3 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Easton Grey
Situated within the highly sought after village of Easton Grey and rarely available to the market, a most attractive detached period home with well presented character accommodation and good sized sunny garden. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, living room with wood burner, conservatory/dining room, utility room. No onward chain
- Attractive Detached Period Home
- Sought after peaceful location
- 3 Bedrooms, 2 Modern Bathrooms
- Living Room with Wood Burner
- Kitchen and Conservatory/Dining Room
- Good Sized Sunny Garden
- No onward chain
DESCRIPTION Bees Cottage is an attractive detached period cottage situated within the heart of the highly sought after village of Easton Grey in a peaceful location and rarely available to the market. Dating back to the 16th Century, the cottage is built of natural Cotswold stone under a traditional stone tiled roof and has ample period features including exposed beams, stone walls and inglenook fireplace.
The beautifully presented character accommodation is arranged over three floors and extends in all to 1,232 sq.ft. The ground floor comprises an entrance hall with utility/WC and larder off through to the modern fitted kitchen with Everhot oven and steps up to the modern conservatory/dining room whilst the good sized living room has under floor heating and a large wood burning stove set within an inglenook fireplace. On the first floor is a double bedroom and recently refitted bathroom with separate shower and bath whilst the top floor also has a newly installed shower room and two further bedrooms, one of which with ample built in storage.
The pretty gardens are to the rear of the property, accessed by steps up across two principal levels with a side access. The top level of the garden is predominately laid to lawn with a new timber terrace, large shed and vegetable patch whilst the garden enjoys the sun all day with views across to the river and fields beyond.
SITUATION Easton Grey is a picturesque unspoilt village surrounded by Wiltshire countryside with the River Avon running through the centre and located only 3 miles from Malmesbury. The larger village of Sherston is only 2 miles away with a village shop, 2 pubs, café, doctors and primary school. Malmesbury is an ancient hilltop town situated on the southern edge of The Cotswolds. Traditionally a market town serving the rural area of North West Wiltshire, the town is reputed to be the oldest borough in England created by Charter in 880 AD by Alfred the Great. Today, the High Street has numerous independent shops, pubs and restaurants including a new Waitrose store and a regular weekly Farmer's market whilst the town has excellent choice of both primary and secondary schools and good recreational and leisure facilities. The M4 motorway (J17) to the south provides fast road access to the major employment centres of Bristol and Swindon together with London and the West Country. Main line rail services are available from Chippenham and Kemble (Paddington in about 75 minutes).