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A stunning Grade II listed 5 bedroom period home set over 3 floors, located in the heart of this popular village. The property extends to 2756 sqft in total with many charming period features, an attractive enclosed garden and ample parking as well as a detached double garage. Parts of the property date back to the fifteenth century and the features are enhanced by the neutral and heritage shades décor. The kitchen/breakfast room and utility room are fitted with a good range of bespoke units from John Lewis of Hungerford and include a range and butler sink. The sitting room has a splendid inglenook open fireplace, with original bread oven and stone surround, exposed beams and wooden flooring. There is a traditional family dining room and charming Amdega conservatory, providing additional family and entertaining areas plus views of the garden. Also on this floor is a family shower room and wc and access to the large cellar.
The first floor has a beautiful dual aspect master bedroom enjoying double depth and stylish fitted wardrobes. There are three further bedrooms and a delightful family bathroom and stairs to a study area.
A spacious bedroom/family room/home office is on the second floor, with high ceilings making it an excellent room with a good level of flexibility.
Burbage is situated on the edge of Savernake Forest, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Local amenities include a Post Office, shop, doctor's surgery, primary school, garage and a pub. The market town of Marlborough (around 6 miles) has an extensive range of shopping facilities, a twice weekly market, a library and various restaurants and pubs and enjoys a good range of leisure facilities. The area is well served with excellent schools including St John’s Academy, Marlborough College and Dauntsey’s. There are direct trains to London Paddington and the South West from Pewsey, Great Bedwyn (both about 5 miles) and Hungerford (about 10 miles). The major commercial centres of Swindon, Andover and Newbury plus the M4, A303 and M3 are within easy reach.
The house is approached via a driveway with space for several vehicles and leads up to a re-roofed detached double garage. The attractive garden is well tended and mainly laid to lawn with many mature trees and shrubs, and offers a good degree of privacy. There is a secluded patio area behind the garage perfect for outside entertaining, along with a brick terrace adjoining the conservatory. A useful storage shed/workshop sits to the side of the drive.
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