Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4

With the original Victorian house, believed to have been built in the mid 18th Century and then extended in the mid 1980's, this larger than average four bedroom detached home offers an abundance of charm, and potential to someone looking to enhance its already character rich features in a highly popular village. With stunning views over the downs towards Cherhill Monument and the beginning of the Wansdyke medieval embankment, the house is set in the heart of an area of outstanding natural beauty. The house was further extended in 2011 to allow for a study room and en-suite upstairs along with a conservatory downstairs.

On the ground floor, walking in through the porch /boot room is a good sized reception room with inglenook fireplace with log burner and staircase leading to first floor. Moving through to the rear of the house is a dining room, opening to a large reception room with sliding doors to rear garden. There is a modern kitchen with a range of wall and floor units and fitted dishwasher, fridge-freezer and additional separate freezer. There is a downstairs WC and conservatory to the side of the house.

On the first floor upstairs is an en-suite master bedroom, three further bedrooms, a study/box room and a family bathroom.

The gardens are well established and back onto fields with slightly elevated views. There is a block paved driveway to the front with room enough for three cars. There is an outbuilding in the garden to the side of the house. The house is offered with no onward chain.


The property is set in a rural position with enviable views across fields to the rear from the first floor. The Anglo Saxon village of Heddington is situated within the fabulous Marlborough Downs. The village offers a Public House, Primary School and Church and is located within perfect countryside for dog walkers and horse riders. The Georgian City of Bath is only an short drive away, as are Salisbury and Marlborough. Even closer is Devizes, the central market town of Wiltshire, home to quaint courtyards, alleyways and all sorts of craft and specialist shops. The village is also famous for its annual Steam Rally & Country Fair.

Property Information

Tenure: Freehold

Local Authority: Wiltshire Council

Council Tax Band: F

EPC Rating: D

Mains water, drainage and electricity.

Oil fired central heating.

Arrange viewing 01380 698006

Strakers - Devizes

6 - 7 Market Place, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 1HT

See all properties from this agent

Send me homes like this by email