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Standing centrally within the village is this attractive Grade II listed cottage which dates back in part to the 16th century and has been more recently extended to create a comfortable welcoming home which has been modernised and decorated with a heritage colour scheme. The cottage offers a kitchen fitted with a John Lewis of Hungerford kitchen with an oil fired AGA and integral fridge/freezer, dishwasher and also includes the old copper. The adjoining dining room is a beautiful room which is dual aspect and has polished reclaimed timber floorboards, fireplace and exposed beams and stonework. From here stairs lead up to the first floor. On the other side of the kitchen there is a light and airy sitting room with inglenook fireplace with bread oven and underfoot is Jerusalem limestone. This room is the hub of the house and takes advantage of the dual aspect making it light and airy; stairs from here lead to the first floor. A further door opens into corridor with doors to a cloakroom and a useful utility room with space and plumbing for white goods beyond which lies a superb garden room extension complete with light atrium. This room has doors to the outside and is versatile in nature as it benefits from an ensuite tiled shower room and chrome fittings.
On the first floor via the main staircase there is a family bathroom with reclaimed Oak flooring, bespoke stone sink, large double bath and shower, as well as having many exposed timbers. There are three bedrooms which have been decorated with neutral tones and painted floorboards making them most inviting.
The village of Lockeridge is situated approximately 3 miles to the west of Marlborough which offers a good range of services and amenities. Village amenities include a village primary school and public house The Who'd a Thought It. There is a mainline railway station at Pewsey (about 6 miles) providing fast access to London Paddington in approximately 1 hour and approximately 15 miles to the east lies the M4. The countryside surrounding Lockeridge is designated as An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there are many footpaths and bridleways around the village and the West Woods of Savernake Forest are close by.
The property gardens are set behind a sarsen dry stone wall with cobbled path which runs along the front to the back garden. The front garden has attractive fully stocked, shaped borders and neat privet hedges with herb garden and pond. There is an ideally placed paved sun terrace which catches the afternoon sunshine. A listed hedge divides the garden beyond which there lies the main lawn which has numerous fruit trees including pear, apple and plum trees alongside a mature willow tree. Situated off the back of the garden room there is a lovely circular paved terrace with a retaining wall and steps leading up to a pedestrian gate to the track and the main garden. This is a superb position in which to enjoy the surroundings. Also within the grounds there is a timber storage shed with hard standing beneath and a potting shed. At the top of the garden there is gravel parking for several cars with vehicular access off the track.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating and AGA. Water softener.
Bedroom 4/Garden Room
Mature Landscaped Gardens
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