Great Bedwyn is a popular thriving village within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and set on the Southern edge of the Savernake Forest bordering the Kennet & Avon Canal. The village has its own store, Post office, 12th century church, public house, doctor’s surgery and well considered primary school. The sought after market towns of Marlborough and Hungerford lie some 8 miles away and offer a wide range of shopping and leisure facilities. There are many good schools in the area with St Francis at Pewsey, St John’s Academy in Marlborough, Marlborough College and St Mary’s and St Margaret’s, Calne.
The railway station in the village gives access to Hungerford, Newbury, Reading and London (Paddington) and the M4 can be joined at junctions 14 some 12 miles away.
The property lies in the heart of the village in a quiet lane with rural views and in walking distance from the shop and pubs.
This detached property is of brick elevations under a tiled pitched roof. The accommodation is well presented and provides spacious and light living accommodation. There is oil fired central heating.
Entrance Hall, Dining Room, Study, Sitting Room, Conservatory, Kitchen, Utility Room, Master Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom, Double Bedroom with En-Suite, two further Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom
The garden is mostly laid to lawn with mature plantings and shrubs. There is a single Garage and the drive provides private parking.
On entering the village, proceed down the hill passing The Three Tuns pub on the left and turn right into Back Lane, after the garage and before Church Street. Continue along the lane and Penlee will be found on the left
Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired heating.
Wiltshire Council. Tel: 0300 456 0100
Availability: March 2021
Pets: by negotiation
Term: long preferred
Deposit: a sum equating to 5 weeks’ rent
Rent: payable monthly in advance
Services: payable by the tenant