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image  Rear of George Street, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12

image ££149,950 Guide

image 1 Bedroom
image 1 Reception
image 1 Bathroom
image For Sale (Freehold)


 Detached Older Style Bungalow
 Centrally Located In This Quiet BackwaterEntrance Hall
 Sitting Room
 Ensuite Bathroom
 Allocated Parking & Small Sitting Area
 Gas Fired Central Heating & Upvc Double Glazing

Property Description

DESCRIPTION This older style detached bungalow benefits from gas fired central heating and Upvc double glazing. The accommodation comprises entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, kitchen, bedroom with ensuite bathroom, small sitting area and allocated parking space.

OUTSIDE The property is approached over a parking space with access through a gate with steps leading down to a sitting area with some shrub and flower borders. Further access leads to the front door with pretty shrub borders.

LOCATION The property is centrally located in a quiet backwater of the town. Warminster offers a wide range of shopping and leisure facilities to include library, sports centre, swimming pool, schools, churches, doctors' and dentists' surgeries, hospital and post office. Warminster also benefits from a main line railway station to London Waterloo whilst the nearby A303 provides excellent road links to London to the east and Exeter to the west. Local attractions include Longleat House and Safari Park, Shearwater Lake, Stourhead and Salisbury Plain.

SITTING ROOM 19' 5" x 9' 10" (5.93m x 3.02m)

KITCHEN 10' 0" x 8' 1" (3.06m x 2.47m)

BEDROOM 10' 0" x 9' 2" (3.06m x 2.81m)

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