- Excellent village location
- Detached character house
- Modern detached outbuilding with shower room
- 4 bedrooms
- Generous bathroom
- Sitting room and family room/office
- Kitchen/dining room
- Utility and cloakroom
- Garage and parking
- Excellent school catchment
This charming character house occupies a private plot within easy reach of all village amenities. The property has been extended over the years and offers a lovely mix of accommodation with a stunning kitchen/dining room with two sets of bi-folding doors providing an excellent everyday living and entertaining space. Leading from here in to the older part of the house there is a characterful sitting room with a gas fired stove, while also off the kitchen there is also a separate office/family room with plenty of fitted storage. The ground floor also provides a utility room, a cloak room and a useful porch. Upstairs the large landing leads to four bedrooms and a generous family bathroom. The main bedroom is lovely and light with a double aspect providing a lovely outlook over the village to the downs beyond.
The property benefits from owning parking for two vehicles on the opposite side of this quiet lane. There is also a detached garage towards the end of the plot. Steps from the lane lead through a gate and up to the enclosed porch to the side of the house. There is a patio area directly outside the kitchen/dining area and a level lawn leading away from this and down to the garden studio. This substantial detached building has been beautifully finished and provides excellent versatile space whether for family gatherings, a children's den, a studio or working from home. This outbuilding also incorporates a garden store.
All mains services connected. Solar panels mounted on roof of outbuilding. Council Tax Band E.
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 court, 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 village is within catchment for St. Johns Academy in Marlborough.
The larger town 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 14 or 15 is also within easy striking distance.
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