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Set in beautiful gardens of just under an acre in the Vale of Pewsey, with views to the front and rear stands this most attractive double fronted detached Georgian house. The property has only had three owners and the current family
have been in residence for over 40 years. This handsome house boasts a traditional layout with wonderful tall ceilings and two main reception rooms to the front and glazed French doors to the veranda and windows to the side overlooking the gardens; both feature fireplaces have cast
iron surrounds. The rear and main entrance hall forms the centre of the property and stairs from here ascend to the first floor. The breakfast room has an AGA and is ideal for dining or relaxing with steps down to a fitted kitchen which has a door to the rear courtyard. Off the other side of the hallway there are steps down to a useful utility room which connects through to a wonderful dual aspect study which providesaccess to a back porch to the outside and a gardeners wc.
The first floor is accessed off a split staircase with one-side leading to a guest bedroom with en-suite shower room at the back of the house and off the other three generous bedrooms and a family bathroom. There are cupboards galore and
fabulous views over the grounds and beyond from the large window openings.
Located close to the village of Pewsey which is quickly becoming one of the most popular areas in Wiltshire. The village offers excellent local amenities including a supermarket, pharmacy, doctor’s surgery, sports centre, tennis club and several pubs. The historic market towns of Marlborough, Devizes and Hungerford are close by, whilst the larger centres of Salisbury, Andover, Newbury and Swindon are within easy travelling distance. There are excellent local schools in the area, with St John’s Academy, Marlborough College, Dauntsey’s and St. Francis Prep all nearby. It is in an Area of Outstanding Beauty situated very close the Kennet & Avon canal, which has been developed as a popular heritage tourism destination for boating, canoeing, fishing, walking and cycling. There are direct train services to London Paddington and the South West from Pewsey Station, and the M4 (junction 15) about 15 miles north, and the A303 (M3) is about 14 miles to the south.
The property is approached up a gravel driveway where there is ample parking for several vehicles and leads to a double garage. The gardens are a particular feature of this wonderful home,
they extend to about 0.9 acres with fully stocked borders and neat lawns and there is an enclosed vegetable garden with mature hedgerows and brick walls. Clipped Yew and Beech hedges provide shape and form and many mature trees provide shade and light. Within the garden there is a
sweet little outbuilding with wood burner, a brick built work shop and adjoining the garage a studio perfect as a hobbies room which enjoys light and power. Off the back of the house there is an enclosed courtyard which can be accessed from
the house and is ideal for al fresco dining. There is a useful workshop with sink and a passageway which links back to the drive. A large paved sun terrace makes an ideal spot from which to take in the garden and surroundings. All these factors combined make this a most appealing country abode.
Mains water and electricity. Septic tank. Oil fired AGA. Air source heat pump for central heating. Solar panels for hot water and electricity.
Entrance Hall | Dining Room |Sitting Room | Kitchen | Breakfast Room| Utility Room | Study | Cloakroom | 4 Bedroom (1 Ensuite) | Family Bathroom |Workshop | Shed | Study | Double Garage
| Gardens Of About An Acre
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