Savills | Court Street, Sherston, Malmesbury, Wiltshire, SN16 0LL | Property for sale
Guide price £425,000

Court StreetSherston, Malmesbury, Wiltshire, SN16 0LL

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Popular Cotswold village
  • Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
  • Double fronted cottage
  • Village shop and post office
  • South facing garden

A charming double fronted village house.

About this property

  • 8 Court Street is a charming and well proportioned three double bedroom terraced house in the heart of this ever popular Wiltshire village.

    On the ground floor there is a large sitting room complete with a working fire and double doors into the rear porch and garden beyond. There is also a well fitted kitchen breakfast room, cloakroom and utility area. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor and another double bedroom on the second floor. This top floor offers ample scope for a purchaser to further develop subject to the necessary planning consent.

    Outside there is a south facing rear garden with a lawned area and borders. There is also a very useful side entrance with access directly onto Court Street.

    Agents Note - We wish to make any prospective purchasers aware that the vendor of this property is related to an employee of Savills.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

A rare chance to purchase a double fronted cottage in this popular village

Sebastian HipwoodProperty agent

Local information

  • Court Street is located in the centre of the hugely popular Cotswolds village of Sherston with outstanding, uninterrupted views to the South-West. Positioned in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the property benefits from the pretty, undulating rural scenery and a wonderful network of local walks, whilst also enjoying all the benefits of a thriving village with its highly regarded pub (The Rattlebone), excellent village shop and post office, wine shop, primary school and doctors' surgery.
  • The prosperous towns of Tetbury and Malmesbury are nearby with Cirencester, Bath, Chippenham and Bristol only a little further afield. Tetbury is a desirable and traditional market town well known for its 17th and 18th Century architecture. Although the town is noted for its antiques and boutique shops, there are a wide range of shopping facilities including a delicatessen, bakery, butcher and two supermarkets. There are a number of restaurants and cafés.
  • Malmesbury is increasingly popular and regarded for its historic Abbey. There is a good range of everyday shops and services including a bakery, butcher, hardware store and home department store. Waitrose offers supermarket shopping with the associated services of the John Lewis Partnership.
  • The larger regional centres of Bath and Bristol are nearby and provide a more extensive range of services, shopping and recreational facilities.
  • Sherston is conveniently located with access to the M4 motorway at Junctions 17 and 18, which provide access to London and Heathrow Airport as well as Bristol and its international airport. The M4 links with the M5 motorway for the West Country and the North.
  • Train stations at Kemble and Chippenham provide direct train services to London Paddington on the recently upgraded section of the rail network.
  • The local area offers an abundant range of activities, sporting events and recreational opportunities, and a large variety of village pubs, restaurants and hotels, including nearby Whatley Manor Hotel and Calcot Manor Hotel & Spa.
  • For those with equestrian interests there is: Polo at the Beaufort Polo Club (Westonbirt) and Cirencester Park Polo Club, Hunting with The Duke of Beaufort's Hunt, international Horse Trials at Badminton Park and Gatcombe Park, Horse Racing at Bath and Cheltenham.
  • Other recreational pursuits include;;Golf at Westonbirt (pay&play) and at Minchinhampton Golf Club; Sailing at the Cotswold Water Park; Swimming and Gymnasium at Westonbirt School Sports Hall; Motor Racing at Castle Combe circuit. There is an enthusiastic village cricket league and football league of which Sherston is an important part. Bath, Bristol and Gloucester are home to premiershipl Rugby.
  • The National Arboretum at Westonbirt is a wonderful attraction and hosts a variety of excellent events throughout the spring, summer and autumn; from spring colours and open-air summer concerts to tours of the autumn colours and the “Enchanted Christmas” illuminations.
  • Aside from Sherston's highly regarded primary school, the area is well reputed for its prep and public schools. These include: Beaudesert Park, Westonbirt, Pinewood, Cheltenham Ladies' College, Cheltenham College, St Mary's School at Calne and Marlborough College. Bath and Bristol also offer a range of excellent private and grammar schools and the surrounding villages also have well attended primary schools.

Additional information

  • Malmesbury 6 miles, Tetbury 7 miles, Chippenham Station 10 miles, Bath 19 miles,Cirencester 20 miles, Bristol Airport 30 miles.
  • EPC Rating = F