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4 bedroom house for sale

Cuckoo Corner, Urchfont, Wiltshire

Guide Price £679,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Stunning Family Home
  • 4 Beautiful Bedrooms
  • 2 Generous Reception Rooms
  • Bespoke Kitchen
  • Double Garage & Parking
  • Mature Private Gardens
  • Highly Sought After Village
  • Immaculately Presented Home

Full description

A stunning family home set amidst mature private gardens, offering beautifully balanced and immaculately presented accommodation, all set right in the heart of this much sought after Wiltshire village. 'Poynings' originally dates from the 1930s but has been transformed by the current owners to create a spacious and contemporary family home within a handsome character facade. Internally there are two elegant reception rooms, with the 20ft sitting room warmed by an inviting log burning stove. The bespoke kitchen enjoys under floor heating, 'Artisan' limestone flooring, stunning 'Carrera' marble worktops and a range of integrated appliances. There are four bedrooms, master with en suite shower room and a stylish bathroom. Outside there is ample parking and an attached double garage with useful storage above. The well tended gardens border the home to all sides and enjoy a good amount of privacy with access to the village playing fields, tennis court and Oakfrith woods. The house is also conveniently situated for the excellent village primary school.

Directions - From Devizes proceed on the A342 Andover Road and after about 4 miles turn right at the sign posted towards Urchfont. At the next T Junction turn right and as the centre of the village is approached turn right near a bollard along the village street. Follow the road around past the duck pond and continue up and past The Green taking a right hand turning in to Cuckoo Corner. The property is found a short distance along on the left hand side with a layby.

Situation - Urchfont is the quintessential English village, renowned for its charming central duck pond, stunning village Green and fine period properties; picturesque and with a thriving community, it is situated in the famous Pewsey Vale surrounded by rolling downland and unspoilt open countryside. There is a successful community shop/post office to meet the demands and needs of residents and the Urchfont Church of England Primary School was recently awarded Good status by Ofsted. For Secondary schooling, Urchfont lies in the catchment area of nearby Market Lavington. There is a very popular village public house, The Lamb. There is also a village hall that hosts an incredible number of social clubs and societies. For sports enthusiasts the village boasts a Badminton Club, Football and Tennis Clubs, and a Cricket Club. There is also an annual scarecrow festival (Urchfont was the first village in Wiltshire to start one up).

Communications are good: The Urchfont Community Bus provides a scheduled bus service from the village to Devizes, Bath, Swindon and Salisbury. Nearby Pewsey has a mainline railway station (Paddington about one hour) and the major centres of Swindon, Chippenham, Marlborough, Bath and Salisbury are all within a thirty mile radius. Direct links to the M3 and M4 are close by.

Accommodation - Porch with outside light, front door in to:

Entrance Hall - Window to front and two to sides, 'Bisque' style radiator and additional radiator, fitted dresser with light and cupboards under, telephone point, fitted cupboards.

Dining Room - Window to front, 'Bisque' style radiator, feature fireplace (currently not in use), oak mantle, picture rail, opening through to:

Sitting Room - Triple aspect with windows to front and side and French doors to rear garden, polished wooden floorboards, TV point, attractive log burning stove, oak mantle and brick hearth, spurs for radiators, fitted bookshelves.

Inner Hall - Radiator, built-in airing cupboard with immersion tank and slatted shelving.

Cloakroom - Opaque window to side, wall hung wash hand basin, low level WC, limestone tiled flooring from 'Artisans' of Devizes, part wooden panelled walls.

Kitchen / Breakfast Room - Dual aspect with windows to side and rear, limestone tiled flooring from 'Artisans' of Devizes, French doors to side patio, bespoke kitchen by 'Mike Routledge' with painted units and 'Carrera' marble worktops to a central island and over the base cupboards, double 'Belfast' sink and marble drainer, 'Neff' microwave and oven and 4 ring induction hob, 'Bosch' integrated dish washer, space and plumbing for fridge/freezer (available by negotiations), wine rack, exposed wooden beam, contemporary upright radiator and book shelving. Oil fired central heating boiler.

Covered Side Passageway - Doors to front and back, further door to garage and door to kitchen. Tiled floor, glazed panels.

First Floor Landing - Radiator, doors to:

Bedroom One - Two windows to rear with wonderful views out towards Oakfrith woods beyond the school playing fields. TV point, two radiators, mirror fronted fitted wardrobes/dressing area. Opening in to:

En Suite Shower Room - Low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, shower unit, extractor, shaving point.

Bedroom Two - Dual aspect with windows to front and rear with views, TV and telephone points, fitted wardrobes.

Bedroom Three - Window to front and radiator.

Bedroom Four - Windows to side, radiator, loft access, chimney breast.

Bathroom - 'Heritage' suite comprising cast iron roll top bath with antique style cradle shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, radiator, polished Travertine tiled floor, extractor, glazed panel, shaving point.

Externally -

Double Garage - Twin up and over doors to front, light and power, personal door back to side passageway, window to side, hot and cold plumbing for washing machine, stairs to useful boarded loft storage space.

Parking - Shingled parking for a number of cars.

Gardens - The property enjoys gardens to all sides with a generous front lawn enclosed by mature hedging, there is a good amount of privacy to the south / south west facing rear garden that features a patio sun terrace, level lawns and well tended planted borders, a small twisted willow tree, timber shed, concealed oil and LPG tanks.

These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. No person in this firm's employment has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of the property. All measurements and distances are approximate only.

Your home is at risk if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or other loan secured on it.


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