The wow factor in Worton. This beautifully presented early Victorian double fronted cottage has been sympathetically restored to exacting standards with great attention paid to detail.
The accommodation is far larger than first appears, and successfully combines a harmonious blend of period charm and contemporary modern style.
You will be delighted and enthralled as you cross the threshold and can immediately see the care that has gone into the restoration. You are received by an oak canopy porch and a reception hall,
sitting room with fine old brick fireplace, a separate dining room, which also has an impressive brick fireplace and a wood burning stove and the contemporary fitted kitchen and a spacious adjoining utility.
On the first floor is the principal bedroom which has a stylish en-suite, two further double bedrooms and a stylish family bathroom.
The delightful private fully enclosed rear garden has been attractively landscaped and faces south with pedestrian access to the garage with on-drive parking approached via a shared driveway at the side of the cottage.
Warmed by brand new electric radiator central heating and the more traditional feature of a wood burning stove and enhanced by double glazing.
A truly stunning village home and viewing will be an absolute delight.
The popular village of Worton, has a primary school, public house and church.
The village is in the catchment for the sought after Lavington Comprehensive School and is within a short commute from Dauntsey's, St Margaret's and St Mary's, Calne, Marlborough College and Warminster Schools. The nearby village of Potterne has an excellent village shop with a post office, public house and cricket club and it is just four miles to the market town of Devizes, which offers comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities, including a variety of supermarkets, Independent shops, restaurants and a cinema, library and theatre, as well as an impressive Thursday produce and antiques market. The golf clubs of North Wilts and Erlestoke are both within a short drive. The centres of Bath, Marlborough and Salisbury are all within thirty miles as is the M4 and A303. There are good mainline rail connections from Chippenham and Pewsey (Paddington around 70 minutes) and Grateley to Waterloo (around 80 minutes). The area is ideally situated for a range of rural pursuits including walking, cycling, shooting, riding and fishing