This most attractive Grade II listed detached property is a stunning example of a ‘chocolate box cottage’, dating from the 1800s with a thatched roof. With much charm and character, the accommodation is well-presented retaining many period features. The property is entered via a wooden porch leading to the welcoming entrance hall with cloakroom, the property has the benefit of three living rooms of generous proportions with good ceiling heights. This includes a spacious kitchen/breakfast room with space for a table, and a range of wooden units arranged around a central island topped by granite and Corian worksurfaces. The formal dining room has a double aspect and a tiled floor and beyond this is an impressive sitting room, again dual aspect, with patio doors and featuring an attractive fireplace with open fire. Upstairs are three double bedrooms two of which have stunning far reaching countryside views over the fields opposite. With solid oak latch doors and beamed ceilings, all bedrooms have fitted good quality wardrobes and the charming master bedroom has an en suite shower-room and the others share a spacious family bathroom.
The property is conveniently situated in the pretty village of Kimpton with good road connections, excellent local schools and picturesque countryside surrounding it. There is easy access to a network of footpaths & bridle ways which provide lovely walking & riding through unspoilt country. Kimpton has a church, public house and a local primary school rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted November 2016. Thruxton also boasts the Rosebourne garden centre with its wonderful food hall which attracts customers from miles around. More comprehensive facilities can be found in the nearby town of Andover or Ludgershall with more extensive shopping in Marlborough or the Cathedral Cities of Winchester and Salisbury. Nearby is the A303 which connects to the M3 and the national motorway network. The area is renowned for its excellent schools including Norman Court, Farleigh, Horris Hill, Pilgrims, Winchester College, St Swithun's, Downe House, St Mary's Calne and Marlborough College. Mainline stations can be found at Grately and Andover serving London Waterloo.
With instant curb appeal, this pretty property is approached by either a pedestrian gate or a gravel drive which has parking for several cars and access to an open fronted garage and the garden. The rear garden is delightful and provides a high degree of privacy being enclosed by a high wall and panel fencing and features attractive plants and shrubs and well-stocked flower beds providing year round colour. There is an attractive stone patio by the house open to the south and east which is ideal for summer entertaining and a wooden arbour provides a further seating area. The lawn is bordered by a path which leads to a brick-built storage shed.
Master Bedroom with En-suite
Two Further Double Bedrooms