Guide Price £895,000 Sold
  • 2/3 bedroom character detached house
  • Thatched open barn style garage with room above
  • Paddock of approximately 1.5 acres
  • For sale for the first time in 40 years
  • 2/3 bedroom modern detached annexe
  • Gardens of approximately half an acre
  • Extensive parking
  • Edge of village position

This truly fascinating character house was largely rebuilt approximately forty years ago on behalf of the current owner. Consequently while providing character accommodation, the majority of the brickwork and external beams date from this period. The property also benefits from high ceilings on the ground floor where there is an excellent sitting room with multi-fuel stove with back boiler and a lovely light kitchen/breakfast room with solid fuel Aga range and a larder. There is also a study to the rear of the house, together with a cloakroom, front hall and front and rear porches. The first floor benefits from two double bedrooms, both with fitted storage, and a family bathroom. A further staircase leads up to a third occasional bedroom and an attic room (note restricted access on stairway and second floor landing space).

The annexe was converted from a detached garage block approximately five years ago and offers fantastic, light, modern accommodation separate from the house. The annexe provides a kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room with multi fuel stove and a further reception room which could be used as a ground floor bedroom adjacent to the shower room. There are two bedrooms on the first floor with a bathroom off the landing.

The house benefits from gardens all around which are laid out as both formal spaces and vegetable areas. There is a gravel drive leading up to the annexe and open garage with a pathway leading to the house. The level paddock can be found to the far side of the annexe with a further separate access from the village lane. Total plot approximately 2.12 acres.

Burbage is a very popular village, situated on the southern edge of Savernake Forest to the south of Marlborough. The village offers plenty of amenities including: a post office, village shop, Good Ofsted rated primary school which is part of the Excalibur Academy Trust leading in to St. John's in Marlborough, petrol station, doctors surgery and public house. There is also a thriving cricket and tennis club. A more comprehensive range of shop and amenities can be found in the pretty market towns of Marlborough and Hungerford that are approximately 10 miles east or west.

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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