GUIDE PRICE £550,000 - £575,000. A unique opportunity to purchase an extended 4 double bedroom period home situated in the Hamlet of Old Dilton that nestles between Warminster and Westbury and looks out towards St Marys Church, local woodland and fields. VIRTUAL VIDEO AVAILABLE. Read more
GUIDE PRICE £550,000 - £575,000. A unique opportunity to purchase an extended 4 double bedroom period home situated in the Hamlet of Old Dilton that nestles between Warminster and Westbury and looks out towards St Marys Church, local woodland and fields. VIRTUAL VIDEO AVAILABLE.
This 4 bedroom detached period home sits within the well regarded hamlet of Old Dilton within a small number of homes, farms and a 14th Century church which is infrequently used and is now managed by the Churches Conservation Trust.
Both Warminster & Westbury offer a good range of amenities and facilities including leisure, schools and shopping and both have mainline railway stations together with a halt station at Dilton Marsh (Salisbury Branch Line). The cities of Bath and Salisbury are both within a 50 minute drive.
The split-level accommodation provides an entrance hall with cloaks/utility room off, an 18ft kitchen/breakfast room with an adjoining larder and French doors to the dual aspect dining room. Further reception rooms include a 20ft sitting room with an open fire, beamed ceiling and French doors out onto the rear garden and a cosy snug.
The bedrooms are well spaced out and enjoy attractive village views, with the main bedroom benefitting a dressing room and an en-suite shower room. A family bathroom serves the remaining bedrooms.
The property also benefits oil central heating, PVCu double glazing and to the outside generous gated driveway parking leading to the detached 19ft double garage and a mature rear garden backing onto woodland and laid mainly to lawn with planted beds, mature trees and a sizeable and sheltered patio area in front of the French doors to the sitting room.
Westbury is a small market town to the far west of Wiltshire sitting equally between the larger towns of Warminster and the county town of Trowbridge. The location of the town is well positioned for commuters to Bath, Salisbury, Bristol, Reading and even direct to London via its mainline train station. From the property it benefits easy and direct access to the local countryside, Imber Path on the Salisbury Plain and the historical Westbury White Horse nearby.