Occupying an idyllic position in a peaceful country lane enjoying fine views from the rear towards open countryside and close to some quite spectacular down land scenery.
A charming extended period cottage. You immediately feel at home as you cross the threshold and appreciate just how well the mix of contemporary style and period charm complement each other.
The accommodation is both light and spacious and offers great flexibility in its arrangement and briefly comprises; reception and inner halls, fine sitting room with a wood burning stove and French doors opening onto the delightful rear garden, separate dining, which also has a wood burning stove and a breakfast room, which both lead onto the garden, a stunning and contemporary fitted kitchen, utility/cloakroom and a study.
On the first floor is a large master bedroom with en-suite and a Juliette balcony (which will be installed in November) designed to take full advantage of the stunning rural outlook. three further bedrooms and an attractive family bathroom.
The delightful mature private landscaped gardens are designed for ease of maintenance and are an absolute delight, you can dine alfresco beneath the pergola on the seclude terrace, snooze in the hammock or simply relax and unwind with a cool glass of wine and savour the fine rural outlook.
There is generous driveway parking and a large detached fully renovated garage/workshop, which has been specifically designed as a cycling suite with additional parking. Warmed by oil central heating, both radiator and underfloor in the kitchen and the more traditional feature of two wood burning stoves. The cottage is enhanced by fine white marble and wooden flooring in certain rooms, and brand new Techniglaze grey aluminium double-glazed windows and French doors.
A rare find indeed and offered with no forward chain.
This area is steeped in history and is believed to hold a place in English history, for it was probably here that King Alfred the Great won a decisive battle against the Danes at the Battle of Ethandun, thus saving the foundations of England. Edington is a highly prized village that lies c.9 miles from the historic old market town of Devizes. There is a strong community spirit with many events held throughout the year, including a nationally famous annual music festival. Local facilities include; a church and ancient Priory, post office, gastro pub, and farm shop with microbrewery. A very special place in which to live. Primary schools at nearby Bratton and Great Cheverell. With senior schools In Market Lavington and Dauntsey's private school at West Lavington.