This pretty semi-detached house was built in the 1980s of reclaimed bricks with a tiled roof. It is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in the popular village of All Cannings. An inner hall has a useful cloakroom and a door from here leads through to the sitting room which is dual aspect. The kitchen is a good size and has a range of wall and base units. There is an integrated oven, hob and dishwasher and plumbing for a washing machine. Glazed double doors from here lead through to a light and airy conservatory providing a super outlook onto the garden. Upstairs is a family bathroom and 3 bedrooms, the master enjoying a view across open country to the hills beyond.
Gardens and grounds
A gravel drive to the front of the property leads to a garage on the side of the property and there is a pretty flowering cherry tree in the front garden. There is a small area of lawn and some flower beds either side of the porch and front door. To the rear is a fully enclosed garden mainly laid to lawn but with flower borders and mature shrubs around the perimeter. There is a door providing rear access to the garage and an area of patio for outside entertaining.
Surrounding area and communications
The Glebe is situated in the middle of the popular village of All Cannings, which is on the Kennet and Avon Canal in the Pewsey Vale, surrounded by rolling countryside and set in a Conservation area within the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Village amenities include a community shop, a pub, primary school, church and village hall. The market town of Devizes is approximately 5 miles away with Marlborough only 11 miles and Pewsey is approximately 8 miles away with a mainline railway station (London Paddington 1 hour 10 minutes). The M4 (Junction 15) is about 15 miles away with access to London and the West Country.
From Marlborough proceed out of the town on the A4 towards Calne. At the Fyfield Garage turn left to Lockeridge. Proceed through Lockeridge and go over the Downs into Alton Barns, turning right towards Stanton St Bernard. Proceed along this road and turn left towards All Cannings, going over the canal, past the cricket club on the left and turn right into Greenhouse Road. The Glebe is the first turning on the left hand side.