or weekend cottage. Approached via shared covered steps, the accommodation consists of a reception hall/garden room that overlooks an enclosed courtyard garden and gives access to a studio room over the garage which has an en-suite shower room making it suitable for use as a guest room. The attractively fitted kitchen is equipped with Neff appliances and has a balustrade opening to the raised spacious sitting/dining room. On the first floor you will find two double bedrooms and a well-appointed bathroom. Externally, the property is approached via a gravelled drive with parking for one vehicle and communal flower and shrub beds, whilst to the rear you will find a paved patio area with steps leading up through the terraced garden to a flat elevated area from which to enjoy views across the neighbouring countryside. The property boasts the added benefit of being offered with no onward chain.

Clockhouse Cottages is a small development of just four stylishly designed houses built in the late 1990's by a locally based builder. Chitterne is a small rural village situated amidst the gently rolling chalk downland on the south western edge of Salisbury Plain where it meets the lovely countryside of the Wylye Valley. The village has an active village hall, church, playground and cricket club whilst the nearby larger villages of Codford, Heytesbury and Shrewton have between them good everyday amenities including a choice of shops, post offices, primary schools, petrol stations, doctors' surgeries and vets. The market town of Warminster is about 8 miles away and has supermarkets, shops, health and leisure facilities as well as a railway station with services to London, Bristol and Southampton whilst the station at Westbury has direct rail service to London (Paddington). The nearest regional airports are at Bournemouth, Bristol and Southampton. The village is in a picturesque setting and is well placed for the A36 which gives convenient access to the medieval cathedral city of Salisbury and Roman city of Bath whilst the A360 links to Devizes and Chippenham. The nearby A303 serves London, the West Country and the motorway network. The village is an excellent base for several highly respected schools in both the state and private sectors including amongst many others; Dauntsey's, Warminster School, and Salisbury's grammar and independent schools.

AGENTS NOTE: There is a £30 monthly charge for public liability insurance, maintenance of the sewerage plant and driveway, as well as the maintenance and electricity costs for the clock located above the shared covered steps to No's 2 and 3. Please also note, the main photo shows the rear elevation.

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