An internal viewing of this extremely well presented property is highly recommended. Built in approximately 1964, with a more recent extension, it is constructed of brick under a tiled roof with half rendered and wood clad elevations. It is double glazed and decorated throughout in quiet neutral shades, giving the property an overall feeling of light and space and creating a contemporary and calm atmosphere. The front door on the side of the property leads to a spacious inner hallway with a travertine floor off which are a number of storage cupboards. There are 3 ground floor bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a study with a generous amount of built in shelving. The sitting room is very attractive with French windows leading to the garden terrace and an electric fire set in a decorative fire place. There is ample space for a dining table and chairs. The kitchen/breakfast room has a full range of wall and base units as well as a wall of storage cupboards. There is plumbing for a dishwasher and doors leading to both the front and rear of the property. A utility/shower room with plumbing for a washing machine and dryer completes the accommodation on the ground floor. On the first floor is a really wonderful double aspect drawing room with a vaulted ceiling and Juliet balcony and wonderful views over the surrounding countryside. The room is light, bright and spacious with lots of eaves storage and is a really surprising and attractive addition to the property. Leading on from here is a well appointed bathroom and two bedrooms, both enjoying the wonderful views to the front of the property.
Garden and grounds
The property is accessed via double gates onto a gravel forecourt providing parking for several cars. There are areas of lawn as well as beds and borders of mature shrubs and seasonal flowers. The studio is located here and there is gated access along both sides of the house leading to the rear garden. This is a most attractive feature of the property with a garden terrace and a spacious area of lawn with a rockery border along one edge. There are additional places for outside entertainment as well as a pretty summerhouse and substantial garden shed. The garden has a picket fence boundary, mature shrubs and trees and wonderful far reaching views towards Bath.
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 West along the A4 towards Chippenham and Calne. At the Beckhampton roundabout take the first exit to Devizes. In Devizes follow signs to Potterne A360 and continue through Potterne in the direction of Salisbury and at the Black Dog crossroads turn left towards Easterton. At the top of Spin Hill take the first turning left onto Kings Road and the property is the 4th driveway on the left hand side.