From the front entrance porch, doors lead into two attractive reception rooms both with solid oak flooring. The sitting room has an attractive Victorian marble fireplace, a beamed ceiling and folding window shutters whilst the dining room has a wide inglenook fireplace with exposed brickwork and a log burning stove, shutters and window seat. The kitchen to the rear is a most attractive feature of the property, fitted with a Cooke and Lewis hand painted kitchen with solid oak units including Bosch A+ Fridge/Freezer, Smeg dishwasher and electric Bosch multi-oven comprising microwave, oven and grill. In addition, the kitchen includes a Whirlpool integrated espresso machine with steamer, a Stoves aluminium LPG cooker with four ovens, two grills, seven burners, one large double gas wok burner and a 3-speed electric extractor hood with copex lining. There is a butler's sink and a central island with breakfast bar and two vertical wine coolers. From the kitchen there is access to the utility room, the downstairs cloakroom, the rear garden and down to the cellars. The cellar has a boarded ceiling and is insulated and houses the water softener, main water supply and sump pump for the old well. The second cellar is currently closed off. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room and roll top bath, vanity basin unit and wc. There is also a separate family bathroom with roll top bath, double shower cubicle, bidet, wc and basin. The second floor houses the L shaped master suite with restricted ceiling height, exposed Spanish oak beams and double glazed heritage skylights. A raised area houses a freestanding roll top bath. There is a further en suite with double shower cubicle with power shower, WC, vanity unit with wash hand basin and bidet.
Garden and grounds
There is a most attractive rear garden with patio area and access to a second kitchen with Cotswold stone roof tiles including cupboards and a condensing boiler. There is side access to the property with sensor outdoor lighting. A lawned area with fruit trees and a chalk stream at the end make for a charming enclosed garden. There is a shed with its own foundations and a fenced off area for bins, dual LPG bottles and 1200l oil tank. There is also an outside tap and double waterproofed electric point. The property is fitted with a multi-camera CCTV system with 2Tb recorder and is fully connected to the web and includes applications for smart phone and PC and supports the fully integrated alarm system of the house.
Surrounding area and communications
This popular Wiltshire village benefits from extensive amenities including a primary school, a church, post office, public house, grocery shop and butchers. There are wonderful walks onto Salisbury Plain and a playground for children. Market Lavington lies 5 miles south of the market town of Devizes and the larger centres of Bath and Salisbury are within commuting distance. The village is within easy access of Dauntseys, Marlborough College and St. Mary's Calne, whilst Pewsey and Westbury stations provide rail access into London.
From Marlborough proceed along the A4 towards Chippenham and Calne. At the Beckhampton roundabout take the first exit to Devizes. In Devizes follow signs to Potterne and continue through Potterne in the direction of Salisbury and at the Black Dog Crossroads turn left towards Easterton and continue along this road until turning left onto the High Street of Market Lavington where the property is located in the centre on the left hand side.