About this property
Stunning early Victorian mid-terrace cottage that has been extended to the rear to create a wonderful home that stylishly combines modern living with a wealth of period features. The superbly presented accommodation comprises a front porch leading to a reception hallway with stairs to the first floor and doors to a nicely proportioned sitting room with feature fireplace, a superbly appointed kitchen which has open plan styling through to the dining / garden room. The ground floor is completed by a further versatile room which is currently utilised as a fourth bedroom with en-suite shower room. The first floor provides three further bedrooms and a smartly presented family bathroom. Externally there is
a brick paved driveway to the front which provides ample off-road parking and an extensive lawned garden to the rear with well stocked borders, paved patio and lovely views to the countryside. The property is well situated within easy commuter access of both Junctions 17 & 18 of the M4, a mainline railway station; whilst also being within catchment for the highly regarded secondary schools of Hardenhuish and Sheldon in nearby Chippenham. In order to fully appreciate all that this property has to offer and internal viewing is strongly recommended.
The Gibb is a small hamlet situated in a semi-rural location with a public house on the edge of the nearby village of Castle Combe which is renowned for its use for many film locations and often described as The Prettiest Village in England. The village itself boasts a popular motor racing circuit, The Manor House Hotel, picturesque golf course and two delightful village pubs. Central to the enchanting village is a 14th Century Market Cross, Medieval Church and river flowing through the village. Nearby is the village of Yatton Keynell with a primary school, Doctors surgery and public house. The world heritage city of Bath is c.10 miles and the market town of Chippenham is c.6 miles, both with mainline rail stations and a more comprehensive range of amenities. The M4 motorway at junctions 17 & 18 offers excellent motor commuting to the major centres of Bath, Bristol, Swindon and London.
Local Authority: Wiltshire Council
Council Tax Band: C
EPC Rating: D
Heating: Electric (Wet system)
Mains electricity, water and drainage connected.
33/34 Market Place Chippenham Wiltshire SN15 3HP