DESCRIPTION This is an impressive example of a late Victorian former vicarage believed to have been built around 1880. The property enjoys large west facing formal gardens, with ample parking, garaging and workshop facilities, accessed via a gated gravelled driveway. The property had a portion sectioned off towards the later half of last century, but the Old Vicarage retained most of the principle rooms including an impressive entrance hall, grand staircase and galleried landing. The remainder of the property enjoys much of its original character and charm including lovely high ceilings with cornicing's, panelled windows and open fireplaces. The accommodation offers an entrance porch, reception hall, sitting room, drawing room, kitchen/dining room, breakfast room, utility room, rear hallway and WC. On the first floor there is an open galleried landing, four spacious double bedrooms, with an en suite shower room and a family bathroom.
OUTSIDE The property can be accessed via a stone pillared gateway which also gives access to the neighbouring property which was believed to have been the servants quarters. There is a gravelled driveway leading to the detached double garage which has an up and over door to the front and both power and lighting. From here there is a further five bar gate leading into the rear garden. The rear garden has been very well tended over the years, the top section made up of formal lawned areas and a central stone edged pond with box hedge edged pathways and established flower, shrub and rose beds. There are also a number of mature trees and well trimmed ornamental conifers and some established beech hedging sectioning off the bottom end of the garden. There is also a good sized wooden workshop with power and light. The rear end of the garden is largely uncultivated and leads down to a stream at the far end. There are a number of raised beds with flint gravel pathways between and some further mature trees.
LOCATION The town of Westbury offers a wide range of shopping and leisure facilities with library, sports centre, swimming pool, school, churches, doctors and dentist surgeries and post office. Westbury also benefits from a train station with main line to London Paddington and the local commuter service to Bath, whilst the nearby A350, A36, A303 and M4 provides excellent road links to London, Bath, Salisbury, Winchester and Exeter. Local attractions include Westbury White Horse, Longleat House and Safari Park, Shearwater Lake, Stourhead and Salisbury Plain.
RECEPTION HALL 15' 6" x 9' 10" (4.73m x 3.01m)
SITTING ROOM 19' 1" x 15' 10" (5.84m x 4.83m)
DRAWING ROOM 24' 3" x 19' 3" (7.41m x 5.89m)
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM 19' 10" x 14' 0" (6.05m x 4.28m)
BREAKFAST ROOM/STUDY 13' 1" x 10' 9" (4m x 3.3m)
PANTRY 9' 1" x 7' 7" (2.78m x 2.33m)
OPEN LANDING 15' 1" x 13' 0" (4.62m x 3.98m)
BEDROOM ONE 17' 11" x 13' 11" (5.48m x 4.26m)
ENSUITE 9' 2" x 6' 5" (2.81m x 1.96m)
BEDROOM TWO 15' 10" x 13' 10" (4.84m x 4.24m)
BEDROOM THREE 14' 0" x 14' 0" (4.29m x 4.28m)
BEDROOM FOUR 13' 1" x 10' 0" (4m x 3.07m)
BATHROOM 10' 0" x 8' 0" (3.05m x 2.46m)
GARAGE 20' 9" x 16' 11" (6.33m x 5.18m)
WORKSHOP 11' 6" x 13' 6" (3.52m x 4.12m)
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