2 Bedroom Character Property For Sale
Martins Road, Keevil, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA14 6NA
Sold STC

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Key Features

  • Grade II listed thatched cottage
  • Retaining plenty of period features
  • Highly desirable village location
  • Quiet position
  • Sitting / Dining room with wood burner
  • Kitchen
  • Downstairs bathroom
  • Magnificent rear garden
  • Backing on to farmland
  • Incredible countryside views


This wonderful Grade II listed thatched cottage is located in a highly sought after village location. Tucked away in a quiet position and retaining an abundance of period features, this romantic home is an absolute dream. The current owner has really thought things through and has very much improved this cottage over the years so you could just move in and not have to lift a finger.
Down the path and through the front stable door there is a stunning sitting / dining room with flagstone floors, exposed beams and a fireplace with a wood burning stove which heats the whole cottage in the winter. A good sized kitchen and a downstairs bathroom. Upstairs there are two bedrooms one of which is currently being used as a home office / dressing room.

Outside and to the rear is a magnificent, well established and very impressive garden, with many private areas to entertain guests and alfresco dining. The views of open countryside at the bottom of the garden are superb and a tribute to this beautiful cottage and its owners over the years.

All in all, a very desirable period property in a magnificent position.


Located in the heart of this picturesque village hidden away just off of Martins Road, there are open rural views to the countryside. Keevil has a very highly regarded primary school in addition to a church, sought after schools such as Dauntsey's and Stonar are nearby. Links are good with easy access to Trowbridge and Westbury, which has a mainline station running to London in under 90 minutes. The Georgian City of Bath (approximately 14 miles) boasts a wide range of amenities, sports and recreational interests. Being a World Heritage City the facilities are some of the best on offer outside of London and add to the appeal of the setting, which contrasts with fabulous rural walks through the surrounding Wiltshire countryside.

Tenure: Freehold
Local Authority: Wiltshire Council
Council Tax Band: B
Mains water, drainage and electricity.
Oil fired central heating

Room measurements below:

Sitting / dining room 15' 9'' x 16' 8'' (4.79m x 5.07m)
Kitchen 6' 10'' x 17' 5'' (2.08m x 5.31m)
Bedroom one 6' 7'' x 16' 10'' (2.01m x 5.14m)
Bedroom two 7' 9'' x 13' 8'' (2.37m x 4.17m)

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