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Vicory House is an attractive stone built, detached former vicarage situated in the heart of the village, next to the church and set within just under half an acre of gardens. This impressive family home comprises three reception rooms off the reception hall. The double aspect sitting room has a wood-burner set in the fireplace. The dining room and double aspect family room also have attractive fireplaces and an open aspect over the garden through the stone mullion windows. The well-fitted kitchen/breakfast room is double aspect with an open view towards the village church and ample room for a breakfast table. In addition there is a separate pantry and a useful back hall area with ‘gardener’s loo’ and practical utility room which includes a sink and drainer, plumbing for appliances and the central heating boiler. The first floor landing gives access to all of the four double bedrooms, three of which have ornamental fireplaces. The master bedroom is double aspect with a luxurious en-suite with his and hers basins. The family bathroom is equally well fitted.
This popular North Wiltshire village has a thriving community including a primary school, church and village hall with recreation ground, tennis court, children’s playground and croquet club. Kington Langley is renowned locally for its annual scarecrow festival in June. It lies conveniently close to Chippenham; a thriving market town with well-regarded secondary schools, weekly market and comprehensive amenities including leisure centre, library and restaurants. There is also a high speed rail link to London Paddington (75 minutes). Junction 17 of the M4 motorway lies two miles north. The Georgian City of Bath (15 miles) offers some of the finest shopping and dining outside of London and is world renowned for its architecture and culture.
The house is approached via a sweeping drive across the front of the house to a large parking area and a single garage. The enclosed gardens are predominantly arranged to the rear with formal lawns. A well-stocked cottage-style herbaceous border wraps around the lawn sheltering a west-facing patio area with summer house with power and lighting-perfect for relaxing and al fresco entertaining. There is a small kitchen garden area with mature apple tree with children’s climbing frame under.
Services: All mains connected. Council Tax Band G.
Full planning permission granted 07/07/17 Wiltshire Council ref: 17/04650/FUL
Impressive Family Home
Well Proportioned Accommodation
3 Reception Rooms
Fabulous Kitchen Breakfast
Gardens Parking and Garage
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