Guide Price £1,100,000 Sold
  • Welcoming light and airy entrance hall
  • Living room
  • Sitting room
  • 4 Bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
  • Driveway with double carport plus addition hard standing parking
  • Cloakroom
  • Dining room
  • Well appointed kitchen/breakfast room and separate utility room
  • Glorious gardens and pony paddock with stable and field shelter 1.2 acres in all
  • Oil fired central heating, mains water and drainage

This truly outstanding property has been a much loved family home for many years and has been beautifully improved and kept. Unusually, the property which is built from sarson stone and red brick, has very different looking east, south and west elevations. The property was enhanced by a extension to the west elevation during the 1970's giving more balance to the layout. Pheasants Cottage offers light, airy and spacious ground and first floor accommodation, with a delightful living room (with an open fire), generous size dining room (with propane gas fired real flame fire) and a restful sitting room on the ground floor and 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms on the first floor. Planning permission also exists to extend the kitchen/breakfast room into the adjoining car port. The property has plenty of charm and character that is associated with period property, but is also a very practical and easy house to live in.

The garden has a superbly tended formal garden to the south elevation with gated access to the main garden, beyond which is an orchard and paddock. The simply stunning grounds are level and incredibly well-stocked with a plethora of mature flowers, fruit trees and shrubs giving a colourful all year round display. There are two terraced areas that are perfect for dining al fresco in the summer months. The front of the property has a two bay car port and gravel parking with further hardstanding parking to the rear.

This pretty village is located approximately 3 miles from Marlborough and has a notable 13th Century church. The village is also located near to the pretty village of Lockeridge, which has a good rated primary school, which is within walking distance, public house and village hall.

Marlborough is an historic and thriving market town. The town has an extensive range of quality independent and well know retailers and high street shops, public houses, restaurants and cafes along with plenty of amenities including: the famed Marlborough College, and a sports centre. Marlborough is sited along the M4 corridor close to J15 (7.5miles) and has nearby rail links from either Pewsey, Great Bedwyn, Swindon or Hungerford to London and the west. Marlborough is surrounded by glorious ancient and protected countryside including Savernake forest. 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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