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An absolutely charming four bedroom semi detached cottage with much character and period features, set off a lane with a pretty cottage garden to the front along with a large displaced garden (0.7 acres). The cottage would benefit from updating and offers ample scope for improvement. The accommodation comprises of a wonderful sitting room with exposed beams and anthracite fire stove set into an inglenook fireplace with large bread oven to the side. The family room has a pretty gas (LPG) ceramic stove and features an exposed Wattle & Daub panel, showing the construction of the cottage, this room could be used as a ground floor guest bedroom as the family bathroom is set off. The kitchen opens into the dining room separated by a large chimney breast. Upstairs the cottage has four bedrooms, one bedroom is accessed through another, however this could be separated. Two of the bedrooms have exposed beams and have good ceiling heights. A shower room completes the accommodation. In all this is an extremely pretty and characterful cottage which is not listed.
The Popular Wiltshire village of Burbage is situated on the southern edge of the historic Savernake Forest in an area designated as one of "outstanding natural beauty". Burbage has evolved from four hamlets, which for centuries were separate entities. Today, Burbage offers a good range of day to day amenities including a post office, village shop, doctor's surgery, primary school, garage and two public houses. The market town of Marlborough, (about 6 miles to the north) is famous for its wide high street and public school and offers a more extensive range of facilities with a large number of specialist shops, pubs and restaurants. There are rail stations to London Paddington from either Pewsey or Great Bedwyn (about 5 miles and 3 miles respectively). Junction 14 of the M4 motorway is about 12 miles to the northeast. The Kennet and Avon canal one of the country's most beautiful waterways runs adjacent to the village.
There is a cottage garden to the front, with garden shed and off street parking. The cottage has a right of access across the neighbouring attached cottage with a path leading to a wonderful large displaced garden with many mature trees and shrubs, measuring 0.7 acres in all, this lovely garden enjoys stunning countryside views. The cottage owns two brick outbuildings, two of four former coal sheds which are located on the neighbouring cottage land.
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