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Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 3BQ

3 bedrooms | Terraced house | Under Offer

Guide Price £290,000

Property type
Terraced House
Reception rooms

Key features

Short, level stroll into the Market Town Centre

Three double bedrooms

Private off road parking

Scope to improve

South facing garden

Stones throw from the Devizes Crammer

Property Description

Take the short stroll into town or relax in the delightful south facing rear garden. This charming bay fronted Edwardian terrace house offers considerable character and a most convenient position, with the added benefit of off road parking and no onward chain.

The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hallway with original archway, separate sitting room with patio doors which lead out to the garden & bay fronted dining room which is completely interchangeable with the sitting room depending on lifestyle and preference. Good sized kitchen offering plenty of scope and a downstairs cloakroom leading off of the entrance hallway.

On the first floor are three double bedrooms, one with an original cast iron fireplace and a shower room. Some neighbours have converted the attic to allow for even more space if it is of any interest to you.

The delightful south facing garden is a gardener's delight, fully enclosed and and sunny all year round. The current owners have had the kerb dropped and the front garden paved to allow for private off-road parking which is a great addition.

The property is situated within walking distance of multiple primary schools throughout Devizes, such as Nursteed school & Southbroom school and also only a stones throw away from Devizes School & Sixth Form College. Amenity options are abundant being within a five minute walk from Morrisons and a ten minute walk from the Devizes Town Centre.

Warmed by gas central heating and enhanced by double glazing. A charming period style home in a most convenient and sought after location. Essential viewing material.

Devizes is a splendid historic market town that still hosts a weekly traditional outdoor market.
There is an excellent range of shopping facilities and the town provides easy access to the larger cities of Georgian Bath and the cathedral city of Salisbury. There are mainline railway stations at nearby Pewsey and Chippenham (London, Paddington) approx. one hour twenty minutes, with junction 17 of the M4 motorway close at hand.


Tenure: Freehold
All mains’ services connected
Council tax band: C
EPC rating: D

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