Asking price £435,000
A pretty and superbly presented 3 bedroom cottage overlooking the village green
- End of Terrace
- Off Road Parking
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This gorgeous double fronted cottage dates back to the 1850s, with a later extension, and is wonderfully located overlooking the village green and set well back from the road. It is the end of a terrace of 3 and offers light and spacious accommodation which is particularly well presented. The kitchen/dining room has a bespoke range of hand painted units with wooden work surfaces and overlooks the rear garden. The cosy snug benefits from a log burner with attractive alcove cupboards and provides a very useful second reception room. The main sitting room runs from the front to the rear of the house and has a mantel and fireplace with LPG gas fire, and French windows on to the garden. Upstairs are 3 good sized bedrooms, one of which is ensuite, and a study area as well as the family bathroom which has underfloor heating. The house retains some attractive period features and is fully double glazed.
GARDEN AND GROUNDS
The house is approached over its own gravelled driveway, with parking for several cars. This leads to an area of garden and a path to the front door. The gardens to the rear are of a generous size and have attractive areas of lawn, flower borders and patio. There is a shed and small pond and a side entrance to the front. There is also a detached garage.
The house is situated in the popular village of All Cannings which is on the Kennet and Avon Canal in the Pewsey Vale, surrounded by rolling countryside and set in a conservation area within the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Village amenities include a community shop, a pub, primary school (Ofsted rated outstanding), church and village hall. The market town of Devizes is approximately 5 miles away with Marlborough only 11 miles and Pewsey is approximately 8 miles away with a mainline railway station (London Paddington 1 hour 15 minutes). The M4 (junction 15) is about 15 miles away with access to London and the West Country.