- Lovely position and outlook
- 4 bedrooms
- 3 bath/shower rooms
- 3 reception rooms
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Separate utility room
- Detached double garage
- Driveway parking
- walking distance to train station
- Video available on request
A well presented and spacious four bedroom detached family house located within half a mile of the railway station and village shops. Several of the rooms are double aspect making the house lovely and light. The property occupies an elevated position with generous parking and a double garage. Internally, the welcoming reception hall leads to a kitchen/breakfast room, dining room and sitting room with a large conservatory beyond leading to the garden. Also on the ground floor there is a cloakroom which has been enlarged to create a downstairs wet room and a utility room with a door to the outside. The first floor offers four good bedrooms with three having fitted wardrobes. There is a family bathroom and an en-suite shower room to the main bedroom.
Outside, the property is approached over a drive providing parking for two good sized cars in front of the double garage. Gates around either side of the house in to the back garden. There is a paved terrace directly outside the conservatory with a path leading to a pedestrian door in to the garage. Behind the garage there is an area of decking. There is a timber shed and mature shrub borders.
Pewsey is a large village that is well-served by a range of local shops and amenities as well as Pewsey Vale Secondary and St. Francis Prep School. The village has the advantage of a rail station with a service to London Paddington in just over an hour. The market towns of Marlborough, Hungerford and Devizes are close by whilst the larger centres of Salisbury, Andover Newbury and Swindon are within easy reach. The M4 motorway lies to the North with the A303 (M3) to the South. The surrounding countryside in the Vale of Pewsey, which has its own White Horse, is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty and still contains may unspoilt traditional Wiltshire villages. The Kennet and Avon canal runs close by.
Wiltshire Council, Band E
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