This charming house was originally built in the 18th Century with later Victorian additions and is constructed of mellowed red brick and stone under a tiled roof. It retains many period features and offers family accommodation arranged over 3 floors. The sitting room at the front of the property has ceiling beams and a wonderful inglenook fireplace with an open fire and as it faces east, gets morning sunshine. The dining room has a multi fuel burner set in a brick fireplace and French doors leading to the garden room which has further doors leading onto the garden. The kitchen has a full range of wall and base units and there is also room for a breakfast table. Leading on from the kitchen is the utility room which also has a w.c. A door from here leads to steps down to the cellars. Upstairs the master bedroom is en suite and there are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom . On the second floor is a 4th bedroom with original beams which is currently used as a study.
Garden and grounds
The generous garden at the rear of the property can be accessed via a shared footpath with the neighbour. The garden has an area of terrace and steps lead up to the lawn with its beds and borders of seasonal flowers and shrubs. There are two sheds providing useful garden storage.
Surrounding area and communications
This popular Wiltshire village benefits from extensive amenities including a number of primary schools and a secondary school, Lavington. Dauntsey's is a well regarded private school which is also very close by. There is a church, post office, hairdressers, public house, grocery shop and butchers. There are wonderful walks onto Salisbury Plain and a playground and playing field for children. Market Lavington lies 5 miles south of the market town of Devizes and the larger centres of Bath, Salisbury, Swindon, Chippenham and Marlborough are all within commuting distance. Mainline train services to London are available from Pewsey which is approximately 12 miles away.
Please note there is a shared access along the neighbours path to the rear garden.
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. Continue a little further into Church Street where the property is located on the left hand side.