Far larger than first appears. Behind the attractive brick façade of this charming period village home lies a spacious home of character.
This is the first time in over sixty years that this delightful home has come to the market, and now offers the new custodian a rare opportunity to update and improve the accommodation to personal taste.
The accommodation which faces south at the front is arranged over two floors and briefly comprises; reception hall, sitting room with wood burner, generous kitchen/breakfast room with cooking range and adjoining butler's pantry, delightful conservatory, and ground floor shower room with adjoining utility.
On the first floor are three bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Adjoining the house is a large useful outbuilding with garaging and a coal/log store with planning permission granted to convert to an annexe. Planning number 15/06909/FUL
There is a good size delightful sunny walled rear garden and generous parking, which is approached via a driveway approached from Rusty Lane.
An increasingly rare opportunity to acquire a period home for updating and improvement in this highly sought-after village location. No forward chain.
Seend is a thriving and popular village which offers a range of day-to-day facilities, including a shop and post office, primary school, church, and village hall. There are a comprehensive range of facilities in Devizes (5 miles) including several supermarkets, a cinema, busy antiques and general market, independent shops and restaurants and a sports centre.
The historic cities of Salisbury and Bath are within a forty-five-minute drive and there are mainline stations within half an hour at Pewsey, Trowbridge, and Chippenham to London Paddington (around 70 minutes).
The surrounding countryside offers a wealth of sporting and leisure opportunities including walking, riding and golf and the Kennet and Avon canal runs close by.