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Grants Road, Enford, Pewsey, SN9

Enford

Guide price £247,500

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This 1950s mid terrace three bedroom family home is set in the quiet village of Enford. The property is located in the heart of the village not far from the highly regarded Swan Inn. The village backs onto Salisbury Plain and is surrounded by rolling chalk downland, ideal for walking and riding.

The property offers great versatile accommodation. The pretty front garden leads you to the entrance of this double fronted home, with a great sized bright kitchen with ample space for a kitchen table and chairs, and a separate dining room which could be used as a second lounge or snug. The lounge is double aspect and has a woodburner that will make for cosy evenings. There is also a useful utility with a door which leads to a mature garden with patio area and raised vegetable beds.

The stairs lead to three good size bedrooms, one which is currently being used as a study and a family bathroom.

AT A GLANCE:
• Lounge with woodburner
• Dining room
• Large kitchen
• Utility
• Three Bedrooms
• Bathroom
• Front and Back Garden

Services: Mains Water, Electric, Gas central heating with gas cylinders

Council Tax Band: C
EPC: E

Location
Enford is a sought after residential area, off main roads with lots of charm set on the banks of the River Avon. The village is surrounded by rolling chalk downland, ideal for walking and riding. The property is located in the heart of the village not far from the Swan Inn and Enford Bridge, which links the village to the main A345. The National Cycle Network also runs directly through Enford and the village backs onto Salisbury Plain, a popular walking spot. The Michelin starred restaurant of the Red Lion Pub is in nearby East Chisenbury. Enford is a lively village with a host of activities on offer from body conditioning and bowls to art and a film club. This is a village with the community truly at its heart.

The villages of Netheravon and Upavon both have shops, post office and a church. Netheravon has a good primary school, while the market towns of Marlborough and Devizes have a more extensive range of shops and amenities. Mainline train services are available at Grateley and Salisbury (20 and 30 mins’ drive respectively), which service Waterloo and Pewsey, which services Paddington (15 mins’ drive). The A303/M3 (junction at Amesbury) provides good road access to east and west.

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This 1950s mid terrace three bedroom family home is set in the quiet village of Enford. The property is located in the heart of the village not far from the highly regarded Swan Inn. The village backs onto Salisbury Plain and is surrounded by rolling chalk downland, ideal for walking and riding.

The property offers great versatile accommodation. The pretty front garden leads you to the entrance of this double fronted home, with a great sized bright kitchen with ample space for a kitchen table and chairs, and a separate dining room which could be used as a second lounge or snug. The lounge is double aspect and has a woodburner that will make for cosy evenings. There is also a useful utility with a door which leads to a mature garden with patio area and raised vegetable beds.

The stairs lead to three good size bedrooms, one which is currently being used as a study and a family bathroom.

AT A GLANCE:
• Lounge with woodburner
• Dining room
• Large kitchen
• Utility
• Three Bedrooms
• Bathroom
• Front and Back Garden

Services: Mains Water, Electric, Gas central heating with gas cylinders

Council Tax Band: C
EPC: E

Location
Enford is a sought after residential area, off main roads with lots of charm set on the banks of the River Avon. The village is surrounded by rolling chalk downland, ideal for walking and riding. The property is located in the heart of the village not far from the Swan Inn and Enford Bridge, which links the village to the main A345. The National Cycle Network also runs directly through Enford and the village backs onto Salisbury Plain, a popular walking spot. The Michelin starred restaurant of the Red Lion Pub is in nearby East Chisenbury. Enford is a lively village with a host of activities on offer from body conditioning and bowls to art and a film club. This is a village with the community truly at its heart.

The villages of Netheravon and Upavon both have shops, post office and a church. Netheravon has a good primary school, while the market towns of Marlborough and Devizes have a more extensive range of shops and amenities. Mainline train services are available at Grateley and Salisbury (20 and 30 mins’ drive respectively), which service Waterloo and Pewsey, which services Paddington (15 mins’ drive). The A303/M3 (junction at Amesbury) provides good road access to east and west.

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