This attractive house was built we understand in 1993 by Hannick Homes and is constructed of brick under a tiled roof with all but the downstairs cloakroom window fitted with double glazing. The sitting room is dual aspect with an electric fire set in a decorative fire place and with some under-stairs storage. There is a downstairs cloakroom with WC. The kitchen is fitted with a good range of wall and base units, an integrated fridge-freezer, double electric oven, electric hob and plumbing for a washing machine. A
conservatory with heating provides a pleasant place to sit and enjoy views of the garden. The landing has an airing cupboard with heating. There is a well appointed family bathroom and three bedrooms; all of which have fitted wardrobes. The master bedroom enjoys wonderful far reaching views over the surrounding countryside.
Garden and grounds
The property is set quietly in a conservation area at the end of a cul de sac of a few houses and is approached through a short stretch of picturesque woodland. There is an area of front garden which includes a low boundary hedge as well as flower beds of seasonal flowers. A path which is owned by the parish council extends around to the side of the property where there is a covered porch over the front door. A gate leads through to the rear courtyard garden where there is a shed and a paved area leading to steps up to a gravelled terrace. The garden includes mature shrubs as well as flower beds and borders.
Surrounding area and communications
Aldbourne is a sought after and most appealing downland village, situated amidst surrounding unspoilt farmland. It is a traditional village with a Square and village green. Local shops include a Co-operative for day to day needs, a delicatessen, a couple of pubs, a primary school and a thriving community with many local and wide-ranging activities. The larger market towns of Marlborough and Hungerford are approximately 8 miles equidistant. Swindon is approximately 7 miles distant with main line railway services to London Paddington in under an hour. Alternative rail services are also available from Hungerford. M4 motorway access to west and east is excellent with Junction 15 approx 7 miles.
From Marlborough proceed out of the town on the A345 towards Swindon. Turn left after Ogbourne St. Andrew signposted to Aldbourne and continue for approximately 4 miles into the village. On arriving in the village bear slightly right and proceed for about 300m to the next roundabout. Turn right off here into Turnpike and first left into Rectory Wood. The property is located at the end of the cul de sac on the left hand side.