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Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9

3 bed Detached house Sold Asking Price £530,000







Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9
Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9

Wilcot, Pewsey, SN9





Overview

Property Type
Detached house
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
2
Receptions
1

The Old Post Office is a Grade II-listed, three-bedroom, detached house in the beautiful village of Wilcot. The house, which sits in its own mature garden, is located on a quiet dead-end lane. Recently modernised and extended, it has a large kitchen/dining room and a spacious, well-appointed sitting room - with an open fire - as well as three good-sized bedrooms, two bathrooms (one of them en-suite) and a downstairs loo. (Total space: 1340 sq ft/124.5 sq m)

Nestled amid the rolling downs of the Pewsey Vale – a designated ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ - Wilcot has a thriving community life. There is a pub - The Golden Swan - a successful cricket team (with a popular juniors’ academy) and the medieval church is well attended on all the major festivals.  

Due to its unique character and special historical and architectural importance, Wiltshire Council has designated Wilcot as a Conservation Area. 

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Key Features

  • Large and modern kitchen/dining room with vaulted ceiling and tri-fold doors onto the terrace.
  • Comfortable, well-appointed sitting room with an open fire: cool in summer, cosy in winter.
  • Mature, south facing garden with a large and secluded terrace.
  • Much higher ceilings than you would usually find in cottages of this age.
  • Stunning location on a dead-end lane in a beautiful and traditional English village.
  • A vibrant local community built around the pub, cricket team and church.
  • Easy to get to London via train or car (1 to 1.5 hrs) but feels like you are much further away.
  • You can step out of the door and walk for miles amid rolling Wiltshire downland.
  • There is a walk-in wardrobe, large airing cupboard and plenty of storage space under the stairs.
  • Well regarded local schools, state and private.

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