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A charming Grade ll Listed semi-detached two bedroom cottage which has been extended in a contemporary style providing light and well proportioned accommodation throughout, sympathetically mixing the old and new. There is a double height entrance hall with a wonderful glazed wall and ceiling with door to the garden, and a splendid central ash staircase, locally made by Marlborough Joinery. From here are to two reception rooms offering a wealth of character, including two lovely working fireplaces and the master bedroom which benefits from an en suite shower room. Off the first floor landing is a stunning kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a range bespoke units made from blackwood and pine, with space for a range style cooker, fridge/freezer and dishwasher, with triple wooden doors leading to the adjoining sun terrace. A large storage cupboard on the landing is a useful space for washing machine and dryer, with a second bedroom to the front of the house and a generous family bathroom. The renovations were carried out five years ago with the current owners subsequently redecorating.
Upavon is an unspoilt village in the heart of the Pewsey Vale. The village provides good local amenities including a shop and Post Office, public houses, a garage, a doctors surgery and a golf course. The nearby village of Rushall has a primary school. The small market town of Pewsey is about 4 miles to the north providing a wider range of shops and amenities together with a railway station with services to London Paddington (about 65 minutes). The old market town of Marlborough (about 10 miles), the city of Salisbury (about 16 miles) and the commercial centre of Andover (about 15 miles) are within easy striking distance. The M4 motorway lies to the north with the A303 (M3) to the south.
A path leads to the front of the property with the main garden lying to the rear. An attractive courtyard to the side has steps leading up to the garden and a wood store. There are French doors opening from the kitchen/breakfast room leading on to a large patio which in turn leads to enclosed gardens which are predominantly laid to lawn with a number of mature trees and shrubs and surrounding borders. To the rear of the garden there is driveway access where historically there was an old garage which has now been demolished and gives the possibility of parking up to three cars.
Stunning Double Height Entrance Hall
Master Bedroom with En suite Shower Room
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