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A beautifully presented family home in an elevated position set back from the road with spacious and versatile accommodation, with an annexe, large well maintained garden, secluded sun terrace/patio, and an extensive garage/workshop, sitting on a plot of about 1 acre in all.
This lovely home has been sympathetically updated by the current owners, offering flexible accommodation with well proportioned rooms. Downstairs comprises of a lovely hallway with separate WC, a triple aspect sitting room with fabulous views to the front, leading to a dining room, with space for a wood burning stove and French Doors to the patio/sun terrace. The well appointed kitchen has excellent storage space, granite work tops, integrated dishwasher and fridge and is next to a good size utility room, with space for washing machine and dryer.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms, (one currently used as a dressing room) all with beautiful fitted bedroom furniture, finished to a high standard, with the master bedroom benefitting from a generous size en suite bathroom, with power shower. There is also a superb family bathroom; from all aspects of this home there are stunning views over the surrounding countryside.
In addition, on the ground floor there is a bright and airy glazed lobby with lots of built in storage, linking to an annexe. Here there is a generous family room/office, which benefits from a separate kitchen area, shower and WC and a first floor room with eaves storage and skylights, suitable for a variety of uses.
The house is situated in the small hamlet of Sunton, Collingbourne Ducis. Collingbourne Ducis has a village shop, Post Office, village hall, two pubs and a primary school. Sunton is approximately 9.5 miles from the historic market town of Marlborough, which provides a comprehensive range of services and amenities. Access to the A303 is approximately 7 miles and access to the M4 motorway at Junction 14 is about 18 miles to the north east. Pewsey (about 11 miles to the north west) and Hungerford (about 14 miles to the north east) provide train stations to London Paddington and the South West. Andover station is approximately 10 miles with trains to London Waterloo. The surrounding downland countryside is ideal for walking and riding and there are numerous footpaths and bridleways around the village.
The house is reached via a sweeping driveway which leads to ample parking to the front with access to the extensive garden that extends to approximately 1 acre in all. The well maintained landscaped garden is mainly laid to lawn with well stocked mature borders and shrubs, a pond and a large sun terrace/patio adjoins the rear of the house, perfect for outside entertaining. The drive continues to the side of the house and leads to a very spacious garage/workshop, additional parking, and a large grassed area bordered by a variety of maturing trees with outstanding views.
Master Bedroom with en suite
Gardens and Grounds in the region of 1 acre
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