This handsome Edwardian semi-detached house certainly has the 'Wow Factor' with a light spacious and beautifully presented interior that combines a harmonious mix of period charm, combined with contemporary modern style.
From the moment you cross the threshold you can see the great attention to detail that has gone into making this home stand out from the crowd. The house is tastefully decorated with relaxing and tasteful Farrow & Ball colour palettes and retains immense charm and character. The house is on the fashionable South side of Devizes and is within a short level stroll of the historic town centre.
The accommodation is both light and spacious and briefly comprises; welcoming reception hall, understairs cloakroom, bay fronted sitting room with log burner, kitchen/dining room with large French doors opening onto the delightful mature rear garden, useful utility room and downstairs study which has been tastefully converted to feel comfortable in all seasons. On the first floor is a spacious landing with three good sized bedrooms and a stylish family bathroom. On the second floor is the principal bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a beautifully presented en-suite shower room.
The delightful mature level rear garden is a gardener’s paradise with a profusion of plants and flower beds. It is very private and is fully enclosed, ideal for young children. At the rear of the garden is a useful shed and a pergola designed to capture the evening sun, perfect for relaxing at the end of the day with a cool glass of wine. The garden adjoins playing fields which adds an almost rural feel.
The house is approached via a gravel driveway, which provides parking and turning space. Gas central heating and the more traditional feature of log burners warm the house.
A truly special family home.
Devizes is a splendid historic market town that still hosts a weekly traditional outdoor market. There is an excellent range of shopping facilities and the town provides easy access to the larger cities of Georgian Bath and the cathedral city of Salisbury. There are mainline railway stations at nearby Pewsey and Chippenham (London, Paddington) approx. one hour twenty minutes with junction 17 of the M4 motorway also close at hand.