Duck Street


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5

Believed to have been built in 1964, this extraordinarily private home exudes rural charm in a highly sought after part of West Lavington. With a long driveway, tucked away from the public eye, this property would make the ideal home for a family looking for quiet, peaceful living within a semi-rural village location. With views over Salisbury Plain and within walking distance of Dauntseys School, the house is nestled within a 1.03 acre plot with a variety of trees and shrubbery in the garden.

On the ground floor of the house is a downstairs WC, a sitting room with views over the garden, leading onto a family room again with views. There is a downstairs utility room with lean-to attached with dual access either side, a long galley kitchen with a variety of wall and floor mounted units and appliances. There is a separate dining room leading off from the kitchen and a conservatory from the dining room to the read end of the house. Outside is a, enclosed courtyard to the rear. There are two storage rooms/pantries, one off the kitchen and one off the utility room.

Upstairs are five bedrooms, a family bathroom and another family shower room.

In the garden are two outbuildings, believed to have originally been cow sheds. There are outstanding views from the garden over Salisbury Plain. The garden is well maintained, fully enclosed and there is a long driveway with gates leading up from the end of Duck Street to the main house. There is a separate garage opposite the main entrance of the house at the top of the driveway.

Viewings are highly recommended to full appreciate the position and how well concealed the house is.


Local amenities include a local store/ Post Office, pharmacy, public houses, primary and comprehensive schools, GP surgery, a church, playing field and the renowned Dauntsey's School with Devizes town centre being five miles to the north offering a wide range of amenities and a bustling weekly market, cinema and theatre. The Cathedral City of Salisbury and the World Heritage City of Bath are easily accessible. The village lies on the northern slopes of Salisbury Plain with excellent communication to the surrounding areas. There are regular services to London Waterloo from Salisbury (19 miles) and London Paddington from Chippenham (13 miles). The A303 to the south gives access to the M3 and junction 15 of the M4 is approximately 20 miles. The centres of Marlborough, Andover, Chippenham, Trowbridge and Swindon, are also within a 30 mile radius. Good bus links from the village.

Property Information

Tenure: Freehold

Council Tax: Band: G

EPC Rating: E

Services: Oil central heating, mains water, drainage and electricity are connected.

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