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Located in the desirable village of Urchfont stands this characterful grade II listed thatched cottage. The property has an abundance of beautiful period features including exposed beams, large fireplaces and pretty windows which have been complimented by the stylish contemporary fittings. Red Hone Cottage is beautifully appointed and has been decorated with an appealing heritage palette of colour giving it an inviting and sumptuous feel. The layout is versatile and there is space to accommodate everyone.
On the ground floor there are 3 bright and homely reception rooms as well as an Amdega conservatory which connects the garden to the cottage. A superbly fitted bespoke kitchen forms the hub of the house and has custom made curved cupboards with sleek granite work tops.
The first floor is accessed via 2 separate staircases with the main one leading to the older part of the cottage where there are 4 bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom has a Jack and Jill shower room which cleverly joins the second staircase via a landing where there is a 5th bedroom/office. The design makes it versatile and perfect for those working from home or visiting guests.
All these factors combined with the prime location within this thriving village, and the connectivity to both road and rail links all make this an appealing abode.
Urchfont is a pretty and unspoilt Wiltshire village with a strong community spirit which has an excellent primary school, post office and community shop, public house, 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 AONB. 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 Paddington and the M4 lies to the north (J16 &17) and the A303/M3 to the south. There are well regarded schools nearby in Marlborough, Market Lavington, Devizes, Dauntseys and Pewsey.
Outside there is a private south facing paved sun terrace and garden laid to lawn with hedgerow borders. An ample parking area to the rear and garaging with a secure store all add to the overall package.
All mains services connected. Oil fired central heating.
Ensuite Shower Room
South Facing Garden
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