- Video available on request
- Living room with wood burner
- Study/work from home office
- Family bathroom
- Excellent village location
- Three bedrooms
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Utility/boot room
- Storage shed to side
- St Johns Academy catchment
This charming cottage is hidden behind high hedges close to the centre of the village, with a gate from the village road opening on to the garden and revealing the view of the property.
On entering the property, a stable door leads in to a lobby accessing the living room to the left or to the other side, the superb kitchen/breakfast room, both of these rooms have lovely exposed beams, while the kitchen also has an exposed brick floor. Of particular note in the living room are the wood burning stove and the lovely windows making this room lovely and light and providing views over the village. The kitchen breakfast room, with further wood burning stove, provides an excellent informal entertaining space and is double aspect. Beyond the kitchen, there is a utility room which also has a separate door from the garden and leads to the study/office which provides excellent work from home space.
A staircase leads off the kitchen up to a spacious landing with a window to the rear. The first floor provides three lovely bedrooms, with character throughout. The landing also gives access to the family bathroom which is fitted with a modern suite including a shower over the bath. The two double bedrooms benefit from bespoke fitted storage, while there is also further storage under the stairs.
The garden is to the front of the property and provides a real sun trap being south/east facing. A central path leads to the front door with a terrace to the front of the house providing plenty of space for dining. The garden has been beautifully designed as a traditional country cottage garden with mature hedging and seasonal shrubs and flowers.
The thriving and friendly village of Aldbourne has excellent facilities including a post office/cafe, a well-stocked co-operative store, a village library, tennis club, St Michael's Primary School, large village church, two public houses and a takeaway. Numerous activities and clubs exist within the village, including a heritage centre, tennis club, drama group, Youth Council, Community Junction and a nationally-renowned brass band, to name a few.
The larger towns of Hungerford, with it's rail link to Reading and London is approximately 7 miles away while the market town of Marlborough is approximately 8 miles south west where a wide range of shops and amenities can be found. The village is surrounded by some of the most scenic countryside in the county with fantastic bridleways, walking and mountain biking. The M4 junction 15 is also within easy striking distance.
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.