The White House, Smithy Lane,, Woodborough, Pewsey, Wiltshire SN9

Asking Price £550,000 | under offer

A delightful period property in a tranquil location with unrestricted views across The Pewsey Vale.

  • Freehold
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • 3 Baths
  • House
  • Semi Detached
  • Garden
  • Patio
  • 1,712 Approx Sq ft



The White House is situated in a quiet no through lane with open countryside views to the North and South, in the desirable village of Woodborough. Comprised mainly of period properties, Woodborough is one of three closely linked hamlets which between them offer a nursery/garden centre, public house/restaurant, primary school and church. The larger town of Pewsey provides more extensive facilities including main line rail services to Newbury, Reading and

London (Paddington approximately 1 hour) and the South West. The historic market towns of Marlborough and Devizes are approximately 8 miles away, the Cathedral city of Salisbury is approximately 22 miles to the south, and to

the north junctions 15/16 offer access to the M4 motorway, beyond which is Swindon. The Kennet and Avon canal runs close by the village and there is excellent walking and riding country with the Downs nearby.


1 The White House dates originally from 1870 with later additions, constructed of white rendered elevations relieved by Georgian style double glazed windows under a slate roof. It provides excellent, well planned family accommodation with two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, two further bedrooms and family bathroom. The property is particularly light throughout with views across The Pewsey Vale and to The White Horse and has retained a number of period features including a log burner in the living room, Victorian fireplaces in the dining room, bedroom 3 and bathroom. The kitchen was fitted by John Lewis in antique oak with Corian work surfaces and integrated appliances.


To the rear of the property is an idyllic family garden, which is further enhanced by uninterrupted views of the beautiful surrounding countryside. The mature garden is mainly laid to lawn, with a small patio area ideal for evening entertaining. The garden has a number of carefully shaped flower beds displaying a wide variety of plants typical of a traditional country home, complemented by a Pear and Apple tree. The gardens are continued to the side and the front of the property where additional unobstructed views can be found, along with a low maintenance gravel area complemented by flowering shrubs. The front of the property also comprises a tarmac driveway with parking for 3 cars plus single

garage with storage. The property sits within grounds of approximately 1/3 acre.


01672 514 916

93 High Street
Marlborough SN8 1HD