About this property
**2/3 BEDROOM HOUSE**MID TERRACED**CLOSE TO TRAIN STATION**STREAM AT END OF GARDEN**CLOSE TO TOWN**IN NEED OF COSMETIC IMPROVEMENT**NO CHAIN**
Fresh to the market is this charming 2/3 bedroom mid terrace property which is believed to have been built some 150 years ago. The property requires some cosmetic improvements throughout, with the price reflecting this. There is potential to develop by extending upwards and changing the layout at the rear of the property within the existing footprint - subject to planning. With a lovely long garden to the rear, the River Avon runs at the bottom of the garden which makes for a truly lovely feature.
The property is either accessed via the main door to the front of the house or the rear door through the alleyway to the side of the house. From the front and into the small porchway, the house opens into the main sitting room with a beautiful bay window overlooking the front with wood effect flooring throughout. To the rear of the house is the dining room, with carpet flooring, which in turn leads to the kitchen, which may need replacing at some stage. There is a lean-to conservatory to the side of the house with plumbing for white goods and leads to the shower room situated at the rear of the house.
Upstairs on the first floor, via the staircase located in the middle of the house, there are two double bedrooms, with a further bedroom off bedroom 2. This could be used as a dressing room or even converted (subject to planning) into an en-suite or upstairs bathroom.
The garden to the rear is long, narrow, East facing and mostly laid to lawn with the River Avon at the back.
Overall the property will make the perfect project for someone looking to add value to an ideally positioned house and is available with no onward chain.
The property is conveniently located close to the train station (London Paddington is reachable in just over an hour) within the village of Pewsey with excellent local shopping including a supermarket, a post office, a library, various smaller shops and restaurants. It is also on the main bus route from Swindon to Salisbury. There is a large village hall, doctors surgery, dental practises, leisure centre, primary and secondary schools. More extensive facilities, including national retailers, are found in the nearby market towns of Marlborough, Hungerford and Devizes. The major commercial centres of Andover, Newbury and Swindon as well as the M4 and M3 motorways are all within easy reach.
Local Authority: Wiltshire Council
Council Tax Band: C
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Electric Heating System and Double glazing
6/7 Market Place Devizes Wiltshire SN10 1HT