Guide Price £725,000 Sold
  • Charming house overlooking the green
  • Vaulted kitchen/dining room
  • Sitting room and separate dining room
  • Welcoming reception hall
  • 3 bedrooms
  • Bathroom and 2 cloakrooms
  • Detached garden studio/office
  • Beautiful gardens
  • Parking
  • No onward chain

A charming period and listed house situated on the green in this highly regarded, popular and conveniently located village. This light character home has been lovingly updated and improved by the current owners. The stable type front door leads in to a large and welcoming hall way with brick floor. To the right of the hall there is a well proportioned double aspect sitting room with wood burning stove and fitted storage. To the other side of the hall there is a good dining room leading through to the recently extended and part vaulted kitchen/dining room. This room, with its high ceiling and oak framed extension is the focus of this home and has space for a large table and a separate seating area to the side of the wood burning stove. Also on the ground floor there is a utility room and a cloakroom. Upstairs the large landing has plenty of space for a desk. There are three good bedrooms and a luxurious family bathroom. There is also a further separate cloakroom.

The property is approached over the green and through a gate in a picket fence with a gravelled path leading to an oak framed porch. There is driveway parking to the side of the house and a gate from here leads in to the back garden where there are some wonderful shrubs and trees including a grape vine, fig tree and cherry tree. Passing the log store and to the rear of the garden there is a vegetable area. A seating area is placed directly behind the house to get the afternoon sun. There are two timber sheds and a large chicken run.

Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating. Council tax band: E.

The property is situated in the conservation area overlooking the pretty village green. The village that sits on the border between Wiltshire and West Berkshire and has a social community with a church and village hall. Nearby are Wilton and Crofton, famed for their windmill and beam engines respectively. The Swan Inn at Wilton is a friendly pub serving good food. Burbage is also a short distance away with a pub, village shop, post office, builders supplies and a petrol station with post office and mini super market.

East Grafton is equidistant from both historic and thriving market towns, each of which have an extensive range of quality independent and well known retailers and high street shops, public houses, restaurants and cafes along with swimming pools, sports centres, health clubs and super markets. The M4 motorway can be reached at J14 (12 miles) or J15 (15 miles). Railway stations at Pewsey, Great Bedwyn, Hungerford, Swindon or Andover link to London and the west. The area is surrounded by glorious countryside designated as an AONB providing many opportunities for weekend walks. The property is in catchment for Great Bedwyn CofE Primary School which in turn feeds in to St. John's Academy, Marlborough. Local private schools include St. Francis, Pinewood, Dauntsey's, St. Mary's Calne and Marlborough College.

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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