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Situated on the edge of the desirable village of Lockeridge in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is this beautiful Grade II Listed period thatch cottage. Originally, Dene View was three cottages which are believed to date back to the 18th century which over time have been converted into a most welcoming family home. The property boasts many inherent character features including exposed timbers, stonework and inglenook fireplaces and is immaculately presented with neutral decor. From the light airy dual aspect drawing room the ground floor accommodation flows seamlessly through to the fitted kitchen and into the charming dining room. From here there are stairs to the first floor as well as access to the rear garden via the utility room with cloakroom off and also a door to the cosy living room. Beyond which lies a study with vaulted ceiling.
On the first floor, there are three bedrooms all of which benefit from useful built in cupboards and a family bathroom. All the upstairs rooms enjoy garden views.
All these factors combined with this beautiful village setting make this a most appealing property with a superb level of accommodation with space to suit all the family.
The village of Lockeridge is situated approximately 3 miles to the west of Marlborough which offers a good range of services and amenities. Village amenities include a village primary school and public house The Who'd a Thought It. There is a mainline railway station at Pewsey (about 6 miles) providing fast access to London Paddington in approximately 1 hour and approximately 15 miles to the east lies the M4. The countryside surrounding Lockeridge is designated as An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there are many footpaths and bridleways around the village and the West Woods of Savernake Forest are close by.
The property is set in wonderful, thoughtfully designed cottage gardens. To the front there is gravel parking for several cars which leads to an integral garage. The drive is flanked by an area of lawn with fully stocked colourful borders and gated side access to the private rear garden. The enclosed back garden benefits from a southerly aspect and has been landscaped beautifully to include a generous patio, two different terraced lawn areas which are divided by well stocked flower and shrub borders which provide an array of colour and scent during the changing seasons.
Services: Oil fired central heating. Mains water, electricity and drainage. NB: Planning permission has previously been granted (BR/E/2009/0169/FP) to add an en-suite bathroom above the garage.
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