An iconic detached Grade II Listed period home which occupies a commanding position in the heart of Bradford on Avon. Beautifully presented throughout, the property is bursting with character features and presents a superb opportunity to purchase a unique slice of the town's charming history. Read more
An iconic detached Grade II Listed period home which occupies a commanding position in the heart of Bradford on Avon. Beautifully presented throughout, the property is bursting with character features and presents a superb opportunity to purchase a unique slice of the towns charming history. A quintessential postcard cottage, the property would suit a buyer looking for a solid buy to let investment with the pedigree to run as a captivating holiday rental, perhaps a second home, or an owner occupier with a yearning for yesteryear. The property is elevated from the road and once inside you will discover; inviting entrance hall, smartly fitted kitchen, impressive lounge/diner with two sets of gorgeous feature windows that flood the room with light, ground floor bathroom which has a luxurious feel and two double bedrooms, one of which has the added benefit of an en suite Saniflo W.C. Externally the property is well detached with two distinct areas of outside space, a more formal garden to the side which has a delightful decked area, the perfect spot to relax with a good book and a glass of wine whilst enjoying the sunny orientation and a second at the other end of the cottage, which offers potential to enhance further, affording a fine view from the elevated area towards the town. You won't find another like it making it all the more special, early viewing essential.
The property occupies a fantastic and central position within the heart of Bradford on Avon, a short walk from the wide range of independent shops and local cafes. Highly regarded restaurants and public houses, such as The Weaving Shed, Ravellos Italian and Timbrells Yard can be found nearby, as well as other useful amenities such as a the town library, doctors surgery and swimming pool. The railway station also provides direct services to Bath, Bristol, Salisbury and London Waterloo and is a stroll from the front door. There are lovely walks nearby or if you prefer, wonderful cycle rides courtesy of the Kennet & Avon Canal.
*AGENTS NOTE* To alleviate any concerns if you've not had previous experience of owning a thatched cottage, the owner has agreed for two thatcher's to carry out a survey of the roof prior to purchase and is happy to pay for any works highlighted as a result of the inspections. The property is situated on an active road and doesn't have designated parking. There is an unrestricted space at the front of the cottage where the owner currently keeps his vehicle and on street parking is available nearby in Newtown, along with other permit parking, more information of which can be found by contacting our office.
Property at a glance
GORGEOUS DETACHED GRADE II LISTED PERIOD HOME OCCUPYING A CENTRAL LOCATION
TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS, ONE WITH EN SUITE W.C
BURSTING WITH CHARACTER FEATURES
NO ONWARD CHAIN
A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A SLICE OF BRADFORD ON AVON'S CHARMING HISTORY
GAS CENTRAL HEATING
DELIGHTFUL GARDENS WHICH TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE SUNNY ORIENTATION