St. Arilds Road, Didmarton, Badminton, Gloucestershire, GL9

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
1950's family home located in the very popular village of Didmarton, enjoying views towards the Duke of Beaufort Estate.

1950's family home located in the very popular village of Didmarton, enjoying views towards the Duke of Beaufort Estate.

Like it's immediate neighbours, the property was built by the local authority, most of the properties in this area are now privately owned.

The accommodation consists of an entrance hall with staircase to first floor, a sitting room with dual aspect over the front, a kitchen/breakfast room also with dual aspect, a cloakroom and a utility/store area with access to front and rear gardens.

At first floor level, bedrooms one and two are both good size doubles and bedroom three is a large single. There is a family bathroom with a modern white suite with separate shower cubicle.

The property has a front garden which is mainly laid to lawn with driveway parking for several cars. The rear garden is a good size too, overall the property sits on a generous plot and offers scope to extend if required.

This property is subject to a covenant under the 157 Housing Act 1985. This covenant is entered on the title of all homes originally sold under the Right to Buy Scheme in the Cotswold area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This is to ensure homes developed with public funding are retained by people with a local connection and who will live in the property as their only home. In accordance with the statute, consent is also needed if the property is to be let.

The village is situated between Badminton Park and Duke of Beaufort country and dates back to the 7th century. The adjoining countryside provides delightful walking and riding across footpaths and byways. There is an excellent village pub called the Kings Arms and local village store/garage with further shopping in Tetbury/Malmesbury. Didmarton falls within the catchment area for the Leighterton Primary School. The village is well placed for the M4 , junction 18 (8 miles), giving easy access to Bristol and Swindon. Kemble and Chippenham stations provide rail connections to London.

Within the local area are a number of places of interest including the world famous Westonbirt Arboretum with 18 thousand trees and shrubs in some 600 acres of beautiful landscaped grounds.

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