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Cliff Road, Sherston

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Cliff Road, Sherston: £679,950

Set just off from the thriving High Street of this sought after village, a beautifully refurbished and extended period home with light filled characterful accommodation finished to a high specification.

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Cliff Road, Sherston: £679,950

Set just off from the thriving High Street of this sought after village, a beautifully refurbished and extended period home with light filled characterful accommodation finished to a high specification.

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£679,950

FEATURES

  • Attractive Period Village House
  • Recently Refurbished and Extended
  • Beautifully Finished Throughout
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2 Receptions
  • Impressive Kitchen/Family Room
  • Workshop/Store
  • Delightful Landscaped Garden
  • No onward chain
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Cliff Road, Sherston: £679,950

Set just off from the thriving High Street of this sought after village, a beautifully refurbished and extended period home with light filled characterful accommodation finished to a high specification.

DESCRIPTION This attractive period village home in centrally located in the sought after village of Sherston just off from the High Street within walking distance to a range of amenities. Beautifully presented and finished to a high specification, the property has been refurbished, remodeled and extended over the last few years thoughtfully retaining period features including exposed beams and sash windows whilst creating well-proportioned light and airy accommodation arranged over three floors and extending in all to 1,669 sq.ft. Works carried out since 2015 include a replacement oil tank, electrical re-wiring and plumbing replaced, replacement windows, new carpets and solid wood doors throughout whilst the entire boiler system was also replaced in 2013.

On the ground floor, there is a front reception hall with cloakroom and stairs over, through to the impressive light filled kitchen/family room which has under floor heating, a breakfast bar and bi-folding doors to the garden plus a range of fitted units with built in Miele appliances including a double pyro oven, integrated microwave, double induction hob, two fridges, freezer, plate warmer and extractor. Adjoining the kitchen is the living room which has charming sash windows, a wood burning stove and built in book case. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, the master of which positioned at the rear with high vaulted ceiling and ample built in wardrobes. Also, on the first floor is the family bathroom which has a separate bath and shower, with the top floor having a further wet room and bedroom with exposed beams and eaves storage.

To the side of the property is a useful store/workshop which provides side access through to the garden. The delightful garden is fully enclosed and has a patio off from the kitchen with steps up to a raised lawn surrounded by well stocked flower borders and a seating area with pergola over.

SITUATION The beautiful, ancient and much sought after village of Sherston with its broad High Street and historic stone houses is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty conveniently located on the edge of the Cotswolds. Sherston has a thriving community and offers many facilities, including church, primary school, doctor’s surgery, post office & general stores, hairdresser, wine shops and two pubs including the highly regarded 16th century Rattlebone Inn, with its excellent food and friendly atmosphere. The facilities and amenities in Sherston more than adequately provide for everyday need with a whole host of societies and clubs meeting on a regular basis offering entertainment and social events for young and old alike.

Schooling locally is second to none, with very good state and independent schools providing transport to and from the village on a daily basis. Close by are the market towns of Malmesbury and Tetbury which are both approximately 5 miles away. Malmesbury is reputed to be the oldest Borough in the country dating back to the 11th Century. Both towns offer a wider range of shops, services, schooling and leisure facilities. There are main line stations to London-Paddington at Kemble (14 miles) and Chippenham (12 miles) whilst Junctions 17 & 18 of the M4 are both within 15 minutes’ drive providing convenient access to Bath, Bristol and Swindon.

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