Front elevation

To Let

(Available from January 2018)

Chippenham (Paddington 1 hr 10 mins) 4.5 miles Bath (Paddington 1 hr 20 mins) 14 miles

M4 J.17 (Chippenham) 10 miles M4 J.16 (Wootton Bassett) 20 miles M4 J.15 (Swindon) 26 miles

Nineteenth Century cottage in unspoiled terrace built orginally for Estate workers and retainers. Within easy walking distance of town centre amenities, this attractive property has a front and rear garden. The property lies within a conservation area.

Living room, Dining room, Kitchen, 3 Beds, Bathroom, Gardens. Off-road parking. Gas Fired Central Heating.


Leave Chippenham on the west bound A4 travelling towards Corsham and Bath. On reaching Corsham, turn left at the Cross Keys traffic lights. At the roundabout, turn right into Priory Street where number 32 will be found on the right in the second terrace of Estate cottages.


An attractive cottage in this sought after street with regular bus services to Bath and Chippenham stopping nearby. Good local shopping, sporting and schooling facilities in Corsham and Chippenham, with more comprehensive amenities available in Bath and Swindon, which are both within convenient travelling distance.


32 Priory Street was built in the latter part of the Nineteenth Century, as one of 28 cottages reserved for Estate workers and their families, by the Second Baron Methuen. The three consecutive terraces retain many original features and each property is spacious by modern standards. 32 Priory Street benefits from off-road parking and there is usually space nearby to park another vehicle on the roadside. The spacious living room has a stripped pine floor and there are fitted carpets on the stairs, landing and in each of the bedrooms. The interior is light and bright, being spacious by modern standards.



Front porch: leading to front door and inner lobby.
Living room: 4.10 x 4.45m into south-facing bay window. Radiator. Original sanded and sealed pine boarded floor. Generous understairs cupboard. TV point.
Dining room: 3.55 x 3.00m. Radiator. Original quarry tiled floor. Built-in storage cupboards with shelving. Telephone point. Large pantry off with combination boiler and plumbing for an automatic washing machine.
Kitchen: (gally type) with range of attractive fitted base and wall units (incl. built-in electric oven and hob) and plumbing for a dishwasher. Door leads to enclosed back yard.
Bathroom: comprising matching white suite of bath (with shower over), wc and wash hand basin. Radiator.


Bedroom 1: 3.95 x 2.65m having attractive south facing window. Radiator. Tv point. Alcove for wardrobe. Attractive Victorian fire surround (not working).
Bedroom 2: 2.40 x 3.95m. Radiator. Tv point. Attractive Victorian fire surround (not working).
Bedroom 3: 2.40 x 2.95m. Radiator. Tv point.


Front garden laid mainly to lawn. Path shared with next door. Small enclosed back yard leading (over shared access drive) to further garden behind the property with parking space for one car.


Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage. Telephone connection subject to BT regulations. Tv and/or satelite services subject to separate agreement with service provider(s).


All outgoings will be payable by the tenant. For Council Tax purposes, the property has been scheduled in Band B (2017/18 annual Council Tax payable £1,341.63)


Energy efficiency and CO2 ratings


The property is available to let unfurnished for an initial term of 6 months certain (may be extended subject to mutual agreement of parties) at a rent of £9,600 per annum payable calendar monthly in advance. A deposit will also be required in the sum of £1000.


The Corsham Estate gives notice that:

~These particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute part of any contract

~No person employed by the Corsham Estate has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to the property

~No responsibility can be accepted for expenses incurred by prospective tenants in inspecting property which has been let or withdrawn

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