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A beautiful and very stylish four bedroom Grade II listed attached cottage with much character and style and with large gardens and parking set off the village green within this popular and sought after village. This extremely pretty cottage is believed to date from the late 17thC and has an abundance of period features and charm combined with contemporary style and light and well proportioned rooms. The accommodation is deceptively spacious with generous reception rooms complimented by four double bedrooms over the two upper floors and 3 bathrooms. Of particular note is the kitchen/breakfast room; this fabulous room has ample space for a kitchen table and sofa and is fitted with a bespoke range of cupboards and a Stanley oil fired range along with a gas hob and electric oven. There is a useful utility room, rear lobby and cloakroom off. The sitting room has much character and charm with a wood burning stove set into an inglenook fireplace. There is a separate study or formal dining room, a lovely triple aspect room with French doors onto the sun terrace. Upstairs on the first floor are three double bedrooms and a shower room, the master bedroom has a great range of built in cupboards and an open plan ensuite bathroom with freestanding bath. A winder staircase to the second floor leads to a large double bedroom suite with ensuite bathroom and study/dressing room, ideal for guests or older children. In all this is an exceptional cottage offering a successful blend of period and character combined with modern living and style.
Urchfont is a pretty and unspoilt Wiltshire village with a strong community spirit which has an excellent primary school, a post office and community shop, a public house, a fine church and good recreational facilities, there is a green and duck pond at the centre of the village which is set on the edge of Pewsey Vale is an area of outstanding natural beauty. Devizes (4 miles) Pewsey (6 miles) and Marlborough (14 miles) provide a wide range of amenities and Salisbury, Bath and Swindon are within easy reach. Train services are from Pewsey to London Paddington and the M4 lies to the north (Junctions 16 &17) and the A303/M3 to the south. There are well regarded schools nearby in Marlborough, Market Lavington, Devizes, Dauntseys and Pewsey.
The cottage has an attractive low maintenance garden to the front. The generous main garden lies to the rear of the cottage and is a particular feature of the property, landscaped with an attractive flagstone sun terrace immediately adjoining the cottage, ideal for outside entertaining. The garden is mainly laid to lawn bordered with mature trees and shrubs and enjoying a Westerly aspect with a high degree of privacy. There is a gravel parking bay to the side of the cottage.
Four Double Bedrooms
Two Ensuite Bathrooms
Lots of Character and Period Features
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