Newtown, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, BA15 1NG | Property for sale | Savills
156.17 sq m
Guide price £695,000(19,957,705 EGP)

NewtownBradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, BA15 1NG

    Key features

    • Grade II listed home
    • Fine period features
    • Versatile accommodation
    • Pretty town garden
    • Well placed for local amenities
    • Views across the town and countryside beyond.

    A delightful Grade II listed home in a sought after and highly desirable area.

    About this property

    • This delightful Grade II listed end of terrace property enjoys an elevated position just off the centre of Bradford on Avon, with an attractive Georgian facade and 17th Centrury origins.

      The home enjoys 1,681 sq ft of accommodation arranged over four floors. There are fine period and sympathetic features to include period fireplaces to most rooms, exposed wooden floors including an oak staircase, paneled doors and sash windows with working shutters in places.

      On entering the property there is a sitting room to the ground floor with inset wood burner, a dining room with pretty Georgian basket grate, practical study area with access to the garden and downstairs shower room. Steps lead down to the utility area and kitchen/breakfast room. This provides a cosy family space and practical storage options. To the first floor is the principal bedroom, a spare bedroom and a stylish and well equipped family bathroom. To the second floor are two further bedrooms as well as eaves storage and loft access.

      The property enjoys a courtyard and rear garden. There is a paved area leading directly off the back of the house, with steps up to a level lawn and graveled seating area. The rear garden is a little oasis and enjoys chimney pot views over the town.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This wonderful period home has great views and fine period features.

    Matthew PeglerProperty agent

    Local information

    • The property is conveniently located just off the desirable market town centre of Bradford-on-Avon. The town offers a wealth of day-to-day amenities and was one of the winners in the Sunday Times “Best Places to Live in Britain” competition in early 2015. Bradford-on-Avon station is less than 0.5 miles away, with high speed links to London Paddington and London Waterloo and there is convenient access to Bath and Bristol via Junction 17 of the M4 at Chippenham (approximately 15.4 miles).
    • The area has a selection of very-well regarded schools, including Beechen Cliff, The Royal High School for Girls, Prior Park and Kingswood, all in Bath. Further afield are Marlborough College, Badminton, Downside, Wells Cathedral, Millfield and St Mary's in Calne. The World Heritage City of Bath is approximately 8 miles distant and provides first class shopping, educational and cultural attractions to include the Roman Baths and Thermae spa.

    Additional information

    • EPC Exempt
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E