Townsend, All Cannings, Wiltshire
- Semi-Detached Cottage
- Extended Accommodation
- Desirable Village Location
- Four Good Size Bedrooms
- Bathroom & En-suite
- High Spec Fitted Kitchen
- UPVC Double Glazed Windows
- Gardens & Driveway Parking
- Freehold Property
- Council Tax Band D
Property SummaryAn extended character cottage with an impressive loft conversion, driveway parking and well-tended gardens. Ideally situated on a no-through country lane in the sought after village of All Cannings, within walking distance to the shop, the pub (Kings Arms) and the outstanding Primary School.
The accommodation on the ground floor comprises an entrance hall, a cloakroom, a stunning open-plan kitchen/diner, a utility room and a large dual aspect sitting room featuring a working open fire. Hidden behind a latch door are the stairs rising to the first floor which comprises a huge second bedroom (potential to split into 2 bedrooms), a third double bedroom with a feature fireplace, a fourth dual aspect bedroom/study and a family-size bathroom with a large bath tub and a separate shower cubicle. The master suite completes the layout and occupies the whole of the second floor, featuring a large double bedroom, a luxury en-suite with spa bath and a walk-in wardrobe/storage area.
Externally, a tarmac driveway provides off-street parking for two cars with steps leading up to a gated sun terrace and an enclosed garden to the side, mainly laid to lawn, featuring raised beds and a twin pizza oven with wood store, an ideal area for outdoor entertaining. To the rear of the property there is a utility area with a timber garden shed and a further shed/workshop with light and power. The 'Worcester' oil-fired boiler is also located here along with a modern oil tank and a further gate, allowing easy access to re-fill the tank. Viewings are highly encouraged and by appointment only with Caulfields.
The thriving village of All Cannings provides a good range of amenities including a shop, a highly regarded C of E primary school, a church, a popular public house (Kings Arms) and village green. Devizes (5 miles) and Marlborough (11 miles) provide further facilities. Communications are well served with a main line train station at Pewsey (to London Paddington in 65 minutes), the M4 to the north and the A303 (M3) to the south. The stunning ancient landscape of the Pewsey Vale provides a wide range of leisure pursuits and is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Other historical sites and monuments such as Stonehenge, Avebury, Silbury Hill and the Kennett Long Barrow are all within easy reach as are Bath, Salisbury, Bristol, Swindon and London.
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