This utterly charming listed thatched 17th century semi-detached cottage retains immense charm and considerable character and is situated in the very heart of this picturesque Pewsey Vale village..
The accommodation is arranged over three floors and offers flexibility in its arrangement and briefly comprises on the ground floor; reception hall with cloakroom and utility leading off and the open plan sitting room with kitchen and dining areas.
On the first floor is the sitting room/bedroom two with inglenook fireplace and an attractive bathroom, and on the second floor is the beamed principal bedroom.
There is a delightful sunny well stocked rear garden(The garden is currently not divided with the adjoining cottage. Any division of the garden would need to be mutually agreed with the neighbour)
The cottage is warmed by electric radiator central heating and is offered with no forward chain.
Upavon is an unspoilt and sought after village in the heart of the Pewsey Vale and sits within a conservation area. The village provides good local amenities including a shop and Post Office, public houses, a doctor's surgery and a golf course. The small market town of Pewsey is about 4 miles to the north providing a wider range of shops and amenities together with a railway station with services to London Paddington (about 65 minutes). The old market town of Marlborough (about 10 miles), the city of Salisbury (about 16 miles) and the commercial centre of Andover (about 15 miles) are within easy striking distance. The M4 motorway lies to the north with the A303 (M3) to the south. There are good local schools including Dauntsey's (West Lavington, 8 miles) and St. Mary's (Calne, 9 miles).