The Street, Cherhill

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5

Believed to be dating back to circa 1750, this beautifully finished, charming and delightful character cottage epitomises the 'Chocolate Box' style without compromising on modern necessities internally. With the original house extended firstly in the 1950s and then again in around 1982, the property offers a substantial yet flexible living space with a variety of modern touches made by the current owners in recent years to make for an ideal family choice. Improvements made include new kitchen, new en-suite bathroom, new oak front

and rear doors, oak kitchen and garden room doors, all of which are triple glazed. Soffits, facias and gutters all replaced in 2022 and exterior of house painted in 2021. The result is a beautifully presented home, ready to move straight into.

Walking in through the front door and into the large, light and airy hallway, the downstairs WC is located on the left. There is a dining room to the left off the hallway which opens into a study room. Further along is a lovely sitting room with feature fireplace and a separate sun room to the side and rear of the house. The kitchen is to the rear of the house and is open plan to another dining area with French doors opening onto patio and BBQ area. The modern kitchen has a range of units with integrated appliances, granite worktops, AGA and exposed beams. There is a large cellar space beneath kitchen.

Upstairs on first floor is master with en-suite, four further bedrooms and a separate family bathroom.

The property is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty and sits central in its 0.6 acre plot and of particular note are the delightful, well tended gardens which wrap around all sides of the property and is mainly laid to lawn with large patio terrace and a variety of mature trees, hedging and shrubs. There is a tennis court in the grounds.


The village is nestled on the edge of the Cherhill & Calstone Downs, a 128 hectare biological site of special scientific interest. The historic downs include an iron age fort, Victorian folly, chalk white horse and a monument. Cherhill is a highly popular village offering a school, a public house and a church. The village has a thriving community with a number of local clubs and groups. The Calstone Downs offer excellent walking and riding. It is close to a number of historic sites including Avebury and Silbury Hill. A more comprehensive range of amenities can be found in the towns of Marlborough (c. 10 miles), Devizes (c 6 miles) and Calne (c. 3 miles). Also within easy reach is the market town of Chippenham which has a mainline railway station (London Paddington) and excellent access to the motorway at Junction 17 and 14.

Property Information

Tenure: Freehold

Council Tax: Band G

EPC Rating: E

Services: Mains water, drainage and electricity are all connected. Oil fired central heating.

In a Conservation Area and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

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