Drews Pond Lane


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  • Bedrooms: 4

Built by renowned local builders 'Rendells' in 1920, this spacious extended family home is a real delight both inside and out. Drews Pond Lane is a little known gem of a location that is close to the town but also has wonderful countryside walks on the doorstep. Internally a hallway with wood effect flooring has a refitted cloakroom. A separate dining room with bespoke oak dressers has an opening into a sitting room with a feature gas fireplace and sliding doors out to the garden. A breakfast room leads into the stylish dual aspect kitchen with granite effect worktops and well equipped with an integrated fridge/freezer, double oven, 4 ring gas hob and a washing machine. On the first floor the light landing has access up to a generous loft with potential for conversion to multiple rooms (subject to building regs approval). There is a large shower room complemented by an additional refitted family bathroom, 3 double bedrooms and a further single bedroom. Three of the bedrooms have fitted/built-in wardrobes.

Outside a big driveway provides parking for 5-6 cars. The attractive west facing landscaped rear garden enjoys an excellent amount of privacy. It features an extended patio sun terrace onto a level lawn with attractive planted flower beds, a Weeping Cherry, two Acers, a summerhouse, greenhouse, shed and further top patio seating area. The property is offered with no onward chain and an early viewing is strongly encouraged for a house of this size in a wonderful location such as this.


This beautifully appointed property is tucked away at the end of a private road, close to town, Wansdyke Primary School and Drews Pond woods. The property offers conditions of exceptional privacy yet is a convenient walk from shops and restaurants. Historic Devizes is bisected by the Kennet & Avon canal, part of a waterway joining London to Bristol and famed for its flight of twenty-nine locks, an engineering and aesthetic marvel walking distance from the town, and a paradise for canoeists, barges and anglers. Featuring a wealth of listed buildings and a weekly market, the bustling town enjoys a beautiful setting amidst Wiltshire's chalk downlands criss-crossed by ancient byways and prehistoric earthworks providing a scenic playground for walkers and cyclists. Cultural facilities include a museum, active theatre, cinema and vibrant live-music scene. The major centres of Bath, Salisbury, Swindon, Marlborough and Chippenham are all within a 30-mile radius.

Property Information

Tenure: Freehold

Council Tax: Band E

EPC Rating: E

Services: All mains services are connected.

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