About this property
*** FABULOUS 1930S HOME *** 4 BEDROOMS *** SUPERB GARDENS *** 0.19 Acre *** CLOSE TO TOWN & SCHOOLS
An attractive 1930s four bedroom detached family home located in a fantastic spot within easy reach of the town centre. The property offers spacious and versatile accommodation, totalling over 1600sqft, and is presented in good order throughout. The property is set back from the road on a plot of approximately 0.19 acre with driveway parking for at least 3 vehicles and an integral garage that has been converted to an office (but could be reinstated if one preferred). An open veranda to the front with tiled flooring leads up the front door with stained glass detailing. Inside, the welcoming hallway with parquet flooring opens off to a bay fronted dining room with an attractive exposed brick fireplace. There is a wonderful 30ft open plan sitting room into a conservatory/garden room with an open fireplace and views down the exceptional garden. The kitchen is fitted with solid oak cupboards and wooden panelling and electric cooker. There is a useful utility room, a downstairs WC and a door into the former garage that is now a good space to work from home. The light and airy galleried landing is a great feature of the house, whilst the generous loft space with pull down ladder and light offers the potential for further accommodation (subject to building regs). There are three double bedrooms and a charming dual aspect single bedroom complemented by a refitted separate WC and stylish family bathroom with travertine tiling, a bath and corner shower.
The large private garden has been painstakingly designed and lovingly maintained by the current owners. South west facing, the garden backs onto playing fields and is split into various sections to sit out and enjoy. There is wisteria, a pergola with a flourishing grape vine, acers, apple, pear and cherry trees. A fruit cage encloses raspberries, blackcurrants and strawberries. There are 2 sheds, a summer house and workshop.
The property is set in a sought after location that is only a short distance from the centre of Devizes and from the primary and secondary schools. The historic market town of Devizes has many amenities including town centre shopping, a leisure centre, various supermarkets, a variety of shops, cinema, theatre and thriving weekly market. The historic Kennet & Avon Canal runs through the town for those who are interested in fishing, boating and pleasant canal side walks. The major centres of Bath, Salisbury, Swindon, Marlborough and Chippenham are all within a 30 mile radius. Junction 17 of the M4 motorway lies about 17 miles to the north with the M3 motorway via the A303 to the south. Mainline railway services to London Paddington are available in Pewsey, Chippenham and Westbury, and also from Andover to Waterloo.
EPC Rating: E
Council Tax: Band E
Services: All mains services are connected at the property.
Roof retiled in October 2018 (10 year warranty).
6/7 Market Place Devizes Wiltshire SN10 1HT