3 Bedroom Semi-Detached House for sale in Callow Hill, Brinkworth
PONY PADDOCK - Enjoying elevated views over the Wiltshire countryside, this 3 bedroom semi-detached home boasts a large 2.1 acre paddock offering smallholding lifestyle opportunities. No onward chain.
- Semi-Detached Home
- Large 2.1 acre Pony Paddock
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Receptions
- Spacious Kitchen/Dining Room
- Scope for extending (subject to planning)
- Previous planning for stable block
- Far reaching views
- Private Parking & Garden
- No onward chain
DESCRIPTION Dauntsey View is a semi-detached home with a 2.1 acre pony paddock offering rare lifestyle opportunities for smallholding and the 'good life'. The property is situated on Callow Hill within the village of Brinkworth set away from the main road and enjoys far reaching elevated views over the rolling Wiltshire countryside.
The property has ample scope for extending and improving, with the accommodation arranged over three floors extending in all to 1,303 sq.ft. On the ground floor, there are two reception rooms, the living room of which has a newly fitted wood burning stove, double doors lead to the spacious kitchen/dining room which has fitted units. The bathroom has been fitted with a shower over the bath. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms. A further staircase leads up to the top floor attic room which has exposed beams and redbrick and could be utilised as an occasional third bedroom as required. The house is warmed through an LPG fired combi-boiler.
The garden is arranged at the rear, landscaped for low maintenance with a patio, lawn and a useful timber storeroom which doubles up as a utility room with power. To the front, there is off road parking whilst timber gates at the side open to provide further parking and access through to the land. The level paddock extends in all to 2.1 acres with an animal shelter and timber fenced chicken pen/vegetable garden within it. Planning permission was granted in 2015 (now lapsed) for the construction of a stable block comprising 4 loose boxes and a hay store.
Please note, there is a public footpath that runs across the land. The land benefits from a vehicular right of way access from a gate located at the far side of the land.
SITUATION Brinkworth is reputed to be the 'longest village in England' and is located between Malmesbury and Royal Wootton Basset. The village has an excellent primary school and public house as well as parish church and village hall. The Three Crowns Pub conveniently runs a little shop selling essentials. A village market happens every two weeks, and the local dairy delivers milk on a weekly basis along with its cheese, cream and other produce it sells. A strong community spirit provides many village events activities throughout the year whilst Malmesbury and Royal Wootton Bassett provide a wide range of facilities, schools and recreational facilities.
Junction 16 of the M4 is very convenient being only 6 miles away whilst there is easy commuter access to Bath, Bristol, Swindon and Cirencester. There are regular mainline services from Swindon, Kemble and Chippenham to London Paddington taking just over 60 minutes.