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Porch, Hall, Charming Sitting Room and Dining Room both with woodburners, Cellar, Study/Downstairs Bedroom, Cloaks/Utility Room, Kitchen/Diner, First Floor Landing, Family Bathroom & 4 Bedrooms - 1 with En-Suite Bathroom, Detached Former Barn suitable as a Self-Contained Annexe or Home Office, Garage, Ample Driveway Parking & Private Gardens Extending to 0.66 Acre, Oil-fired Central Heating to radiators & Mostly Upvc Sealed Unit Double Glazing. A Rare Opportunity to acquire a charming Period Cottage with a Private 0.66 Acre Garden located in this Highly Regarded Village.
is a charming detached period cottage believed to date from the early 1800’s and more than likely originally owned by the Longleat Estate. The cottage has pretty Wisteria-clad colourwashed stone and brick elevations under a tiled roof and benefits from Upvc sealed unit double glazing to most windows together with Oil-fired central heating to radiators. The property stands in private Gardens of two-thirds of an acre and comes with the added bonus of a sizeable detached former Barn which would suit conversion into a self-contained accommodation annexe or a home office. Although offering scope for some updating this is a rare opportunity to acquire a period home in this highly regarded village where properties of this nature are seldom available hence the Agents strongly recommend an early accompanied internal inspection in order to avoid disappointment.
Shearcross Farm occupies a delightful setting just below the treeline in Shearcross a quiet little-used lane in this most popular of villages, which will appeal to country-lovers and ramblers alike and a great area for riding. Crockerton is a friendly village located on the edge of the Longleat Estate, ancestral home of the Marquess of Bath and the Thynne family, with miles of unspoilt country walks and many hundreds of acres of accessible woodland. Closeby is the beautiful Shearwater Lake popular for angling and sailing, whilst the village Primary School - rated Good by Ofsted, is easily accessible and the village gastro- pub The Bath Arms will be re-opening shortly after refurbishment. Crockerton is served by buses 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 centres in the area include Frome, Trowbridge, Westbury, Bath and Salisbury are all within a comfortable driving distance, as are the various Salisbury Plain military bases whilst the A350, A36 and A303 trunk routes provide swift access throughout the West Country and further afield to London via the A303/M3. Southampton, Bournemouth and Bristol airports are each just over an hour by road.
with flagstone floor, cloaks hanging space and glazed inner door leading into:
also having flagstone floor and exposed brickwork, radiator, staircase to First Floor whilst a door and flight of steps lead to the cellar.
with power and light connected and housing Grant Oil-fired boiler supplying central heating and domestic hot water, and adjacent hot water cylinder with immersion heater fitted.
with tiled floor and stable-type door to driveway.
currently doubling as a downstairs Bedroom, with radiator, archway to Sitting Room and door into:
having worksurface, hand basin, low level W.C., plumbing for washing machine and radiator.
with extensive worksurfaces, inset 1½ bowl sink, range of Pine units providing ample drawer & cupboard space, slot-in Electric Cooker with feature surround, ample space for breakfast table & chairs, exposed timberwork, radiator and arched opening into Dining Room.
a delightful room which features a fireplace with exposed brick chimneybreast housing a woodburner creating a focal point, radiator, wall light points, exposed timberwork, T.V aerial point and radiator.
having fireplace with exposed brick chimneybreast housing woodburner creating a focal point, flagstone floor, ample space for dining table and chairs, wealth of exposed ceiling timberwork and stonework, wall light points and radiator.
From the Hall a staircase leads to:
having White suite comprising panelled bath with Aquatonic shower and glazed splash screen, pedestal basin, low level W.C., complementary tiling and radiator.
enjoying dual aspects with wall light points, exposed timberwork and opening into Dressing Room 11’8” x 6’8” with radiator leading into:
with White suite comprising panelled bath, corner shower and Mira shower controls, pedestal hand basin, low level W.C., complementary tiling and 3 radiators.
enjoying dual aspects and radiator.
with radiator and exposed timberwork.
with exposed timberwork, radiator and loft access hatch.
from Shearcross, a little-used lane off Clay Street via a driveway/forecourt providing Ample Parking for several cars.
with up & over door and power and light connected.
which has brick and stone elevations under a tiled roof, currently used for storage but ideal for conversion into a Self-contained Annexe/Home Office or Studio and comprises: Main Room 26’4” x 12’7” having vaulted ceiling with exposed structural timberwork, 3 radiators, spotlighting and door into Bathroom 13’2” x 8’9” with panelled bath, hand basin and low level W.C., radiator and shelved cupboard housing hot water cylinder with immersion heater fitted. Note: The radiators are heated by the boiler which serves the main house.
Enjoys a Peaceful Setting complimented by a large private Garden. The Gardens are mainly laid to extensive areas of manageable sloping lawn with borders well stocked with seasonal plants and several mature trees whilst a West-facing paved terrace enjoys the afternoon and evening Summer Sun. A further terrace is located adjacent to the rear door together with two implement stores. The whole is nicely enclosed by established hedging the foliage of which ensures privacy whilst one boundary adjoins the woodland of the Longleat Estate and is a fantastic area for children and pets to explore. The location and privacy of the property 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.
Freehold with vacant possession.
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