Walnut Close, Urchfont


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  • Bedrooms: 3

Believed to have been built in 1967 this remarkably well finished and presented three bedroom detached bungalow offers contemporary living within the highly desirable village of Urchfont and with the added benefit of being in a quiet cul de sac.

With extensive parking to the front and a lovely lawned garden the property also has a large rear garden with raised decking area, beautiful vegetable area to the rear and established borders as well as a patioed area.

There are three bedrooms, two of which are large doubles. The master bedroom has built in storage and all three are finished to an impressive standard. The kitchen has a range of wall and floor units, finished in a gloss white finish with wooden work surfaces and wooden flooring which continues throughout the property. There is a utility room off the kitchen which has access through to the rear garden. There is a beautifully finished modern shower room and a separate WC.

There is a multi aspect and semi open plan dining room leading to sitting room with exposed brick wall and integrated log burner. Outside there is an attached garage to the side of the property.

Improvements made include new wiring and electrics, PV panels to the roof, a new shower room has been installed also. The property is offered with no chain.


Urchfont is the quintessential English village, renowned for its charming central duck pond, stunning village Green and fine period properties; picturesque and with a thriving community, it is situated in the famous Pewsey Vale surrounded by rolling downland and unspoilt open countryside. There is a successful community shop/post office to meet the demands and needs of residents and the Urchfont Church of England Primary School was recently awarded Good status by Ofsted. For Secondary Schooling, Urchfont lies in the catchment area of nearby Market Lavington. There is a very popular village public house, The Lamb. There is also a village hall that hosts an incredible number of social clubs and societies. For sports enthusiasts the village boasts a Badminton Club, Football and Tennis Clubs, and a Cricket Club. There is also an annual scarecrow festival (Urchfont was the first village in Wiltshire to start one up).

Property Information

Tenure: Freehold

Local Authority: Wiltshire Council

Council Tax Band: D

EPC Rating: B

Mains drainage, water and electricity connected. Electric Heating

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