A delightful 3 bedroom semi-detached house with mature gardens and stunning views out to the White Horse and within striking distance of the town.
There is a fitted kitchen which leads through to a nice dining room which has the potential to be opened up to a large kitchen diner if required. The conservatory adjoins the dining room and is benefitted with a tinted roof and electric heating, all have lovely views out to the garden and beyond. The lounge is generous in size and has a gas fire and large bay window which looks out onto the immaculate south-west facing front garden.
The first floor benefits from 3 bedrooms that all boast fitted wardrobes and share a family bathroom.
This is a wonderful family home that could benefit from modernisation.
The property is approached via a tarmac driveway offering parking for several cars and leads to the garage. The Front garden is mainly lain to lawn with mature hedging and herbaceous boarder. There is a side access to the rear garden.
To the rear there are far reaching views over open farmland and beyond to the roundway White Horse. The rear garden is mainly lain to lawn which is very high quality as the current owner uses it as a putting green. There is a patio ideal for entertaining, well established boarders and a large garden workshop.
Devizes is an historic market town with an attractive predominantly Georgian market square. The town offers an excellent range of amenities including shops supermarkets and restaurants, a cinema, museum, leisure centre and well regarded schools. Private schools in the locality include Dauntseys School (day and boarding) and Marlborough College. Devizes lies on the western edge of the North Wessex Downs and with the expanse of Salisbury Plain a few miles to the south. The unspoilt nature of the surrounding countryside makes it ideal for walking, riding and other country pursuits and there is excellent dog walking nearby in the local Drew’s Ponds Woods. Junction 16 of the M4 motorway is about 17 miles to the north with the M3 motorway via the A303 to the south. The small market town of Pewsey (about 12 miles) offers a rail service to London Paddington (approximately 1 hour).
All mains connected and a gas boiler