This delightful mid terrace cottage which is not listed, is constructed of white washed sarsen stone under a slate tiled roof, has secondary glazing installed and is situated in a most picturesque position. The sitting room has a flagstone floor, a woodburning stove and some built in storage. The kitchen has an integrated electric hob and oven, some storage units and access to understairs storage. The bathroom which is downstairs, has a shower over the bath and there is an airing cupboard in an adjoining area. A passageway from the front door leads along the side of the property where there are a number of built in cupboards and access to the rear of the property. Upstairs are two bedrooms, one having built in storage.
Garden and grounds
The front garden which is divided with one section belonging to the adjoining property. It is mainly laid to lawn but includes some mature hedging along one side. A pretty path leads into the church yard. There is a small enclosed courtyard to the rear.
Surrounding area and communications
Avebury is a village set in a sight of special archaeological interest as it contains the world famous stone circle. Furthermore, the village is within an AONB and World Heritage Site. There are tea rooms, a village shop, a public house, church and Post Office in the village. The village is conveniently located close to the A361 providing further links to Swindon and the M4. The village is surrounded by some spectacular countryside providing opportunities for walking and horse riding. Further shopping facilities are located in the lively market towns of Marlborough, to the north west and Devizes to the south east. The whole area is served very well by a range of state and private schools including St Mary's and St. Margaret's in Calne and Marlborough College and St. John's in Marlborough.
The property is being sold on behalf of the National Trust which is a registered charity. Accordingly all purchasers should be aware that the property will remain on the market and further offers will be considered up to the point of exchange of contracts.
From Marlborough town centre proceed west on the A4 in the direction of Chippenham and Calne. Continue for approximately 4.5 miles and take a right hand turning to Avebury off the A4. In the village, turn left at the pub and proceed for about 300m until locating the church on the right hand side. Walking through the church gates proceed into the church yard and the cottage is located on the left hand side.