This delightful semi-detached cottage occupies an idyllic and peaceful position approached over a pedestrian pathway in this picturesque village which lies within the conservation area of the stunning Vale of Pewsey close to some quite spectacular scenery.
The accommodation is far larger than you first imagine, and although in good order now offers tremendous scope for further improvement.
The accommodation which is arranged over two floors briefly comprises; spacious reception hall, a sitting room which has an open fire and a separate dining room, and a smart family bathroom. There is a kitchen/breakfast room with a cloakroom leading off, a very useful utility/boot room and a smart family bathroom.On the first floor are the three double bedrooms, one of which has useful built in eaves storage.cupboards.
The large well-tended corner plot gardens are truly magnificent and are a noteworthy feature of this lovely cottage home, there is a very productive vegetable plot, a fine greenhouse and a useful brick built shed with light and power.
The cottage is warmed by oil fired central heating and enhanced by double glazing and cavity wall insulation.
This a very rare opportunity to acquire a delightful village home with scope to modernize to personal taste in this highly sought-after village.
Lockeridge is a pretty village in the Vale of Pewsey. The village has a primary school, a public house and a village hall. The larger town of Marlborough is close by. Marlborough is a thriving market town with an extensive range of shopping facilities, a twice weekly market, various restaurants and pubs, including Rick Stein's, Dan's, ASK as well as several coffee shops. The Leisure Centre and Golf Club provide excellent sporting facilities. It is well served by an excellent range of state and independent schools, including St John's, St Peter's, Marlborough College, St Francis and Pinewood. The countryside surrounding Marlborough is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and offers good walking, cycling and leisure opportunities with the Savernake Forest, Kennet and Avon Canal, and the world Heritage Sites of Avebury and Silbury Hill all nearby. The M4, Junction 15 is within 15 miles giving access to London and the West Country. There are mainline rail services from Pewsey and Great Bedwyn to London Paddington (approximately 1 hour 15 minutes).