This handsome end of terrace double fronted property is constructed of brick under a slate roof and offers good size family accommodation. The entrance hall has a generous amount of storage in floor to ceiling cupboards and leads into the open plan reception room which was possibly once two rooms. There is an attractive fire place at each end of the room and one is fitted with a multi-fuel burner and the other is an open fire. The room is double aspect with alcove storage and a lovely stripped pine and stained floor. An archway leads into a central passageway off which is the kitchen and dining room. The kitchen is double aspect and has a full range of wall and base units and there is plumbing for a washing machine, dishwasher and tumble dryer. A small vestibule off the kitchen leads to the rear garden via a stable door. The dining room has a built in cupboard and lovely views of the village church through double French doors leading to the garden terrace. Upstairs are 3 bedrooms, all of which have the additional benefit of built-in wardrobes and storage and views over the surrounding village. There is a study which could also be used as a dressing room or converted to an en suite bathroom for one of the bedrooms, subject to the usual planning consents. There is a generous sized bathroom with bath and separate shower which again enjoys the charming views of the village to the rear of the property.
Garden and grounds
A driveway to the side of the property provides off street parking and access to the rear garden. There is a pedestrian right of way over this driveway for the neighbour. To the rear of the property is an enclosed low maintenance garden consisting of two seating areas, a lawn with flower borders and a patio. There are fruit trees and a good size garden shed for storage.
Surrounding area and communications
Upavon is a delightful village situated about 4 miles to the south of Pewsey. It has varied amenities including a shop, two pubs, a doctor's surgery, a hairdressers and a golf club. The village is surrounded by wonderful open countryside with the Pewsey Vale and Salisbury Plain providing superb riding and walking opportunities. The larger village of Pewsey and the market town of Marlborough are within easy access and provide a full range of shopping and leisure facilities. The area is well served by both state and private schools including St Francis Pewsey, Marlborough College and Dauntseys. Mainline rail connections are at Pewsey (London Paddington from 1 ¼ hours and Grateley to Waterloo 1hr.20 minuets) There are good road links to London and the South West with the A303, M3 and M4 all within easy reach.
EPC Rating F
From Marlborough High Street proceed south on the A345 in the direction of Pewsey and continue through the town staying on the A345 following signs to Woodborough and Upavon. At the Woodbridge Inn roundabout turn left and continue along the road into Upavon. Continue through the village and take the left hand turn onto the Andover Road where, after a short distance, the property is located on the left hand side.