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Church Holding is a glorious four bedroom ‘Wiltshire Long House’, with gardens of just under 0.75 of an acre, on a no-through road in the popular Pewsey Vale village of Etchilhampton. This flexible family home with annex potential and offers four reception rooms on the ground floor: a dual aspect sitting room with woodburner set in an inglenook fireplace and french windows leading to a paved terrace with gardens beyond; dining room, again with woodburning stove set in an inglenook fireplace; a well-appointed triple aspect kitchen with adjacent modern utility room. At the other end of the house there is a study/bedroom 5 with another inglenook fireplace and views over the front garden. A single storey extension, built in 2000, houses a large and light family room that leads through to a fabulous conservatory with doors to the terrace, a second kitchen/utility area and a bathroom. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, three of which have their own marble basins. Fitted storage is plentiful both within the bedrooms and along the connecting corridor. There is also a family bathroom. A rather lovely addendum to the description is that the local thatcher used hazel from the garden on the roof when it was re-ridged in 2014.
This lovely country home enjoys a wonderful setting in the heart of this prime Wiltshire village. The Pewsey Vale is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is set between the Marlborough Downs and Salisbury Plain. The market towns of Devizes (3 miles), Pewsey (6 miles) and Marlborough (10 miles) offer a wide range of amenities. Rail services to London Paddington are from Pewsey, the M4 lies to the north and the A303/M3 to the south. Bath, Swindon and Salisbury all lie within a 25 mile radius. There are good local schools including Dauntsey’s and St Mary’s Calne.
The gardens and grounds are a particular feature of this wonderful home. The front garden is a typical cottage garden, with well established herbaceous borders, vegetable beds, and a number of fruit trees including plum, apple and quince. The rear gardens are laid mainly to lawn with a delightful mix of mature trees including walnut, damson, plum and mulberry. There is also a large paved terrace perfect for outside entertaining, together with wood store, Garden Room/office and potting shed which could provide further accommodation subject to consents. To the front of the property there is plenty of off-road parking, a carport and a double garage.
The cottage is not listed.
Light and Airy Property with Many Charming Period Features
Sought After Village Location
Gardens and Grounds in the Region of Three Quarters of an Acre
No Onward Chain
Mainline Station approx 15 mins
No Through Road
4 Reception Rooms
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