This character property built approximately 200 years ago of brick with a slate roof, is very conveniently placed for all the best that the town of Hungerford has to offer, including a 5 minute walk to the mainline train station which connects with London Paddington. It has been sympathetically and stylishly restored using calm and contemporary colours and modern fixtures and fittings. Off the entrance hall is a reception room with an office beyond which could be used as a downstairs bedroom and en suite bathroom if required. To the left is the sitting room with a wall of built in shelving and a log burner set in a terracotta hearth. The kitchen/dining room is a light and airy space fitted with a Neptune kitchen and bespoke granite and oak worktops. It has a travertine floor and a gas Rangemaster with a gas oven and an additional electric oven. The dining area has quadruple-fold timber framed doors leading to the garden terrace, which when fully opened invites the pretty garden into the room. The utility room off the kitchen is fitted with beech block work tops, a Belfast sink and an attractive terracotta tiled floor, the same being found in the entrance hall and reception room. There is a downstairs cloakroom and a stable door to the courtyard garden. Upstairs are 3 bedrooms, a family bathroom with an airing cupboard and a separate shower room. There is timber framed double glazing throughout the property.
Gardens and Grounds
A shared driveway leads to the rear of the property where there is parking for several cars. Adjacent to the parking spaces is a barn split into two, one side being a large storage shed and the other being a larger area which could be used in a number of ways, eg. artist studio or workshop. An attractive wrought iron gate leads through to the charming, walled, courtyard garden which is planted with a mature magnolia, a flowering cherry as well as honeysuckle and roses. There is a sun terrace providing a super place for outside entertaining.
Surrounding area and communications
Hungerford is renowned for its antiques and benefits from a range of individual boutiques, shops and two supermarkets. Situated on the banks of the Kennet & Avon canal, it has a primary and comprehensive school, library, doctor's surgery, and leisure centre. There is a rail service to Newbury, Reading and London (Paddington) and the M4 Motorway is three miles away.
Please note the driveway to the side of the property is shared with 3 others.
From Marlborough High Street proceed east on the A4 in the direction of Hungerford. Continue for approximately 10 miles and the property is located on the left handside almost opposite a Dick Lovett car show room.
To find out more about this property and its location please contact our Marlborough office
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"A characterful period three bedroom house close to the centre of Hungerford"
01672 519 222