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Standing in a picturesque elevated position and commanding far reaching views is this twentieth century detached family home. The property is superbly appointed and immaculately presented. Over the last 18 years our clients have upgraded and maintained the property. The accommodation is light and airy with many rooms benefitting from a double aspect. The main entrance hall gives rise to all the reception rooms and the stairs to the first floor. There is a useful study with views overlooking the front garden and a lovely size dining room with sliding patio door to the rear garden. The kitchen breakfast room is a wonderful room which is fitted with an Optiplan kitchen, venetian gold granite worktops and is equipped with built in dishwasher, steam oven, conventional oven, combination microwave, heated plate drawer, fridge, water filter, water softener, induction hob and extractor. This room also has views to the front and east making it a room to be enjoyed. An adjoining utility room is fitted with a built in freezer, space and plumbing for white goods and has additional storage as well as a door to the covered rear terrace. The sitting room sits to the rear of the house and has a superb outlook over both the garden, neighbouring fields and beyond. This room is well proportioned and has a gas fireplace with Italian marble surround, making it a lovely feature for the room, and there is a patio door to the garden. Also located on the ground floor is a newly fitted Ripples cloakroom. The first floor has a very good sized landing and views over countryside to the front. The master bedroom suite is located at the back of the house and benefits from a Juliet balcony which takes in the views, whilst also enjoying an ensuite bathroom. The guest bedroom also has an ensuite shower room and there are two further bedrooms with built in wardrobes and a family bathroom.
Lilac Bank is situated on the edge of the pretty village of Ham, in a beautiful setting surrounded by stunning rolling countryside. The village has a public house and a church and there is a village shop and post office in neighbouring Shalbourne. Nearby Hungerford is well known for its antique shops and has a good range of other shops, cafes, restaurants and public houses. There is a mainline station with trains into London Paddington in just over an hour and the M4 motorway (J14) provides access to London and the West. The larger market towns of Newbury and Marlborough offer a wider range of facilities, including Newbury racecourse, a number of golf courses and the Watermill Theatre. There is a wide range of schools in the area including Marlborough College, Downe House, Cheam, St Francis, St John’s Marlborough and primary schools in Shalbourne and Inkpen.
The property is approached via a gravel drive with parking for many cars and leads to a detached double garage with up and over doors, light, power and a WC. Above which is very useful room, currently used for storage but has a skylight and would make a good office space. The front garden is laid to lawn with raised borders and an attractive lavender hedge. Many specimen roses can be found throughout the garden making it a colourful and scented all year round garden. Access to the rear is via both side of the property and there is an ideally placed sun terrace off the sitting room and attractive rose covered walkway to the main garden which is predominantly laid to lawn and backs onto open fields to the rear.
Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating. Calor gas fire in the sitting room. Council tax band : F
4 Bedrooms (2 Ensuite)
Detached Double Garage with Room Over
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