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A contemporary terraced coach house located in this convenient central village location, ideal for all the amenities and train station.
The property has been beautifully modernised to offer open plan living which has a light and airy feel with attractive bay window to the front and has stylish neutral decor throughout. The relaxing sitting room extends into the kitchen which offers a wealth of cupboards with timber worktops, butlers sink and a breakfast bar. This is the hub of the house and makes for an excellent entertaining space. To the rear of the ground floor there is a conservatory which is currently used as a dining room. Double doors from the conservatory extend onto the garden. A cloakroom completes downstairs.
Upstairs the main bedroom overlooks the garden. The remaining bedrooms are light and within easy reach of the centrally located family bathroom.
The house is situated in Pewsey, a large village at the centre of the Vale of Pewsey, in an Area of Outstanding Beauty situated close to the Kennet & Avon canal, which has been developed as a popular heritage tourism destination for boating, canoeing, fishing, walking and cycling. There are plenty of local amenities including a supermarket, pharmacy, doctor’s surgery, sports centre, tennis club and several pubs. The historic market town of Marlborough is about 7 miles north, with an extensive range of amenities. There are excellent local schools in the area, with St John’s Academy, Marlborough College and Dauntsey’s all nearby. There are regular direct train services to London Paddington and the South West from Pewsey Station (0.4 miles, about 8 minute walk), with the M4 (junction 15) about 15 miles north, and the A303 (M3) is about 14 miles to the south.
The house has a very attractive enclosed rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn and a pretty seating area perfect for outside entertaining. The garden is partially walled and fenced making it private and it backs on to the River Avon at the end of the garden, where there is also a large shed/workshop.
There is parking for two cars located to the rear in the Co-op car park.
All mains services connected. Lease is 125 years from June 1997.
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