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Kings Road, Easterton, SN10

2 bedroom house

Guide price £595,000 Freehold

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  • Delightful Period Detached Property  |  Character Features Throughout  |  3 Bedrooms 4 Receptions 2 Bathrooms  |  Popular Village Location  |  Gardens, Detached Garage & Parking  |  Catchment for Lavington School  |  Scope for Extension (Subject to Planning)

A very special cottage built in 1901 and comprehensively and sensitively updated in the last five years. With a charming garden on three sides and a super verandah from which to enjoy it, this is a rare and magical place.

Built in 1901, Paxton Cottage is an absolutely delightful property crammed with period features and is beautifully restored to a very high standard by the current owner. With gardens of over a third of an acre including a wonderful timber verandah, terraces, lawns and produce area, this is a home that would suit a gardener just as much as someone more comfortable sitting on the verandah admiring the view!
There is a delightful annexe over the sturdy garage and carport with a kitchen /utility and a workshop downstairs. At the top of the garden, a timber home office, insulated and with electricity installed.
AT A GLANCE
Hallway
Shower room
Kitchen / breakfast room
Dining room
Sitting room
Study
Music room
UPSTAIRS
Two double bedrooms
Family bathroom
OUTSIDE
good sized gardens with lawns, terrace, produce garden with sheds, fruit cage and greenhouse. Home office
Garage and carport, driveway parking, log store,
Large bedroom (III) above.
SERVICES
Mains electricity and water. Septic tank drainage. Oil fired central heating. Gas Bottled Range Cooker.
Wiltshire Council Tax Band F
EPC F

Directions
From the Market Place in Devizes leave town on the A360 toward Salisbury. Drive down, through Potterne and continue to Black Dog Crossroads then turn left toward Market Lavington. Head up Spin Hill and just after the summit turn left into Kings Road. Continue along the lane for about a mile and toward the bottom of the hill Paxton Cottage will be found on the right hand side (if you come to the Church you will have come slightly too far). Please park in front of the garage.

Location
Easterton is a sought after village between Urchfont and Market Lavington and sits beneath Salisbury Plain which affords wonderful walking opportunities.
There is a popular pub in the village and Market Lavington has everything from a doctor's surgery to a library, hairdresser, post office and butcher. The pretty market towns of Devizes and Marlborough are close enough for everyday shopping and come with a wide range of supermarkets and independent shops, cafe's and restaurants. The historic cities of Bath and Salisbury are around 20 miles away and there are golf clubs at nearby North Wilts and Bowood.
Excellent schooling is available nearby for all ages in both the private and state sectors. Communications are good, with both the M3 and M4 motorways easily accessed and mainline stations within reach at both Pewsey and Chippenham (London Paddington just over an hour).

For More Local Information see; http://www.devizes.org.uk/

Inside Devizes

from a local eye view

In the area

"Sitting between Salisbury Plain and the Vale of Pewsey, Devizes is a pretty market town offering beautiful Georgian architecture, tranquility and a friendly community feel. With so much going on in the town there is something for everyone, including the amazing Devizes Arts Festival starting in June, many outdoor celebratory arts events such as the amazing confetti battle, street carnival, street performing arts and many more. Devizes has a beautiful Art Deco cinema which features all the latest live streamings from the National Theatre and Royal Opera House, as well as an Amateur Theatre situated on the edge of the canal at Devizes Wharf. There are many walks along the canal as well as in community woodland, all within a few minutes' walk of the centre. With good transport links and rail stations within a 20 minute drive, Devizes is accessible for all."

More about the Area

Gallery

A very special cottage built in 1901 and comprehensively and sensitively updated in the last five years. With a charming garden on three sides and a super verandah from which to enjoy it, this is a rare and magical place.

Built in 1901, Paxton Cottage is an absolutely delightful property crammed with period features and is beautifully restored to a very high standard by the current owner. With gardens of over a third of an acre including a wonderful timber verandah, terraces, lawns and produce area, this is a home that would suit a gardener just as much as someone more comfortable sitting on the verandah admiring the view!
There is a delightful annexe over the sturdy garage and carport with a kitchen /utility and a workshop downstairs. At the top of the garden, a timber home office, insulated and with electricity installed.
AT A GLANCE
Hallway
Shower room
Kitchen / breakfast room
Dining room
Sitting room
Study
Music room
UPSTAIRS
Two double bedrooms
Family bathroom
OUTSIDE
good sized gardens with lawns, terrace, produce garden with sheds, fruit cage and greenhouse. Home office
Garage and carport, driveway parking, log store,
Large bedroom (III) above.
SERVICES
Mains electricity and water. Septic tank drainage. Oil fired central heating. Gas Bottled Range Cooker.
Wiltshire Council Tax Band F
EPC F

Directions
From the Market Place in Devizes leave town on the A360 toward Salisbury. Drive down, through Potterne and continue to Black Dog Crossroads then turn left toward Market Lavington. Head up Spin Hill and just after the summit turn left into Kings Road. Continue along the lane for about a mile and toward the bottom of the hill Paxton Cottage will be found on the right hand side (if you come to the Church you will have come slightly too far). Please park in front of the garage.

Location
Easterton is a sought after village between Urchfont and Market Lavington and sits beneath Salisbury Plain which affords wonderful walking opportunities.
There is a popular pub in the village and Market Lavington has everything from a doctor's surgery to a library, hairdresser, post office and butcher. The pretty market towns of Devizes and Marlborough are close enough for everyday shopping and come with a wide range of supermarkets and independent shops, cafe's and restaurants. The historic cities of Bath and Salisbury are around 20 miles away and there are golf clubs at nearby North Wilts and Bowood.
Excellent schooling is available nearby for all ages in both the private and state sectors. Communications are good, with both the M3 and M4 motorways easily accessed and mainline stations within reach at both Pewsey and Chippenham (London Paddington just over an hour).

For More Local Information see; http://www.devizes.org.uk/

Live like a local

"Sitting between Salisbury Plain and the Vale of Pewsey, Devizes is a pretty market town offering beautiful Georgian architecture, tranquility and a friendly community feel. With so much going on in the town there is something for everyone, including the amazing Devizes Arts Festival starting in June, many outdoor celebratory arts events such as the amazing confetti battle, street carnival, street performing arts and many more. Devizes has a beautiful Art Deco cinema which features all the latest live streamings from the National Theatre and Royal Opera House, as well as an Amateur Theatre situated on the edge of the canal at Devizes Wharf. There are many walks along the canal as well as in community woodland, all within a few minutes' walk of the centre. With good transport links and rail stations within a 20 minute drive, Devizes is accessible for all."

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Latitude: 51.3 Longitude: -1.97