Quince cottage is an utterly charming village home which enjoys magnificent southerly views from the rear towards spectacular downland scenery. Beautifully presented and sympathetically restored with a stylish and elegant interior.
The accommodation is arranged over three floors and retains immense charm and considerable character with great attention paid to creating the period ambience of a Victorian country home.
The charming sitting room has am elegant period fireplace with an enclosed staircase rising to the first floor, there is a beautiful dining room with a wood burning stove and this room is perfect for candle lit dinning parties. The kitchen/breakfast room is perfect for informal meals and there is also a useful utility room.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms and a stylish family bathroom, with a further two bedrooms on the second floor, which have lots of useful storage space within the eves
There is a very pretty fully enclosed south facing rear garden which has a useful home office/studio and the unusual benefit with a period property in this village of a garage situated at the rear and approached via George Mews.
Warmed by modern electric radiator central heating and the more traditional features of an open fire and wood burning stove. A exceptional period home in a sought after and thriving village.
Market Lavington is a bustling village community six miles south of the historic market town of Devizes. There is an excellent range of local schools, all within easy walking distance: two sought-after primaries, the highly regarded Lavington secondary school, and Dauntsey's independent school. A convenience store, post office, medical centre, pharmacy, high-class butcher, two takeaways, hairdresser, church, museum, library, community hall, a village pub, and a range of small businesses, cater for all your everyday needs. The cathedral city of Salisbury lies within twenty miles, with Bath and Swindon also within easy reach. Pewsey mainline station is ten miles distant, with trains to London Paddington taking about one hour and twenty minutes.
There is a pedestrian access in favour of the adjoining cottage, however they do have alternative access through their own garage. There is also a flying freehold, which is quite common with older properties Pewsey mainline station is ten miles distant, with trains to London Paddington taking about one hour and twenty minutes.