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Built in the 1950s and set behind a privet hedge with parking to the front, is this 4 bedroom detached family house. The property has not been made available on the open market for over 45 years so is quite a find. Cedarwood offers well balanced accommodation with nice ceiling heights and lovely views to the rear over the former grass tennis court which is now landscaped gardens. From the entrance hall there are doors to the sitting room, with dual aspect; dining room and additional reception room. The kitchen is fitted with a range of units and offers scope to knock through into the adjoining breakfast room. There is a door to the side which leads to a boot room, toilet, store room and the garage.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property offers scope to extend subject to the necessary consents with the benefit of being located in this enviable location.
The historic Georgian market town with an attractive square, offers an excellent range of amenities including shops supermarkets, restaurants, a cinema, museum, leisure centre and a thriving weekly market and Farmers market and well regarded schools. Private schools in the locality include Dauntseys School (day and boarding) Marlborough College and St. Marys Calne. Devizes lies on the western edge of the North Wessex Downs. The unspoilt nature of the surrounding countryside makes it ideal for walking, riding and other country pursuits and there is excellent dog walking nearby in the local Drews Pond Woods.
Junction 16 of the M4 motorway is about 17 miles to the north with the M3 motorway via the A303 to the south. Rail service to London Paddington (approximately 1 hour) from Chippenham station, approx 12 miles or Pewsey. Local buses run to Swindon, Salisbury and Bath.
The front garden has pretty landscaped borders which flank the drive which offers parking for several cars and leads to a single attached garage. Gated access to the side leads to the impressive rear garden which used to be a grass tennis court and former clubhouse still stands within the grounds. The garden borders are part fenced and hedged and the plot extends to just under half an acre.
Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage.
Oil fired boiler and radiators and hot water.
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate