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An absolutely charming and characterful Grade II listed semi detached cottage with courtyard and terraced garden set within this bustling and sought after village. The cottage is delightfully quirky with a wealth of period features and offers scope for further improvement subject to gaining required consents. Of particular note is the sitting room, a lovely room with an open fire set into a fabulous inglenook fireplace with bread oven and with shelving built into the recess either side. The dining room has ample space for a generous dining table and features an exposed glass panel of the Wattle and Daub construction. The dining room is open plan into a small functional and pretty kitchen, there is potential to create a lovely modern kitchen/dining room. There is a large utility, with sink and plumbing, a cloakroom and also an office/studio set away from the house off the courtyard. The office has light, power heating and electric blinds. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a bathroom, the main bedroom has a built in cupboard and the second bedroom has a sink and vanity unit.
Aldbourne is a well regarded village centred on The Square with a traditional village green and duck pond as well as a good range of shops including two village shops, post office, two pubs, garage and a parish church. The attractive market towns of Hungerford (Rail services to London Paddington 1hr 15mins) and Marlborough are close by and provide a more extensive range of shopping. The commercial centre of Swindon is approximately 7 miles and provides a main line station with services to London or the West Country. The M4 motorway can be reached at either junction 15 or junction 14. Aldbourne is within the catchment area of the popular St Johns Academy in Marlborough and has a highly rated local primary school, St Michaels.
The cottage has a pretty cottage garden to front with a charming rose arbour. There is side access to the sunny rear garden which is easterley facing. The garden is courtyard style, the terrace has a verandah over ideal for outside eating. The garden has been terraced into the bank with lovely stonework and with a water feature and set with many plants and trees. Steps lead up to a small viewing area at the top giving a stunning outlook over the village,
Sitting room with Inglenook Fireplace
Outbuildings consisting of office/Studio
Courtyard Sun Terrace
Attractive Vertiginous Garden. No Forward Chain
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