Guide Price £750,000 Sold
  • Farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room
  • Sitting room with inglenook fireplace
  • Master bedroom with en suite and 2 further bedrooms
  • Large workshop/wood store and barn
  • No onward chain
  • Cloakroom and utility room
  • Garden room and mezzanine with multiple uses as home office/4th bedroom
  • Family bathroom
  • Fabulous grounds including floodlit and stock proofed fenced paddocks

Kinwardstone is a superb cottage presented in excellent order and offers 3 acres of private level gardens and grounds. The property has been the subject of a two storey extension to the main house and a fabulous rear garden room that offers multiple options for its use. Kinwardstone has an impressive private entrance with a sweeping softly lit driveway via electric gates that leads to ample parking and the formal garden part of the land. While there is a front door, generally you would use the side entrance to the utility/boot room which then leads to a farmhouse style kitchen with a travertine tiled floor and handmade base units with solid wood work tops. Beyond the kitchen is a stunning dual aspect sitting room that has a beautiful stone inglenook fireplace with a woodburning stove and an oak beam over. On the first floor there are 3 light and airy bedrooms with the master having built in wardrobes, an en suite and dressing area. The second bedroom is a good size double also, with a double wardrobe and the third is a single. The family bathroom is a generous size having a white suite and a separate shower cubicle.

A gravel terrace and seating area with an old stock brick retaining wall offers a superb view across the 2 serviced and post and rail fenced floodlit paddocks. There is also a beautiful view to the rear of the garden across fields and towards Bedwyn and Wolfhall. Mature trees line the boundaries and there are plentiful fruit trees in the garden, including apple, plum, damson and pear. A superb and expansive detached workshop, wood store and barn has light and power.

Water is from a private water supply. Drainage is via a septic tank. Oil fired central heating via a combination boiler. Floodlit paddocks and gardens.

East & West Grafton
With it's pretty village green next to the Norman built St Nicholas church, East Grafton is a village that sits on the border between Wiltshire and West Berkshire. East Grafton has a social community with busy village hall activities, Sunflowers nursery/school clubs. School pickup is available. Nearby is Wilton and Crofton, famed for their windmill and beam engines. The Swan PH in Wilton is a friendly pub serving very good food. Burbage is also a short distance away with a village shop, post office, builders supplies and a brand new service station with a Costa coffee and a well stocked Londis.

Marlborough and Hungerford
Kinwardstone is equidistant from both historic and thriving market towns. They have an extensive range of quality independent and well known retailers and high street shops, public houses, restaurants and cafes along with plenty of amenities including swimming pools, sports centres, health clubs and the famed Marlborough College Summer School. The M4 motorway can be reached at J14 (12 miles) or J15 (15 miles). Rail links from either Pewsey, Great Bedwyn, Hungerford, Swindon or Andover to London and the west. Surrounded by glorious countryside for walking and other country pursuits. Nearby is the ancient Savernake Forest and the Kennet & Avon canal. Local schools include: St John's Academy, St. Francis and Pinewood Prep, Dauntsey's, and St Mary's Calne.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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