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Coulston, Westbury

£400,000 | Sold STC | 3 bedroom(s)


  • Rural position
  • Double glazing
  • Wood burner
  • Large boot room
  • Wet room
  • Three generous bedrooms
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Coulston, Westbury

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DESCRIPTION Benefits of the property include oil fired central heating to radiators complemented by sealed unit double glazing and the more traditional feature of a wood burner in the sitting room. The kitchen/dining room is of an exceptional size and noteworthy is the large boot room/utility room with a full shower wet room adjoining.

GROUND FLOOR Hallway with storage cupboard. Study. Sitting room with ornate wood-burning stove set into fireplace, sliding patio doors opening to garden. Kitchen/Dining room - nicely appointed with a comprehensive range of floor and wall units, sink unit, space and plumbing for appliances. Under stair storage cupboard. Utility/boot room with sink unit, space and plumbing for appliances, oil fired central heating boiler. Wet room with WC shower and basin.

FIRST FLOOR Landing with access to loft space, airing cupboard containing hot water cylinder.
Bathroom with bath, basin and WC Three generous bedrooms, with the main bedroom having a comprehensive range of fitted wardrobes and cupboards.

OUTSIDE The extensive and varied garden comprises generous parking and turning space in front of the large workshop/garage. The remainder of the garden comprises lawns, flowerbeds, fruit trees and a profusion of flowering shrubs plants and trees.

DIRECTIONS From Devizes proceed on the A360 Salisbury road for approximately two miles to the village of Potterne, turning right in the centre of the village up Court Hill towards Worton. Pass through the village of Worton and upon exiting the village turn left, keeping on this road passing through Marston for a further mile and a half to the village of Coulston.As you drive down the road through the village, the house is the penultimate one on the left before passing under the railway bridge.
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