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A great opportunity to acquire a converted period school located in the heart of this picturesque village and enjoying splendid country views. Once the village school the property dates back to 1896, is set over two floors and has a wealth of period features and much flexible accommodation. Of particular note are the two light and airy reception rooms which are the real hub of the house; once the school hall and adjacent nursery, the rooms have an abundance of charm and character having stunning vaulted ceilings with curved beams, large windows and French doors opening on to the rear garden. A country style kitchen has a good range of cupboards, a butler sink, space for appliances and a useful pantry and access on to the terrace. Additionally on this floor there are two bedrooms (currently arranged as reception rooms) both with focal feature fireplaces and attractive garden aspects, two family bathrooms and a generous utility room.
Off the bright first floor landing are two further bedrooms and a large shower room with a wash basin, WC and large shower.
In all, this is a wonderful period property with great potential located in a delightful setting and offering versatile living space.
The cottage stands in the delightful rural village of Ogbourne St Andrew. The village has a church and a well regarded Gastro pub, Silk on the Downs. The village is conveniently located for access to the old market town of Marlborough (about 2 miles to the south), with the commercial centre of Swindon about 8 miles to the north from which there are regular intercity rail services to London Paddington. Junction 15 of the M4 motorway is about 4 miles to the north and the surrounding countryside is designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the ancient Ridgeway path runs close by. There is a primary school in the neighbouring village of Ogbourne St George and is within the catchment of St. John's School, Marlborough.
The property is located centrally on the plot and has access from two separate driveways with ample parking for several vehicles. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn and have several apple trees and mature shrubs. There is a large terrace to the rear of the house offering a wonderful space for outside entertaining, enjoying lovely views to the surrounding village and countryside.
Two Large Reception Rooms
Gardens Extending to Circa 0.33 of an acre
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