Tinhead Road, Edington, Westbury, Wiltshire, BA13 4PJ | Property for sale | Savills
255.85 sq m
Guide price £1,100,000(65,326,163 EGP)

Tinhead RoadEdington, Westbury, Wiltshire, BA13 4PJ

  • Under offer

Key features

  • A handsome character detached home
  • Fine period feature
  • Edge of village setting
  • Large level gardens
  • Open aspect
  • Ample parking

A fine period detached period property with large level gardens on the edge of this popular Wiltshire village.

About this property

  • This delightful period detached family home is situated on the edge of Edington village backing on to open fields and countryside. Built in attractive red brick and offering in excess of 2,754 sq ft of accommodation arranged over 3 floors this well presented family home has practical and versatile a living space with easy access from the home to large and level rear garden.

    Inside there is a welcoming reception hall with a door down to the cellar, a large sitting room complete with feature fireplace. The dining room enjoys an impressive fireplace with inset wood burner. Leading off is a family room with doors out to the gardens. The kitchen/breakfast room is the heart of the home with impressive vaulted ceiling and feature Aga. There are hand built cabinets, a large island unit and easy access to the gardens.

    To the first and second floors are the bedrooms, which comprise of a principle bedroom complete with dressing room and en-suite bathroom, 3 further bedrooms and a family bathroom.

    OUTSIDE
    The total gardens and grounds are approaching half an acre and are arranged with driveway and parking areas to the front with a raised lawn and then a large level lawn with well stocked boarders and a large wooden deck to the rear. The gardens are private and enclosed but open at the very rear to enjoy the open country views of the neighbour fields and farm land.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

The views to the rear from the glorious gardens are really quite special.

Matthew PeglerProperty agent

Local information

  • Edington is a desirable village steeped in history on the northern edge of Salisbury Plain and approximately 17 miles from Bath. It has a wonderful C13th century priory church, where the renowned Edington Music Festiva. There is also a very popular farm shop selling locally produced products and a mini brewery. The Three Daggers is a gourmet pub, with luxury B&B accommodation. There is a much used village hall, post office and children's play park. A doctor's surgery and supermarket can be found in Bratton (1 mile).
  • The World Heritage City of Bath provides a wide range of cultural activities including the famous Theatre Royal. Devizes and Bradford-upon Avon are two pretty country towns nearby with twice weekly markets. The Wiltshire countryside provides numerous opportunities for walking, cycling, riding and golf.
  • There is a selection of excellent schools nearby. Great Cheverell Primary School is 3 miles away and there is a first class secondary school at Market Lavington. Private schools include Dauntseys (4 miles), Monkton Coombe, St Mary's and St Margret's in Calne, Prior Park, The Royal High School and King Edwards in Bath, Stonar, Godolphin and Marlborough College.
  • Communication links are excellent with both the M3 and M4 motorways easily accessible. Nearby Westbury has a mainline train station to London Paddington 85 mins, London Waterloo 120 mins, Bath 25 mins and Salisbury 30 mins. Bristol airport is 35 miles away and London Heathrow 85 miles.

Additional information

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  • EPC Rating: E
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G