A handsome and well presented 4 bedroom detached family house which has been extended to create a comfortable and spacious family home. The accommodation is wonderfully versatile and includes a light and airy sitting room with French doors to a sunny raised decking area which enjoys a southerly aspect. A dual sided woodburner is a real feature of the room and is shared with the adjoining study/family snug with timber flooring which continues into the dining room. The kitchen/breakfast room is an attractive and spacious room opening into the dining room and is fitted with an excellent range of sage coloured shaker style cupboards with earth stone work tops. French doors extend to the back garden and there is a door to the boot/utility room with space for white goods and access to a cloakroom door to outside.
The first floor accommodation is accessed via two separate staircases, the first off the main entrance hall which ascends to 3 bedrooms and a family bathroom. Of particular note are the far reaching southerly views towards Savernake Forest from bedroom 1, which also has built in wardrobes. The master bedroom is off the second staircase, which is made of American white oak. There is an adjacent shower room and a galleried mezzanine floor ideal as a study, dressing room, or occasional additional bedroom.
The wonderful historic market town of Marlborough provides an extensive range of shopping facilities, a twice weekly market, a public library and various pubs and restaurants. The town is well served by a good range of schooling and benefits from a sports centre with an indoor swimming pool. The M4 motorway junction 15 is approximately 10 miles and the expanding commercial centre of Swindon is about 12 miles. There are regular rail services from Swindon, Pewsey (7 miles), Great Bedwyn (7 Miles) and Hungerford (10 miles) to London Paddington and the South West. The countryside surrounding the town is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and includes nearby Savernake Forest, The Kennet & Avon Canal and the World Heritage Site of Avebury.
The house is approached off a lane and has a gravel drive with parking for several cars, there is a timber shed and steps lead to a lawn and kitchen garden. The main garden lies to the front and is bordered by mature trees and hedging and offers a high degree of privacy. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with well stocked borders and fruit trees.
The decked sun terrace is a great spot for outside eating or to enjoy view down the garden.
All mains services connected.
Rear Lobby/Boot Room
Master Bedroom Suite With Ensuite & Galleried Room Above
3 Further Bedrooms