A rare opportunity to acquire an extensive early Victorian 4/5 bedroom terraced house in a central Pewsey location.
30 High Street is a highly individual and flexible property, arranged over two floors and situated on the High Street in Pewsey, an historic market village with origins stretching back to Saxon times. The thriving settlement of Pewsey is set in the beautiful Wiltshire downland countryside of the Pewsey Vale, close to the Kennett and Avon canal. The well-serviced village offers schools, shops, a sports centre with swimming pool and a traditional country market within a short walk of the house. Communications are excellent as Pewsey is served by a mainline station; London (Paddington) is approximately one hour away. The historic market town of Marlborough is some 6 miles to the north and some 7 miles beyond is the access to the M4 motorway.
30 High Street is a period brick and render terraced house, double glazed with a slate roof, accessed from the High Street and extending rearwards to offer extensive and flexible accommodation. This well-presented and comfortable family home combines contemporary features with period elements with high ceilings, a bay window to the front, feature fireplaces, wooden and parquet flooring, deep skirting boards and some dado rails. The kitchen is fully fitted with a range of white units and has a tiled floor, whilst the hallway, dining room and sitting room have wooden flooring, with a wood burning stove in the central fireplace. On the first floor is a large light sitting room with a decorative fireplace, and a study, both of which could be used as bedrooms. There are three further very good double rooms, and three bathrooms. There is ample storage throughout, with some built in shelving and a generous airing cupboard. The house is well decorated, and offers gracious and spacious living in a convenient central location.
The property is approached from the High Street and has rear access to the garage. The fully-enclosed south-facing garden is mostly laid to lawn with steps to an upper area and well-stocked borders with perennials and shrubs to the sides. There is a paved terrace and a redundant air raid shelter, ideal as a ‘man cave’, as well as ample space for storage.