Guide Price £750,000 Sold
  • Entrance hall and cellar
  • Family room/study
  • Utility room/cloakroom
  • 4 double bedrooms and 2 large size family bathrooms
  • Large double garage and ample parking
  • Sitting room
  • Fantastic kitchen/dining room
  • Boot room
  • Pretty (wrap around) gardens
  • Gas central heating with external boiler room/drying room

A unique opportunity to purchase this attractive and beautifully presented period home, offered for sale for only the second time in 50 years. The property has spacious accommodation over two floors and sits in the middle of the plot of approximately a third of an acre. The property is also within catchment for St. John's Secondary School with a St. John's bus service stopping at the end of the road. Internal viewing is very highly recommended.

Located on the south-western edge of Baydon which is in the North Wessex Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Baydon occupies an elevated position with stunning views across to The Ridgeway and rolling Marlborough Downs. The area is renowned for its natural beauty, with access to many recreational activities including numerous golf courses, chalk stream fishing, walking and horse riding. It is close to a range of highly regarded state and private schools including Marlborough College, Pinewood and St John's. It has excellent connections via the M4 and mainline train stations at Hungerford and Swindon. Baydon itself has a well-stocked village shop, a post office, primary school and church. Nearby Aldbourne has a Co-operative store and The Blue Boar pub situated on The Green. The market towns of Hungerford and Marlborough are both close by and provide more extensive shopping with Newbury and Swindon also within easy reach.

The Property
This outstanding family home is on the market for only the second time in 50 years and offers a unique opportunity to purchase a well-proportioned family home on a generous sized plot, with the potential to extend further (subject to applying for and obtaining necessary planning permissions). On the ground floor there is a light and airy double aspect sitting room with a period style fireplace. Beyond this is a study/family room with glazed doors to the side garden. A truly fantastic and well-appointed kitchen/dining room with a natural stone floor, bespoke hand-made Farrow & Ball painted fitted kitchen with solid oak work tops, a large central island and a walk-in larder is definitely the heart of the house. There is also a separate utility room/wc and boot room/rear hall that leads to the rear garden. Finally, access to a spacious cellar competes the ground floor. On the first floor there are four large double bedrooms, two being dual aspect and also two generous and luxurious family bathrooms.

The large secluded garden wraps around the entire property. The larger part of the garden is laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs, including pear, plum and apple trees. The side garden is again laid to lawn, with established flower beds, trees and shrubs. There is also a raised terrace that is home to a greenhouse. A pathway leads to a double garage with a private driveway that can easily accommodate four cars. A useful boiler room attached to the house is the ideal warm drying space. In summary, this is a stunning and versatile family home.

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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