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This attractive modern semi detached house is located within a small cul de sac of just 8 properties and offers light and airy accommodation. The accommodation comprises of a good sized sitting room with wooden flooring and large picture window to the south-east facing front. The kitchen has an attractive traditional rustic style with a Belfast sink in bespoke cupboards and is fitted with an oil Rayburn; there is a door to the rear courtyard. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a good sized bathroom. The attic offers good head space and the opportunity to add another room, subject to the necessary planning consents. In all this is an excellent house set the heart of a very popular and sought after village.
The sought after village of Aldbourne nestles at the confluence of five downland valleys. Approached over farmland, this highly regarded village is centred on The Square with its duck pond and a delightful village green. The village offers a good range of shops, with a village shop with Post office and cafe, 2 pubs and facilities, including a good primary school and it has an active village community. The village falls into the St. Johns catchment area. The market towns of Marlborough and Hungerford are both about 8 miles away. The commercial centre of Swindon is approximately 7 miles and Swindon and Hungerford provide a main line station with services to London Paddington. The M4 motorway at either junction 15 (about 7 miles) or junction 14 (about 10 miles).
The house has an allocated parking space and a pretty garden to the front with side access. To the rear is an enclosed courtyard for easy maintenance. There is a large studio fitted with light and power.
Two Double Bedrooms
St. Johns Catchment
No Onward Chain
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