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Prospect House is a well-proportioned detached family house which has been significantly improved by its current owners who have employed much thought and attention to detail. The house is light throughout the year and the aspect is engaging: the view from the rear of the property over open fields is particularly attractive.
Well decorated throughout, the house has a welcoming feel, and the layout works particularly well. The kitchen/breakfast room is the working hub of the house offering a bright duel aspect room fitted with an array of shaker style cream cupboards with solid timber worktops and modern integrated appliances, whilst the family room and adjacent sitting room offer separate space for different members of the household. Both these rooms share the same cast iron multi fuel stove which provides a wonderfully comfortable space in the winter. An inner hall with access to the back of the property and garage links the dining room to the kitchen and also has a cloakroom and built in storage. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, with the main bedroom to the rear of the property benefiting from wood effect flooring, built in wardrobes and rural views. The family bathroom was also recently updated and comprises a modern white suite with a bath and separate quadrant shower. The property also recently benefited from new double-glazed A-rated windows throughout and a new electric circuit-board with digital smart meter. It has excellent fiber-optic broadband connectivity, making it an ideal base for home-working. Whilst the house contains ample space in its current form, there might be potential to extend further, perhaps into the spacious attic or garage, subject to the necessary consents being obtained.
Collingbourne Ducis is a thriving village with a strong sense of community. It has a Post Office, two pubs, 12th century church, a popular primary school, village hall, gardening club and scouts. Further extensive amenities can be found in Andover (about 10 miles), which provides access to the A303 and a rail station with direct trains to London Waterloo. The historic market town of Marlborough is around 10 miles to the north and also provides an excellent range of amenities, twice weekly market, and access to the M4. Pewsey (about 8 miles) and Hungerford (about 11 miles) both also provide direct rail services to London Paddington and the South West.
The surrounding downland countryside immediately beyond the village contains a network of footpaths and bridleways which are perfect for exercising dogs, walking and horse riding, and day trips to the beaches or sailing centres on the south coast are perfectly feasible.
The property is approached over a good size gated driveway providing parking for several cars and leading to an attached double garage. The lawn provides space for ball games or recreational activities, and the herbaceous border provides elements of colour whilst the well-maintained evergreen hedging provides privacy and screening.
Services: All mains services connected. Oil fired central heating.
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