Guide Price £695,000 Available
  • Rural and convenient location
  • Three bedrooms, with potential for four bedrooms
  • Four reception rooms
  • Kitchen and separate utility room
  • Parking
  • Light accommodation with excellent proportions
  • Outbuilding with potential - subject to planning
  • Three bath/shower rooms
  • South facing gardens - approximately 0.22 acre plot
  • No onward chain

THE PROPERTY
This lovely period home has been extended from the original cottage with the addition of wings to both sides and a glazed garden room to the front. The property offers excellent proportions throughout with double aspect rooms including the sitting room and family/breakfast room. The Garden room to the front of the house provides a lovely light space from which to enjoy views over the garden, while beyond this, the reception hall provides a further informal sitting room. The ground floor also offers a kitchen open to the breakfast room, a utility room and a wet room shower/cloakroom.

Upstairs the main bedroom is double aspect with a delightful outlook, this large double room benefits from a generous shower room. The second bedroom is also a generous double room and has fitted storage and a sink. The remaining central bedroom was originally two bedrooms and could potentially be divided again. There is a family bathroom to the first floor.

GARDEN & GROUNDS
The property is approached over a driveway with a pedestrian gate in to the front garden. A further gate leads to the rear of the house and gives access to the door to the utility room door and to the attached workshop. To the front of the property there is also access to the detached outbuilding, currently providing garaging and storage space—this building is thatched and is in need of repair/replacement subject to planning. There is a further area of garden to the west of the house providing a sheltered afternoon suntrap.

SERVICES
Oil central heating. Mains electricity, water and drainage. Broadband, fibre to the cabinet, we are advised of a current speed of 20 MB.

WOODBOROUGH
The property is located within the sought after village of Woodborough. Within the village there is a church, a primary school, a social club and a garden centre. The Kennet and Avon canal passes close by at Honeystreet where there is a public house and café, nearby Bottlesford also has a public house. The village of Woodborough lies within the Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offering plenty of opportunity for exploration.

PEWSEY
The nearby town of Pewsey offers a good range of everyday amenities including a supermarket, library, leisure centre doctors, dentist and schools. The town also has a number of clubs and societies, including tennis, bowls, football and rugby. Connections from Pewsey are excellent with a fast rail service from the town directly in to London Paddington. The town is almost equidistant from the M4 and A303 offering access to the west country or towards London.

Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.


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