Hillcrest is a superb period property which has recently undergone total renovation and is presented for sale in excellent order throughout. It sits in an elevated position and takes advantage of the beautiful views from all its principal rooms. The house benefits from numerous original features including graceful fireplaces and is a perfect blend of old and new. The current owner has refurbished it to an exacting standard with flair and creativity. Hillcrest is light and well proportioned with a gracious entrance hall with picture windows, 4 reception rooms, a generous kitchen/breakfast room, large utility room and shower room on the ground floor. The kitchen is extremely well designed and includes a full range of wall and base units with a quartz worktop. There is an integrated full height fridge and freezer, as well as an integrated Bosch dishwasher, AEG induction hob, wine cooler and an AEG eye level self cleaning combi microwave oven. As well as a central island unit there is plenty of space for a dining table. The lower ground floor has 2 rooms, each of which has a half window and both are exceptionally well lit with ceiling spot lights. The ground floor accommodation has wooden flooring whilst the upstairs bedrooms and halls are fully carpeted in a neutral shade. Upstairs are 5 bedrooms, all of generous size. The 2 principal bedrooms have en suite facilities and there is also a family bathroom. The bathrooms are extremely well appointed using high quality white goods and are individually tiled. There is a delightful attic room.
Garden and grounds
Sitting in a generous plot of approximately half an acre, Hillcrest is approached via a gated entrance leading to a gravel driveway off the road and there is also a double gated entrance to the rear off a small lane which leads to Drews Pond and Devizes. There is plenty of parking for several vehicles and gardens and terraced areas surround the house. An area of established trees lies to the side and the front boundary is hedged. The flower bed to the front of the house has been attractively planted. Additionally there is a newly built double garage as well as a smaller older garage and an original barn. The property is well served by external lighting and power sockets.
Surrounding area and communications
Potterne is a much sought after village being approximately 2 miles south of the market town of Devizes. Close by are the World Heritage Sites of Stonehenge and Avebury Stone Circle, as well as the Kennet and Avon Canal and Caen Hill Locks in Devizes. Within the village is a 13th century church, a pub, convenience store, primary school and a village hall which hosts many community events. Devizes has a good range of amenities, with large supermarkets as well as small artisan and independent shops. There is also a cinema. There are good private and state schools in the area including Dauntsey's in West Lavington, Marlborough College, St Mary's Calne and St Francis in Pewsey. Mainline railway stations are at both Pewsey and Westbury.
From Marlborough take the A4 and then from the Beckhampton roundabout take the A342 towards Devizes. Proceed through Devizes and take the A360 towards Potterne. After about a mile the property is located on the left hand side as indicated by our board.