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Bath Road, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10

4 bedroom house in Devizes

Guide price £565,000 Freehold

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Dating back to 1908 when it was built as a bungalow for Marye, the house had its second floor added in the late 1930's and the current owners have retained all the charming features that give a glimpse into its history whilst creating a spacious, warm and welcoming family home.

Quietly set back from the main road, Marye's Cottage is a substantial family home, filled with character and thoughtfully extended and updated by the present owners. They have put in a smart kitchen, bathrooms and decorated from top to bottom. There are stripped and polished floorboards, really beautiful ceramic fireplace surrounds in most of the rooms,

AT A GLANCE
Downstairs: brick porch
entrance hall
dining room
sitting room
play room
study
kitchen / breakfast room
conservatory
utility and cloakroom
Upstairs:
double aspect master bedroom
shower
three further good size bedrooms
family bathroom
Outside:
lawned front garden
spacious driveway with ample parking and garage
good size rear garden with paved terrace, lawn, raised beds and mature planting.

Directions
From our office in The Market Place, head onto Northgate Street towards Bath. Continue along the Bath Road and just before Townends Garden Centre, opposite the Black Horse pub, go through the five bar gate onto the driveway of the property.

Location
Set quarter of a mile from the Market Place, Marye's Cottage overlooks the wonderful Roundway Hill to the rear and the famous Kennet and Avon Canal is to the front (a lovely way to walk into town).

Devizes is a thriving market town with a wide range of independent shops, supermarkets including Sainsbury and Marks and Spencer Food, bars and restaurants. There is a bustling weekly produce and antiques market and monthly farmers market. The Wiltshire Heritage Museum is in the town as is a cinema, library, sports centre and theatre and there are exciting cultural and foodie festivals and a fabulous carnival each year. Golfing and riding are both well served locally and there is good walking along the Kennet and Avon Canal which runs through the town.

Devizes has schooling for all ages including both primary and secondary just across The Green, and the private sector is represented nearby by St Margaret's and St Mary's in Calne, Daunstey's and Marlborough College, all easily within a daily commute.

Both Chippenham and Pewsey railway stations are within half an hour (London Paddington circa 70 minutes) and the centres of Bath, Bristol and Salisbury are all within an hour's drive.

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

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Dating back to 1908 when it was built as a bungalow for Marye, the house had its second floor added in the late 1930's and the current owners have retained all the charming features that give a glimpse into its history whilst creating a spacious, warm and welcoming family home.

Quietly set back from the main road, Marye's Cottage is a substantial family home, filled with character and thoughtfully extended and updated by the present owners. They have put in a smart kitchen, bathrooms and decorated from top to bottom. There are stripped and polished floorboards, really beautiful ceramic fireplace surrounds in most of the rooms,

AT A GLANCE
Downstairs: brick porch
entrance hall
dining room
sitting room
play room
study
kitchen / breakfast room
conservatory
utility and cloakroom
Upstairs:
double aspect master bedroom
shower
three further good size bedrooms
family bathroom
Outside:
lawned front garden
spacious driveway with ample parking and garage
good size rear garden with paved terrace, lawn, raised beds and mature planting.

Directions
From our office in The Market Place, head onto Northgate Street towards Bath. Continue along the Bath Road and just before Townends Garden Centre, opposite the Black Horse pub, go through the five bar gate onto the driveway of the property.

Location
Set quarter of a mile from the Market Place, Marye's Cottage overlooks the wonderful Roundway Hill to the rear and the famous Kennet and Avon Canal is to the front (a lovely way to walk into town).

Devizes is a thriving market town with a wide range of independent shops, supermarkets including Sainsbury and Marks and Spencer Food, bars and restaurants. There is a bustling weekly produce and antiques market and monthly farmers market. The Wiltshire Heritage Museum is in the town as is a cinema, library, sports centre and theatre and there are exciting cultural and foodie festivals and a fabulous carnival each year. Golfing and riding are both well served locally and there is good walking along the Kennet and Avon Canal which runs through the town.

Devizes has schooling for all ages including both primary and secondary just across The Green, and the private sector is represented nearby by St Margaret's and St Mary's in Calne, Daunstey's and Marlborough College, all easily within a daily commute.

Both Chippenham and Pewsey railway stations are within half an hour (London Paddington circa 70 minutes) and the centres of Bath, Bristol and Salisbury are all within an hour's drive.

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"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."

Contact Devizes

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