St. Arilds Road, Didmarton: £375,000
Situated within the popular village of Didmarton in walking distance to the Badminton Estate, a recently modernised semi-detached home with excellent family accommodation.
DESCRIPTION This well-presented semi-detached home is located in the popular village of Didmarton, within walking distance to amenities and the Badminton Estate. The property has been modernised and improved over the last few years creating excellent family accommodation arranged over three floors and extending in all to 1,446 sq.ft.
The ground floor comprises a good-sized living room open to the conservatory, whilst the bespoke newly installed kitchen/breakfast room has fitted units from well-regarded local company Moulder Joinery with oak worktops and an island breakfast bar. Off the kitchen there is side access with a utility room and cloakroom. On the first floor there is a shower room with underfloor heating and three good sized bedrooms. The top floor master bedroom suite has an open en-suite with roll top bath.
To the front of the property, double gates open to private parking for several vehicles and a small front lawn. The west-facing rear garden is easy to maintain with a patio and lawn, enjoying a good degree of privacy from mature hedging.
SITUATION Didmarton is an attractive village situated on the edge of the Cotswolds close to the Gloucestershire/Wiltshire border surrounded by the Duke of Beaufort’s ‘Badminton’ Estate. The property is within a short walk of the Kings Arms pub/restaurant and the village hall and playing fields. The village has a high number of historic listed houses and a local garage which also provides everyday essentials. Attractions nearby include the world famous Westonbirt Arboretum, Beaufort Polo Club and the famous Badminton Horse Trials. The village is also surrounded by a network of paths and bridleways providing excellent walking and riding amidst beautiful parkland and countryside. There is a number of excellent primary schools located close by at Leighterton, Hawkesbury Upton, Sherston and Luckington whilst private education is offered at Westonbirt School and Beaudesert Park School. The market town of Tetbury is only 7 miles away and has more comprehensive facilities. Didmarton is very well placed for the A46, M4 (Junction 18), Bath and Bristol all of which are very commutable.