This well presented detached bungalow was constructed we believe in the late 60s and is built of brick under a tiled roof. The property has been well maintained and there is double glazing throughout. The accommodation is light and well laid out. The kitchen/breakfast room has a full range of base and wall units, an integrated dishwasher, double electric oven and induction hob. The separate utility room has plumbing for a washing machine and side access to both the front and back of the property. The sitting room is particularly spacious and is double aspect with lovely views of the garden. It has an open fire set in a feature fireplace. A second reception room could be a dining room or 3rd bedroom and has a lovely bay window. The master bedroom has the added benefit of built in storage and again enjoys the views to the rear. There is a further bedroom, a family bathroom with an airing cupboard and a separate wc.
Garden and grounds
A tarmac driveway leads through a wooden gate and on upto the front of the property and the garage. This provides parking for several vehicles. There are flower beds and borders, a gravelled area and an outhouse with power and lighting. A large area of lawn leads around to the rear of the property where there are 2 sheds, a greenhouse, soft fruit cages, raised vegetable beds, four fruit trees and well tended flower beds and borders. There is a super beech and hornbeam hedge forming the boundary which provides a good deal of privacy. In all, we understand the garden and plot measures approximately 1/4 of an acre.
Surrounding area and communications
The quaint village of Chirton is in the heart of the sought after Vale of Pewsey, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty between the Salisbury Plain to the south and the Marlborough Downs to the north. It is an ideal location from which to explore the stunning surrounding countryside with a network of bridleways and footpaths offering many walking and riding opportunities. Woodborough Garden Centre is 3 miles away, offering a café and farm shop and the local pub in Marden is reported to serve excellent food and is a short distance away. Devizes (5 miles) is a charming historic market town and provides a more comprehensive range of shopping and leisure facilities and hosts a popular weekly market, as well as the Kennet and Avon canal. The area is well served by an excellent range of independent schools including St Francis, Dauntsey's, St Mary's Calne, Marlborough College and Stonar. There are state secondary schools in Lavington, Devizes, Pewsey and Marlborough. There are mainline rail services from Pewsey (about 7 miles) offering a regular service to London Paddington
From Marlborough High Street proceed west on the A4 in the direction of Calne and Chippenham. At the Fyfield garage turn left to Lockeridge and continue along this road to Alton Barnes taking the first right to Devizes. Proceed along this road and take the third turning on the left to All Cannings. Continue along this road and into the village of Chirton where the property is located just after the village school on the right hand side.