Maple Close, Pewsey, Wiltshire, SN9

£235,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Located in the popular town of Pewsey is this three bedroom semi-detached family home, built in the 1990's. The downstairs benefits from open plan accommodation; the welcoming sitting/dining room has attractive wooden flooring with double doors giving access to the rear garden. Leading from the dining area is the kitchen, with a good range of floor and wall units, the appliances will be left at the property (fridge freezer, oven, washing machine and dishwasher).

On the first floor is the master bedroom, with two additional bedrooms, all served by the family bathroom.

Situation

Quickly becoming one of the most popular areas in Wiltshire, Pewsey offers excellent local amenities including a supermarket, pharmacy, doctor's surgery, sports centre, tennis club and several pubs. The historic market towns of Marlborough, Devizes and Hungerford are close by, whilst the larger centres of Salisbury, Andover, Newbury and Swindon are within easy travelling distance. There are excellent local schools in the area, with St John's Academy, Marlborough College, Dauntsey's and St. Francis Prep all nearby. It is in an Area of Outstanding Beauty situated close the Kennet & Avon canal, and has been developed as a popular heritage tourism destination for boating, canoeing, fishing, walking and cycling. There are direct train services to London Paddington and the South West from Pewsey Station, which is around a six minute walk from the property. The M4 (junction 15) about 15 miles north, and the A303 (M3) is about 14 miles to the south.

Outside

The property has useful side access to the rear garden, being mainly laid to lawn with a paved area, which is ideal for outside entertaining. To the front of the property is private parking, external storage area and a detached single garage.

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