A handsome, double fronted period cottage which is believed to date back around 300 years. It stands within walking distance of the thriving market town of Hungerford and The Croft. The house has been sympathetically extended more recently to create a comfortable family home with all the perks of modern day living.
This attractive painted cottage with latticed porch enjoys a traditional layout with a sitting room including a lovely inglenook fireplace which houses a wood burning stove on one side and across the hallway a dining room. Both rooms cleverly connect through to the kitchen/breakfast/family room which is a more modern twenty-first extension. The kitchen is fitted with a range of bespoke cupboards with curved Walnut worktops which incorporates a breakfast bar, ample storage and a Range cooker. There is plenty of space to dine and a superb area to relax and take in the view of the garden through the bi-folding doors. This open plan living area is the heart of the house being beautifully light and versatile. Off the kitchen a door leads to a useful utility room and a cloakroom.
On the first floor the master bedroom is of generous proportion and has a stylish en-suite shower room and a Juliette balcony. The second bedroom also has a Juliette balcony with double doors which overlook the garden. There are two further double bedrooms with built in wardrobes and a modern family bathroom.
The property is conveniently located close to both The Croft and Hungerford High Street. The Croft is a pretty green with social clubhouse, tennis courts and a bowling green, close to the Kennet and Avon Canal and picturesque Freemans Marsh. Hungerford itself offers a range of local shops including butchers, bakers, post office, newsagent, chemist, supermarket and various independent boutiques. There is a primary school and secondary schooling. The mainline railway station has trains to London Paddington. The M4, Junction 14 lies three miles north of the town.
The property enjoys a contemporary landscaped, terraced garden which takes advantage of a south facing aspect with a good degree of privacy. Steps lead up the side of the garden to the rear where there is a tandem length double garage with workshop which has previously had planning permission in place to create an impressive detached garage with studio (Ref:16/02277/HOUSE). There is parking to the side of the garage which is accessed off Church Way.
All mains services connected.
Master Bedroom With Ensuite Shower Room
3 Further Double Bedrooms