Pagnell Lane, Littleton Panell

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4

With the original bungalow built in 1930, the property has since been extended over the years, and occupies a large central plot. This bungalow really will make the ideal home for a family looking to be walking distance to Dauntsey's School, but also looking for privacy as well as stunning views.

Walking in through the main door and into the utility room with vaulted ceiling there is an immediate sense of space. The utility has a range of units, plumbing for white good and leads round to a door to the side of the house and access to the garden and outbuilding. The utility room opens into the kitchen with a range of wall and floor units, solid oak flooring, windows to the side of the house, breakfast bar and integrated appliances. Leading into the expansive hallway from the kitchen with continuation of oak flooring, with staircase leading to first floor, there is a another main door to the side of the house. The warm and welcoming main reception/sitting room to the front of the house with feature fireplace with multi fuel burner, is carpeted throughout, has windows to the side of the house and front. The dining room is accessed from the hallway, has wooden flooring and again feels light and airy with a window to the side, as well as the rear. The larger than average study room is located to the rear of the house with wooden flooring, character feature fire place, large storage cupboard and door leading to summer room. The rear summer room is accessed also from the hallway via double doors, opens onto the garden with downstairs WC and further storage cupboard. Upstairs is a master bedroom with en-suite, three further double bedrooms and separate family bathroom. The garden offers stunning views to the rear, there is an expansive driveway, large double garage and a further workshop with an overall plot of circa 0.27 acres.


This charming bungalow is situated down a small lane close to the centre of the village. Littleton Panell and its neighbouring village of West Lavington, has a range of local amenities which include a local store/ Post Office, public houses, primary and comprehensive schools, a church, playing field and the renowned Dauntsey's School. Devizes town centre is approximately five miles to the north offering a wide range of amenities and a bustling weekly market. The centres of Bath, Salisbury, Swindon, Chippenham, Marlborough, Andover and Trowbridge are all within a 30 mile radius. Westbury train station is approximately twenty minutes drive away with direct lines running to London Paddington and Bristol.

Property Information

Tenure: Freehold / Council Tax: Band E / EPC Rating: E

Services: Oil fired heating. Mains water, electricity and drainage.

In a Conservation Area.

01380 698006

Strakers - Devizes

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

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