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EQUESTRIAN - A superbly presented semi detached period home which has been recently renovated and extended to a high standard. It’s sits on a plot of about 1.5 acres in all, and comes with outline planning permission to build a separate detached dwelling.
Steps from the parking area lead down to the front door. The entrance hall has travertine flooring with under floor heating leading through to the most of the ground floor. The kitchen has a range of cream gloss units with wooden work tops, plus Bosch appliances and a breakfast bar. There is also a dining area with french doors opening out onto a West facing terrace. Leading from the kitchen is a central room that has a high vaulted ceiling up to a galleried landing, it has a bright feel and has space that could be used as additional family area or for formal dining, from here there are double doors onto the terrace and gardens beyond. A spacious formal sitting room features a wood burning stove and plus a good size utility room with a separate WC, completes the ground floor. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, a very well appointed family bathroom featuring a shower and roll top bath and an en suite shower room in the master bedroom.
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The cottage is situated facing the River Bourne (a winterbourne) in the small hamlet of Sunton, Collingbourne Ducis. Collingbourne Ducis has a village shop, 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 miiles 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 rails stations to London Paddington. 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 approached via a winding gated gravel drive leading to an electronic wooden entrance gate, onto a double wooden carport. The extensive gardens are situated to the West of the property and are well fenced and laid mainly to lawn. Further to the west is a post and rail fence paddock, perfect for a pony or small holding.
Outline application for new two storey dwelling with detached garage. 16/00116/OUT.
Master Bedroom with Ensuite Shower Room
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