About this property
**FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS**DETACHED VILLAGE HOME**BEAUTIFUL SETTING**STUDIO/OFFICE**BARN**LARGE GARDEN**NO CHAIN**
With the original house believed to be dating back to the 1670s it is hard to believe this stunning village property is not Listed. With a quintessentially English country home aesthetic, the approach is that of immediate splendour and privacy, set within 0.33 of an acre grounds and coupled with a stream running at the end of the garden, makes for a stunning position particularly within the summer months. The house itself is presented to an excellent order throughout, combined with two detached barns in the grounds, one of which could be used as a studio/office this really opens up possibilities and scope for the future owners. The property was entirely renovated in 2000.
Walking in through the main front door to the house and opening into a large hallway room with exposed beams and log burner, which is currently used as a study, the property is more commonly accessed via the door to the rear. The central hallway leads off to all rooms with the the two main reception rooms running the width of the house to the side are carpeted throughout, with feature fireplace and log burner and separated with double doors. The kitchen with flag stone flooring is of a contemporary design with a range of wall and floor units, integrated appliances, plumbing for white goods and windows to front and rear. Forming part of a single storey extension built in 2000 with vaulted ceiling and French style doors opening to rear garden is the family room to the side of the main house and accessed from the kitchen. Downstairs is a further WC, separate boot room and entrance hall from rear door.
Upstairs is a large master bedroom with en-suite, three further double bedrooms and a separate family bathroom.
The main driveway is accessed from the front of the house with parking for several cars and further parking to rear from shared lane
The property occupies a very pleasant position, tucked away down a country lane within this popular village. There are delightful walks on the doorstep including fabulous ones alongside the famous Westbury White Horse as well as a sports field at the end of Court Lane. The village is well served by amenities including a primary school, a public house, post office/general store, two churches, a dispensing GP and a Pre-school. The neighbouring town of Westbury is only three miles distance with town centre shopping and most importantly this has a main line railway station with services to London Paddington and Waterloo making this an ideal place to live in with an easy commute up to London. The large towns of Devizes, Trowbridge, Chippenham, Salisbury, Swindon and Bath are all within a thirty mile radius.
Freehold. Conservation Area.
EPC Rating: D Council Tax: Band E
Services: All mains services
6/7 Market Place Devizes Wiltshire SN10 1HT