Stradbrook, Bratton, Wiltshire, BA13


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
*** NO ONWARD CHAIN *** We are excited to offer for sale this large and extended three bedroom 18th Century cottage, situated in the sought after village of Bratton. This beautiful home has large rooms, scenic views, a garage and parking. There is also further scope for improvement and extension.


Bratton is a village and a civil parish. Until 1892 it formed part of the ancient parish of Westbury. Bratton has a long history and you can still see the earthworks of the Iron age hill fort and it still has the court house used by Judge Jeffreys during Monmouth's Rebellion. It is home to over 900 residents and has a thriving community of clubs, societies and social groups with three community halls. The village also has to offer St James Church, Baptist Chapel, pub, village shop, primary school and a doctors surgery.


Town & Country Estates are delighted to offer for sale with no onward chain this large three bedroom property originally built in the 1700s and extended in 1995 to a very high standard.

This property comes with beautiful scenic views and lots of potential to improve and further extend the living accommodation. On the ground floor of this lovely cottage there is an entrance hall with coal store and storage cupboard, cloakroom, massive lounge, kitchen / diner and very large workshop with doors on to the rear garden which has potential to be easily converted into an extra living space. The first floor comprises of three large bedrooms and a wet room. Externally there are beautiful mature front and rear gardens with stunning countryside views as well as a clear chalk stream attracting all sorts of wildlife including kingfishers, providing a garden of peace and tranquillity. To the front there is a large garage and driveway parking for two cars.


You enter the property through a wooden stable style door into the long entrance hall. In the entrance hall there is tiled flooring, a radiator, period brick and stone features and doors to the lounge, cloakroom, workshop and the rear garden. There is also a large coal store and storage cupboard.


The downstairs cloakroom has tiled flooring, a window to the rear, radiator, a close coupled W.C and pedestal wash hand basin.


5.4 x 3.8 (17'9 x 12'6 )

The large and versatile workshop constructed in 1995 to an extremely high standard already has power and light and provides excellent opportunity to easily create a further reception room or kitchen with its doors that open onto the patio area and beautiful views.


6.24 x 4.27 (20'6 x 14'0 )

This spacious living room is over 20ft in length! There are two windows to the front and one to the rear, two radiators, an open fireplace, stairs to the first floor with storage under and a door to the kitchen / diner.


4.34 x 3.7 (14'3 x 12'2 )

This kitchen / dining area has a range of matching wall and base units with roll top work surfaces with spaces for a cooker, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge/freezer. There are windows to the rear and side, a door to the rear garden and a door to a large pantry or storage cupboard.


The first floor landing provide access to the shower room, all bedrooms and an airing cupboard. There is also loft access and a radiator.


4.34 x 3.7 (14'3 x 12'2 )

The master bedroom has a large window to the rear providing idyllic views, a window to the side and a radiator.


4.24 x 2.44 ( to wardrobes) (13'11 x 8'0 ( to wardrobes))

Bedroom two has windows to the front and back, a radiator and a range of built in wardrobes.


4.27 x 2.56 (14'0 x 8'5 )

The third bedroom also has windows to the front and rear. There is also a radiator, loft storage space and an internal door to the garage.


In the shower / wet room there is a window, radiator, wash hand basis inset into vanity unit and a close coupled W.C.



5.41 x 3.80 (17'9 x 12'6 )

The much larger than average garage has power, light, a window to the side, eves storage and wooden folding doors to the front.


To the front of the garage there is a block paved driveway which provides off road parking for two cars.


The mature front gardens are enclosed by walling and hedging. There is a path leading to the front of the property, side access to the rear garden and a range of mature shrubs, plants and trees.


To the rear of the property there is a large patio entertaining area, raised beds with various trees and shrubs and a lawn split with a beautiful and tranquil clear chalk stream. From the rear of the property there are also the most beautiful and relaxing views across open fields, a brick built storage shed and storage under the property.


Council Tax Band C


From Westbury High Street turn right onto Edward Street, at the T-junction turn left onto Bratton Road B3098, Then turn right onto Stradbrook.

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