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Located in the village of East Chisenbury with far reaching views over countryside and the River Avon, stands this quintessential 17th century thatched cottage. This enchanting property has been sympathetically modernised and decorated in heritage colours which highlight the inherent character features including exposed timbers and brickwork. The cottage is light and airy and its L shaped layout mean that most of the rooms overlook the garden and enjoy a sunny aspect.
The accommodation flows seamlessly from room to room and starts from the welcoming entrance hall which opens into a sitting room with focal fireplace and French doors to outside. Beyond here lies the dining room with wood burning stove and offers ample entertaining space and stairs from here ascend to the first floor. The kitchen/breakfast room is beautifully light with light painted cupboards, central island, breakfast bar and beautiful AGA. Furthermore a door opens to the outside and there is a useful cellar which is currenlty used as a utility room.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Of particular note is the master bedroom with Juliet balcony which has stunning views over the River Avon and benefits from an ensuite shower room.
All these factors combined with the style and finish make this a most appealing cottage.
The popular village of East Chisenbury lies to the south of Upavon where there are good local amenities including a shop, a post office, and 2 public houses. Of particular note is the highly regarded and Michelin starred Red Lion Public House within the village itself. Pewsey is 6 miles to the north offering a wider range of shops and amenities, together with a railway station with services to London Paddington. The historic market town of Marlborough is about 13 miles to the North where a more comprehensive range of shops and eateries can be found.
The garden is a particulary appealing feature and it has been beautifully maintained to create an enjoyable space to entertain or simply take in the view. Well stocked colourful borders, gravel paths and a paved sun terrace make it all the more interesting. To the side of the cottage there is a gravel drive with parking for two cars and a timber shed.
Services: Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating. Septic tank.
Master Bedroom with Ensuite Shower Room
2 Further Bedrooms
Pretty Gardens and Parking
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