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Rear Hall, Inner Hall with Shower & Cloakroom, Spacious Kitchen, Snug, Charming Sitting Room with inglenook fireplace, Television Room, Dining Room, First Floor Landing, Spacious Bathroom & 3 Bedrooms, Driveway Parking & Double Garage, Large Most Attractive and Private Gardens, Oil-fired Central Heating to radiators & Upvc Sealed Unit Double Glazing. An extremely rare opportunity to acquire a Charming Period Home - formerly two Cottages combined - which enjoys a private elevated setting and glorious views South in this popular Village.
is a charming period cottage which has Wisteria-clad mellow brick and colourwashed elevations under a tiled roof and benefits from Upvc sealed unit double glazed windows together with Oil-fired central heating to radiators. Well Cottage started life as 2 Longleat Estate cottages since combined and extended to create a comfortable and spacious home which enjoys a unique secluded elevated setting where all main rooms enjoy a sunny Southerly aspect and lovely views. Although offering scope for some updating this is a rare opportunity to acquire a light and airy cottage home with the added bonus of extensive Gardens of circa 0.5 acre. Properties of this nature are rarely available in this part of Crockerton hence the Agents strongly recommend an early accompanied internal inspection in order to avoid disappointment.
Well Cottage occupies a secluded elevated location in this most popular of villages, enjoying lovely views and a setting which will appeal to country-lovers and ramblers alike as Crockerton is located on the edge of the Longleat Estate, the ancestral home of the Marquess of Bath and the Thynne family, with its miles of unspoilt country walks and many hundreds of acres of woodland. Closeby is the beautiful Shearwater Lake popular for angling and sailing, whilst the highly regarded village Primary School is just minutes away on foot. The village is served by bus service to Warminster 2 miles to the North with good schooling and excellent shopping facilities - 3 supermarkets including a Waitrose store, and a wide range of other amenities which include a theatre & library, hospital & clinics, and railway station with regular rail services to Salisbury, and then direct to London Waterloo, and to Bath with a direct line on to South Wales. Other main centres in the area include Frome, Trowbridge, Westbury, Bath and Salisbury all within a comfortable driving distance, as are the various Salisbury Plain military bases whilst the A36, A350 and A303 trunk routes provide swift road access throughout the West Country and further afield to London via the A303/M3. Southampton, Bournemouth and Bristol airports are all just over an hour by road.
with double glazed front door, radiator, staircase to First Floor and door opening
with radiator, cloaks cupboard, central heating controls, telephone point, understairs cupboard and opening
comprising shower enclosure with thermostatic shower controls and complimentary tiling.
having White suite comprising low level W.C., hand basin and radiator.
a light and airy room enjoying dual aspects overlooking the Gardens and having exposed ceiling beam and featuring an Inglenook fireplace with exposed beam and brickwork housing Gas-fired log-effect dog grate operated by bottled Gas with smoke hood creating a focal point, 2 radiators, wall light points, T.V. aerial point, deep built-in drinks cupboard and opening to one side into a Snug.
having T.V. aerial point, electric radiator, wall light points and double glazed French doors opening onto extensive Garden Terrace.
with original cottage front door opening onto Garden Terrace, radiator, understairs cupboard and door to Dining Room.
having exposed ceiling beam and arched brick fireplace housing old cottage range, 2 radiators, ample space for dining table & chairs and door to Kitchen.
overlooking the Gardens having postformed worksurfaces with inset 1½ bowl colour-keyed sink, a range of bespoke Pine-fronted units providing ample drawer & cupboard space, complimentary tiling, matching overhead cupboards and shelving, Electric Ceramic Hob with feature Filter Hood above, built-in Electric Oven and Microwave Oven, integrated Dishwasher and Fridge/Freezer, further fitted shelved dresser and worksurface with drawers and cupboards under, telephone point, radiator and space for breakfast table & chairs.
with built-in linen cupboard housing hot water cylinder with immersion heater fitted.
a bright and airy room enjoying a lovely aspect overlooking the Gardens and far beyond, with 2 radiators, telephone point, built-in wardrobe cupboard and access hatch to loft.
with White suite comprising sunken bath, vanity hand basin with cupboard under, low level W.C., bidet, complementary ceramic tiling, radiator and recessed low voltage spotlighting.
also a light and airy room enjoying lovely views, having 2 radiators, vanity hand basin with cupboard under, fitted dressing surface with drawers and wardrobe cupboard.
having radiator and wardrobe cupboards.
The property is approached from Broadmead Lane, a little-used lane off Potters Hill via a sizeable driveway/forecourt serving as Parking for several vehicles and leading to:
with remotely operated up & over door and personal rear door. Tucked away to the rear of the Garage is the Oil Storage Tank.
To the Rear of the Cottage is a Sheltered Porch with Utility/Boiler Room having plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, also housing Oil-fired Trianco boiler supplying central heating and domestic hot water and space for damp coats and wet wellies.
arranged on several levels. Its unique location and delightful open aspect is matched by the Gardens which have been landscaped to take full advantage of its sloping site. These include an extensive paved terrace providing outside entertaining space for alfresco meals and features the well from which the cottage takes its name - the terrace benefits a Southerly aspect which enjoys the Summer sunshine for much of the day. Steps lead down to colourful borders well stocked with a wide variety of ornamental shrubs, seasonal plants, extensive areas of lawn interspersed with shrubs and bushes.
A lower area of lawn provides a shady setting and includes a mature Cedar tree beyond which is a wild flower Garden. Established hedging forms the boundaries of the Garden and by their nature the foliage ensures privacy and seclusion at all times of the year. These are delightful Gardens which must be viewed in person to be fully appreciated.
We understand Mains Water and Electricity are connected to the property whilst Drainage is to a Septic Tank which has been upgraded during September 2020 to comply with the General Binding Rules which apply to small sewage discharges.
Freehold with vacant possession.
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