Estate Agents in Pewsey

Pewsey Estate and Letting Agents. At Jones Robinson, we value your home. 

Whether you’re looking to sell your home, buy or rent your property in Pewsey, or you'd like to book an expert valuation, our property experts based at our Devizes estate agents branch are here to help you explore our selection of properties for sale in Pewsey. Established in 1998, Jones Robinson is one of the leading estate agents covering Pewsey and the surrounding area, helping thousands of clients over the last 25 years.

As a business, we believe in strong values; not only maximising the value of your home but remaining true to our aim of looking after the interests of our customers. We pride ourselves on providing real and honest communication so that you will value the experience of selling or letting your home with us as much as we value acting for you.

Living in Pewsey

Pewsey is a charming village located in the county of Wiltshire. Situated amidst the stunning landscape of the Pewsey Vale, it offers a perfect blend of rural beauty and modern amenities. With a population of around 5,000, Pewsey maintains a close-knit community feel.

Living in Pewsey means being surrounded by picturesque countryside, rolling hills, and the serene Kennet and Avon Canal. The village is a haven for nature lovers, hikers, and cyclists, with numerous walking trails and outdoor activities to explore.

Despite its small size, Pewsey has a lively community spirit with local events, fairs, and markets held regularly. The village has all the essential amenities, including shops, pubs, cafes, and a railway station connecting to larger cities like London and Bath.

Pewsey is a desirable option for families because of its reputable educational facilities. There are several chances for socialising and staying active in the the community thanks to its recreational amenities, which include sports clubs and community centres.

For those looking for a quieter life away from the noise and bustle of major urban centres, Pewsey provides a laid-back and easygoing lifestyle. Whilst it may not have the same amount of activity and amenities as a metropolis, it more than makes up for this with its stunning scenery, friendly residents, and feeling of community pride!


Brief History of Pewsey

Pewsey has a long history that dates back to the Saxon era. Early settlements in the area are indicated by archaeological evidence. It was listed as "Pevesie" in the Domesday Book of 1086. Pewsey prospered as an agricultural hub over the years, thanks to its advantageous location along the Kennet and Avon Canal. The establishment of the Great Western Railway in the 19th century added to its wealth. The settlement assisted in the movement of supplies and agricultural goods.

Historic structures across Pewsey, such as the 12th-century St. John's Church, are clear examples of the town's rich history. The Pewsey White Horse, a chalk hill figure nearby, is a unique reminder of the town's early history. Pewsey is a lovely spot to learn history and take in the surrounding natural beauty today because it still retains its rural charm while embracing modern comforts.

Facts about Pewsey

  • King Alfred's Statue: The village is home to a statue of King Alfred the Great, a revered historical figure who ruled Wessex in the 9th century and famously fought against Viking invasions.

  • Oldest Fire Engine: Pewsey houses one of the oldest working fire engines in England, dating back to the 18th century, displayed at the Pewsey Heritage Centre.

  • Pewsey Feast: Pewsey hosts an annual traditional celebration called "Pewsey Feast," featuring a mix of carnival rides, local stalls and festivities, continuing a long-standing tradition.

  • Pewsey White Horse: The Pewsey White Horse, a hill figure carved into the chalk, was created in 1937 to commemorate the coronation of King George VI.

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