Guide Price £1,750,000 Under Offer
  • 4 bedroom main house and 2 bedroom annexe
  • Generous reception rooms
  • Extensive parking and garaging
  • Stable yard with barn and workshop
  • Rural location with easy access to Marlborough/Pewsey
  • Excellent kitchen/breakfast room
  • Main bedroom with balcony
  • Self contained annexe
  • Level paddocks with separate access
  • Rarely available with 7.4 acres

Originally built in 1991, the current owners bought the property in 1998 and have extended and improved the property over the years. The main house provides an excellent kitchen/dining room with double doors leading directly in to a snug sitting room. A garden room stretches across the back of the house. Further reception rooms include a 31' sitting room, a dining room and an office. The first floor provides four bedrooms, the main bedroom having a balcony looking over the garden and paddocks. The main bedroom and Bedroom 2 are en-suite, while a family bathroom serves the remaining two bedrooms.

The annexe is self contained and provides a sitting room, kitchen, two bedrooms and a shower room.

The property is approached from the lane through a five bar gate in to a generous parking and turning area in front of the house and garaging. A drive to the left of the house leads past the annexe in to the stable yard. The stable block has four stables, a tack room and a feed room and gives direct access to the paddocks, while there is also another access to the paddocks from the village lane. There is also a store and workshop.

Mains electricity. Oil fired central heating. LPG for hob. Shared private water via borehole. Private drainage. We are advised of a current broadband speed of 67/68Mb.

The rural hamlet of Clench Common can be found just to the south of Marlborough. The hamlet is in the Wessex Downs AONB and there is easy access to plenty of walks and riding.

The property is situated 3 miles from Marlborough, offering easy access in to town and to Savernake Forest. Marlborough is a thriving, market town situated within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The town offers excellent local shops, some of the major retailers and supermarkets (including Waitrose) and boasts a number of good quality restaurants such as Rick Steins. The Leisure Centre, Cinema and Golf Club provide excellent recreational facilities.

The town is surrounded by the most attractive countryside of the Marlborough Downs, Pewsey Vale and Kennet Valley. The M4, Junction 15 is within 8 miles giving access to London and the West Country. There are mainline rail services from Pewsey, Hungerford, Swindon or Great Bedwyn to London Paddington.

Council Tax
Wiltshire Council, Band E

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