This property which was built so we understand, in the 1960s is constructed of brick under a tiled roof with a part elevation of timber to the front. The property offers potential for some updating but provides spacious accommodation for its age and size. The kitchen/breakfast room is dual aspect and includes plumbing for a washing machine and a breakfast bar. A door from here leads to a single w.c , a separate adjoining store room and a door to the rear garden. The sitting room has a fire place and a glazed door leading to the garden terrace. On the first floor are 3 bedrooms and a family shower room.
Gardens and grounds
The property is approached at the front through a garden gate and along a path with a substantial area of lawn to one side bordered by some mature shrubs. The path leads to the side of the house and around to the rear where there is a terraced garden with areas of gravel, a lawn, flower beds and a paved garden terrace. A green house is included in the sale and there is access to the rear for parking for one car and additional parking in a communal car park.
Surrounding area and communications
The village of Pewsey provides local facilities including a supermarket, shops, doctors' and dentist surgeries, public houses and a bank. There are sports facilities including a swimming pool, football and rugby clubs, a thriving tennis and bowls club. It is an excellent base from which to explore the beautiful surrounding countryside, with a local Nature Reserve and a network of bridleways and footpaths throughout the Pewsey Vale offering exceptional walking and riding opportunities, as well as the Kennet and Avon Canal nearby. The larger market towns of Marlborough (7 miles) and Devizes (11 miles) offer a more comprehensive range of amenities. The area is well served by an excellent range of state and independent schools, such as St Francis, Pewsey Vale, Woodborough Primary and Dauntsey's. Pewsey rail station is within walking distance of the house and offers a regular mainline rail service to London Paddington and motorway access to London and the West Country via junction 15 of the M4 (approx 20 miles).
From Marlborough proceed along the A345 towards Pewsey and continue for about 6 miles. On entering the village, proceed over the mini roundabout and at the next roundabout turn right onto North Street. Continue along this road turning right into Church Street and then on the bend, right into The Crescent. Follow this road around and turn left into Broadfields where the property is located on the right hand side as indicated by our board.
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