- Sitting room
- Dining room
- Family/garden room
- Four bedrooms
- Generous garden
- Off road parking
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
This charming character property offers extended accommodation well suited to modern day living focussed around a large and light kitchen/dining room with Aga. To the rear of the house the kitchen is well appointed and has a door to the garden, while adjacent to this there is a double aspect garden/family room leading in turn to a practical boot room and cloak room. To the front of the house there is a high ceilinged sitting room with fireplace and a pleasant view down the village street. To the front of the house the bright hallway has stairs to the landing.
On the first floor, the landing gives access to a large family bathroom and to a hallway/dressing room which in turn leads in to a south and east facing main bedroom. There are two further good size bedrooms on this floor. The dressing room also has a door to a further staircase leading to the second floor where a fourth bedroom can be found, enjoying lovely views and with fitted storage and a shower cubicle.
Steps from the village lane lead up to the front door while to the side of the house there is a gravelled parking area. A gate leads in to the back garden,
passing the door to the boot room. The back garden is generous in size and is south facing with a traditional local stone wall providing a backdrop to the garden borders. There is a patio/terrace outside the kitchen, while at the end of the long garden there is a timber summerhouse which also provides shed storage (in need of some maintenance).
OGBOURNE ST. ANDREW
This sought after Wiltshire village is surrounded by beautiful countryside which is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Ridgeway passes close by and a path along the old railway line offers a walk to Marlborough or north to Chiseldon. Within the village there is a public house, while in adjacent Ogbourne St. George there is an Excalibur Trust Primary School and a pre-school, village hall, church and a public house. The centre of Swindon is roughly 8 miles to the north. J15 of the M4 motorway is also approximately 4 miles to the north. Other nearby schools include: Pinewood and St. Francis Prep Schools, Marlborough College, Dauntsey's and St. Johns Academy.
Nearby Marlborough is an historic and thriving market town. The town has an extensive range of quality independent and well known retailers and high street shops, publichouses, restaurants and cafes along with plenty of local amenities and a sports centre. The town is surrounded by glorious downland countryside and the Savernake Forest. Local schools include: St John's Academy, St. Francis and Pinewood Preps, Dauntsey's, and St Mary's Calne.
The market town of Marlborough offers a full range of shopping facilities, a twice weekly market and plenty of good restaurants and pubs as well as a library and leisure centre. The town is well-served by secondary schools with Marlborough College and St. John's Academy.
Wiltshire Council, Band E
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