This light and airy semi-detached house which was built in 2014, is constructed of brick under a tiled roof and incorporates many attractive design features including a curved front wall, bay windows to the downstairs rooms, a decorative canopy over the front door and a pattern in the roof tiles. The house is decorated in neutral colours and is double glazed throughout. There is a spacious entrance hall with a w.c and the sitting room is triple aspect with French doors leading to the patio. The spacious kitchen/dining room is a most attractive room with a full range of wall and base units in white with black granite worktops. The room has a white tiled floor throughout and there is plenty of space for dining. There is an integrated dishwasher, fridge freezer, double oven and a halogen hob. The utility room has further base units and a sink and plumbing for a washing machine. There is a door from here leading to the rear garden. Upstairs the master bedroom is en suite and has the additional benefit of fitted wardrobes. There are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom; all the bathrooms are furnished with contemporary fittings and tiles.
Garden and grounds
There is an area of flower beds each side of the path leading to the front of the property but the main garden is to the rear. This includes an area of patio, raised beds and a lawn. There is gate leading to the side of the property where there is a garage and two allocated parking spaces.
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 mainline service to London Paddington (approx. 1hr 24 mins) there is 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 approaching the village proceed over the first roundabout, go under the railway bridge and at the next roundabout take the first left opposite Miss Lemon's wool shop and then the first right into Whatley Drive. Continue past three houses on the left and take the no through road on the left and the property is the last one on the right hand side.
Please note that there is a right of access across the side driveway to the garages.