- Entrance hall/family room
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Utility room and Shower room
- 4 Bedrooms ( main en suite)
- Southerly facing rear garden
- Sitting room
- Dining room
- Family bathroom
- Double and single garage
The front door opens into a family room with stairs to the first floor, a wood burning stove and a bay window to the front. The sitting room has an open fire, a picture rail and a bay and single window to the front. A spacious kitchen/breakfast room is located to the rear with a door directly onto a sunny terrace. Just off the kitchen is a dining room which in turn leads to a spacious utility room, a shower room and beyond this leads to quiet study with a view to the garden. On the first floor there are 4 charming and spacious bedrooms and a family bathroom. The main bedroom has a beautiful en suite with a period style roll-top bath and a separate shower cubicle.
The mature rear garden is southerly facing, very well tended and planted and has three areas to enjoy. The lower terrace is a lovely sheltered area to sit in. There are then steps up to the main lawn area that also has another seating area. The third area, also laid to lawn, accommodates a greenhouse, but could be the perfect vegetable patch if desired. A pathway leads to the rear where there is a double garage/workshop and another single garage.
One of just 19 properties granted the ‘Sanden Fee' rights, a valued right to fish on the nearby River Dun and graze either a horse or 2 heads of cattle on Freemans Marsh.
This picturesque market town is famed for it's connections to the antique's world and the High Street has plenty of interesting antique shops and boutiques. Hungerford has all the conveniences one would expect from a town and schooling includes a pre-school, primary and secondary. The town also benefits from a good rail service to London and the West. Hungerford is conveniently located, being just five minutes drive south of junction14 of the M4, an hour or so from West London and an hour's drive from Bath. The large towns of Newbury and Marlborough are about 15 minutes away, with a further selection of shops and amenities. The Kennet and Avon canal and the River Dunn flow through the town and Hungerford is surrounded by beautiful countryside with excellent walking, cycling and riding.
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