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This is one of our Equestrian Properties.
EQUESTRIAN - An attractive and spacious four bedroom detached bungalow with ample parking and lovely south facing gardens with the benefit of a stable, field shelter and adjoining paddock and enjoying direct access to hacking over the Salisbury Plain. The house has been recently refurbished to a high standard and offers light and versatile accommodation. The kitchen/breakfast room has an excellent range of cupboards with granite work surfaces, a centre island with breakfast bar and is fitted with a Rangemaster cooker and there is a separate utility room. Of particular note is the sitting room, a lovely light room with French Doors to the garden and fitted with a multi-fuel stove, double doors open into the spacious dining room. There are four bedrooms and a family bathroom, the guest bedroom has an ensuite shower room, built in cupboards and a fine outlook over the paddock. The fabulous master bedroom has triple wardrobes, a multi fuel stove, patio doors to the garden and a stylish ensuite shower room which has under floor heating.
This property is featured by our Equestrian department.
Everleigh is a small rural village set on the edge of Salisbury Plain and the Pewsey Vale. The surrounding countryside offers a wealth of leisure and sporting facilities and superb and extensive hacking. The outstanding Indian restaurant 'The Goa' is situated in the village and there is a general store with a Post Office in the nearby village of Collingbourne Ducis. Further day-to-day services can be found in Pewsey (5 miles), which has a main line railway station to London Paddington (1 hour), additional rail services can be found at Andover and Grateley accessing London Waterloo. The larger centres of Marlborough and Salisbury are close at hand and offer a wide range of leisure and shopping opportunities. Access to the M4 is at junction 14 (Hungerford) and the A303 to the south links to the M3. There is a good range of state and public schools to be found locally including St. Francis, Marlborough College and Leadenhall and Godolphin in Salisbury.
A five bar gate leads to ample parking in front of the attached garage, there is a gravel turning circle and space for a horsebox. The timber stable has a tack room and a hay store to the side and a path leads to the paddock with a field shelter. The grounds extend to just over 1 acre in all which includes the paddock which is enclosed in post and rail fencing. The lovely rear garden is south facing and mainly laid to lawn with a decked sun terrace. There are raised vegetable beds and a large period style greenhouse.
Master Bedroom Suite with Ensuite Shower Room
Guest Bedroom with Ensuite Shower Room
Two Further Bedrooms
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