Bratton Road, Westbury, Wiltshire, BA13


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  • Bedrooms: 3
This charming 16th Century, Grade II listed property offers a enviable blend of period character and modern high specification living. Notable benefits include a gorgeous Inglenook fireplace, Mullion window, orangery and renovated kitchen.


The property is conveniently located in a conservation area and within easy walking distance from the towns amenities, offering schools, churches, dentist, library, post offices and restaurants. Westbury has a range of shops, new health centre and leisure facilities that includes a sports centre and a delightful swimming pool whose building is reputed to be the oldest in the county. It has main rail links to London and the South West and regular bus service to Bath and Salisbury. Travelling by road to Salisbury, Bristol or Swindon, takes approximately one hour, making the location a desirable and a convenient commutable distance. This small medieval town of Westbury is famous for its chalk White Horse overlooking it on the extremity of Salisbury Plain.


This charming 16th Century, Grade II listed property offers a enviable blend of period character and modern high specification living, with a combination of gas central heating from a recently replaced boiler, under-floor heating and wood burner. Renovated and extended to an exceptional standard, the property retains many original features, including a gorgeous Inglenook fireplace, Mullion window in the living room and exposed beams in most areas of the original building. The extension offers an orangery, breakfast room and full wet room. Externally, there is driveway parking to the front, further secure parking through a bespoke wooden gate to the side and stunning landscaped gardens to the rear compliment this beautiful home. A viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the true character and feel of this delightful cottage.



A bespoke oak front door takes you through an entrance area with Mullion window, into the l6th century split level living room. There are two secondary glazed windows to the front and one obscure window to the side and stairs leading to the landing. A stunning Inglenook fireplace with log-burner is the focal point and ceiling beams with lovely patina gives a special feel to this fantastic room. At the far end is a little chimney space (currently not used). The living room benefits from a period style radiator, dimmer controlled wall up-lighters, a good number of double sockets and cable TV connection. A short passage with an additional radiator leads to the kitchen.


10'8 x 8'6 (3.25m x 2.59m)

The orangery has a lantern roof, three double glazed bi-folding doors opening out to fully to link the room with the sun terrace and garden views beyond. It has under-floor heating and ceramic tiled floor with dimmer controlled inset spotlights.


11'6 x 10'7 (3.51m x 3.23m)

This luxury kitchen has a secondary glazed window with blind to the front, a range of base and wall units with a pull-out larder cupboard, carousel unit, soft-closing draws and glass display cabinet, composite work surfaces, sink unit with mixer tap and attractive brick effect tiled splash backs, integrated dishwasher, space for an American style fridge freezer, plumbing for a washing machine, recess for a range cooker and a beamed ceiling with inset spotlights. The kitchen leads through to the breakfast room.


10'5 x 9'8 (3.18m x 2.95m)

The Breakfast room has large double glazed hardwood French doors opening up into the stone paved courtyard. A double glazed window to the rear and opening Velux ceiling window, ceramic tiled floor with under-floor heating, dimmer wall up-lighters, ceiling spotlights, many double sockets and a telephone point. Doors lead to the wet room and storage cupboard, housing a new combination boiler.


This luxury full wet room is attractively tiled and has feature mosaic tiling, there is a Velux window, white dual flush inset WC with stone shelf and basin with chrome mixer tap, recently replaced chrome mains shower with rainwater effect head and hand attachment, wall mounted mirror with built-in light, chrome heated towel rail, extractor fan and inset ceiling spotlights.


The first floor landing has a secondary glazed window and a feature exposed stone wall to the front, access to the loft space, exposed beams and attractive wooden doors to the bathroom and bedroom two and three.


13'0 x 7'8 (3.96m x 2.34m)

There is a window with secondary glazing to the front, exposed beams, two ceiling lights, original period fireplace, radiator and wardrobe recess.


9'9 x 9'0 (2.97m x 2.74m)

There is a window with secondary glazing to the rear, radiator and inset ceiling spotlights. This versatile room makes the ideal dressing room or nursery as it has direct access to bedroom one. However, with internal re-configuration, it could be separated to create individual access (subject to permission).


12'0 x 10'9 (3.66m x 3.28m)

The master bedroom has window with secondary glazing to the side and a Velux roof window to the rear, exposed wall and ceiling beams and build-in ceiling spotlights, TV point and radiator.


The gorgeous, modern bathroom benefits from a double ended panelled bath with centre mounted chrome mixer tap, built-in vanity cupboards with inset dual flush W.C, built-in wash hand basin with chrome tap, tiled splash backs, chrome heated towel rail, exposed beams, newly replaced flooring and an extractor fan.



The block-paved drive provides parking for two cars, there is a with gas operated retractable bollard and a bespoke hardwood gate through to courtyard and further secluded parking.


Stone paved courtyard to the side of the property extends through to the rear sun terrace and access to breakfast room. A secluded seating area has gated steps to the terraced rear garden. The sun terrace at the rear has access to the orangery and a barbecue area. A bespoke roofed hidden bin and log storage provides a useful addition.


This superb landscaped very attractively and comprises of areas leading from one to another. Well kept shrub and flower boarders link to a lawn area that has a wooded backdrop, with feature bridge. A work area and potting shed is situated near the properties own back boundary fence and views towards Bath can be seen from the top of this private garden. A lower stepping stone terrace is also well stocked with shrubs and perennials.


Council Tax Band - D

There is also power supply to the garden.


From the Town and Country Estates office on Haynes Road, turn right at T-junction at the top of the hill, the property can be found on the right.

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