- Central village location
- Triple aspect sitting room
- Utility room
- Two further double bedrooms
- Courtyard garden
- Entrance lobby
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Master bedroom en suite
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
A small entrance space leads to a wonderfully large, light and airy triple aspect sitting room with French doors to the courtyard garden. This room, which is a great entertaining space, has lots of character with exposed painted timbers, exposed stonework, and a wood-burning stove. The kitchen/breakfast room has fully fitted units with a built-in dishwasher and space for a large fridge freezer. Plenty of painted timbers and brickwork continues the character. Leading off the kitchen is a useful utility room with a large sink and space for a washing machine and tumble-dryer. On the first floor the Master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with a white suite. There are two further double bedrooms and a family shower room with a large cubicle and a w/c.
The property has a pretty courtyard garden with flagstones and with gated side access. The garden is enclosed by a brick wall. There is also a garden shed. Whilst not allocated, there is generous parking outside the property making this a particularly desirable set up for a central village location.
The thriving and friendly village of Aldbourne (the locals are known as ‘Dabchicks') has excellent facilities - 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 restaurant. Numerous activities exist within the village, including a heritage centre to chart it's interesting history, and Aldbourne has a nationally-renowned brass band.
The larger towns of Hungerford, with it's rail link to Reading, London and the west is approx 7 miles away, and the market town of Marlborough lies approx 8 miles south west where a wide range of shops and amenities can be found. Aldbourne is surrounded by some of the most scenic countryside in the county with fantastic bridleways, walking and mountain biking. The M4 J15 is within easy striking distance.
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