- Riverside gardens with watermeadow
- just under 0.5 acres
- Wonderful views
- Kitchen/breakfast/family room
- Sitting room
- 4 bedrooms
- Bathroom and shower room (en-suite)
- Excellent village location
- Reception hall and cloakroom
Believed built in the mid-1800s and formerly known as The Cot, this character village house offers a charming unassuming front elevation and it is only when inside that the extent of the property can be seen. On entering the spacious reception hall you are drawn to the kitchen/family room and beyond to the south facing garden and the views over the water meadow. This recently extended kitchen/family room is the focus of the house offering lovely light accommodation for entertaining and everyday living. To the front of the house the reception hall also opens in to a comfortable sitting room with a Jetmaster fireplace and a further set of doors to the garden. There is an excellent study area, a utility room and a separate cloakroom. Upstairs the landing leads to four bedrooms, three of which have fitted storage. The main bedroom, with an en suite shower room, is at the back of the house to enjoy the view. There is also a family bathroom.
To the side of the property there is a gate leading in to a practical courtyard adjacent to the utility room. Directly outside the family room there is a paved terrace with a wisteria covered pergola and from here the lawn leads down to a vegetable garden and shed. The garden continues beyond here to a large area of decking placed to make the most of the views over the water meadows and to the hills beyond. A footbridge over the millstream leads on to the water meadow itself with a further footbridge leading to an idyllic riverside seating area overlooking the River Kennet chalk stream.
SERVICES All mains services connected. Council Tax Band E.
Ramsbury is a beautiful and very active Kennet Valley village which offers good day-to-day amenities with shops, excellent pubs, doctors surgery, an outstanding primary school and pre school and tennis, bowls and football clubs. The village is surrounded by stunning countryside much of which is designated as an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. The village falls within the catchment area for St. John's Academy secondary school in Marlborough. The property is located within the conservation area.
The local market towns of Hungerford and Marlborough offer an excellent selection of national and local retailers, leisure centres, good restaurants and an independent cinema.
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