Nidd cottage is a very handsome detached country home that has been extended to provide comfortable family accommodation, yet still retaining the character of the original house. The house occupies a delightful rural setting in the small hamlet of Hawkstreet which lies on the edge of the village of Bromham.
The accommodation faces south-east at the front and enjoys open views across farmland and beyond towards Roundway Down and offers flexibility in its arrangement.
You are greeted by an entrance porch and reception hall, delightful bay fronted sitting room which has an open fire, separate dining room and a well fitted kitchen/breakfast room.
A rear hallway provides access to the annex which has a sitting room and a double bedroom with an adjoining wet room, perfect for accommodating a dependent relative, teenager or you can just Incorporate it into the main accommodation.
On the first floor are four double bedrooms, three with fitted wardrobes and cupboards and two with vanity wash basins. The principal bathroom has both a bath and shower and there is an adjoining utility room.
The delightful south-east facing gardens are situated mainly to the front and side and enjoy a fine rural outlook. A private lane at the side of the house leads to the driveway which provides very generous parking and turning space and access to the detached double garage.
Warmed by oil fired central heating and the more traditional feature of an open fire and enhanced by double glazing. A truly lovely home of character in a idyllic rural setting, yet close to civilisation
Bromham is a sought-after village with an excellent selection of local facilities. This includes St. Nicholas church, which is the resting place for the Irish poet Thomas Moore, and features a William Morris stained glass window. Within walking distance of Hawk Street are The Greyhound village inn, butchers, playground and post office/general stores. There is an excellent primary school and nursery in the village and others to choose from nearby. There are several village societies, a thriving social club and an annual carnival. With lots of unspoiled countryside to explore, a special place in which to live. The historic old market town of Devizes lies c.4 miles away and the larger town of Chippenham with its mainline railway station to London (Paddington) and junction 17 of the M4 motorway is a short drive away.