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Ball Road, Pewsey, SN9

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Purplebricks, covering Swindon
Character Property

Key features

  • No Onward Chain
  • Grade II Listed
  • One Ensuite
  • Four Bedrooms
  • One Bathroom
  • Modernised Throughout
  • Converted Loft Room
  • Good Size Gardens To The Front And Rear
  • Desirable Location

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
This delightful Grade II listed Character Property is believed to date from 18th Century and offers a successful blend of charm and period features combined with comfortable modern day living. The cottage has large sash windows to the front which flood the house with natural light and been refurbished to a high standard by the current vendor with spacious open plan living throughout the ground floor. Of particular note is the kitchen/breakfast room which is fitted with a good range of Moben solid oak floor and wall units with granite work surfaces over, a splendid granite breakfast bar separates the dining area with solid Oak wooden flooring which continues through to the sitting room and has an attractive feature period fireplace.

Upstairs the loft has been finished to a high specification spacious floor which is open plan with spotlights, plastered and painted with new wooded floor and showcase balustrades at the top of wooden stairs and an entrance door on the first floor landing. The new bathroom looks elegant, fully tiled with LED spotlight. The bathroom is en-suite to master bedroom which also has fitted wardrobe built into rear of loft stairs. It has a large window with attractive village views. The second bedroom has been plastered and painted to a high level finish and has a brand new wooden floor. It has an en-suite shower-room and two windows looking onto rear garden and country views. The third bedroom is a double room with a large window with attractive views to the front of the house. The fourth bedroom is a single with a internal decorative window.

In all this is an excellent property set within easy reach of the village centre and train station, an internal viewing is highly advised to appreciate all this wonderful home has to offer.

Pewsey is a large village which offers excellent local shopping facilities which include a supermarket and has many amenities including doctors surgery, dental practice, sports centre with swimming pool, local bank, public houses and churches of various denominations. The village has the particular advantage of a rail station with mainline links to London Paddington (approximately 70 minutes). The market towns of Marlborough, Hungerford and Devizes are close by whilst the largest centres of Salisbury, Andover, Newbury and Swindon are within easy travelling distance. The M4 motorway lies to the north with the A303 (M3) to the south. The surrounding countryside in the Vale of Pewsey is designated as An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with many unspoilt traditional Wiltshire villages and the Kennet and Avon canal.

The cottage is set back with an attractive and well established garden to the front with an open aspect towards the heart of the village. The garden has an array of mature flower borders.

The rear garden is large and gated private garden mainly laid to lawn and is fully enclosed, large patio with space for conservatory, garden shed and off street parking for two vehicles with space for a double garage (subject to planning permission).

General Information
The cottage has been fully rethatched recently. Details available on request.

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Ball Road, Pewsey, SN9


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Pewsey Station0.6 miles
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