This very well presented property which was built in 1998, is constructed of brick under a tiled roof and is double glazed throughout with an attractive finish to the frames. The house has the additional benefit of a heat recovery and ventilation system. The ground floor accommodation comprises of a good size sitting room with a working fireplace set in a stone mantel and hearth. There is a dining room with Georgian style glazed doors to the garden terrace, a study and a downstairs cloakroom with w.c and plenty of storage. The kitchen/breakfast room/conservatory is a most attractive room with French doors leading to the garden. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units and an integral double electric oven, hob and dishwasher. There is space for a free standing fridge freezer and in the utility room there is plumbing for a washing machine, further storage cupboards and a side door to the garden. Upstairs the master bedroom has an en suite and extensive fitted wardrobes and there are 3 further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The landing is of a good size giving a feeling of light and space and there is a window on the stairs affording a wonderful view over the neighbouring fields and beyond.
Gardens and grounds
There is an area of lawn to the front of the property with some mature shrubs and borders for flowers. A path and gate lead to the rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn but also includes an area of sun terrace and a garden shed. There are a number of mature shrubs and trees including a magnificent Wisteria growing on the back of the house. The property includes an integral garage and off road parking.
Surrounding area and communications
The house sits on the edge of the village and overlooks the surrounding countryside. Burbage is a sought after community only 5 miles south of Marlborough and benefits from local amenities such as a primary school, church, pub and doctor's surgery. Burbage is situated within the North Wessex Downs area of outstanding natural beauty at the eastern end of the Pewsey Vale and on the doorstep of Savernake Forest. It is surrounded by glorious countryside with the Kennet and Avon canal lying just to the north. Marlborough has an excellent range of independent shops and restaurants whilst Swindon is also easily accessible. The M4 is joined at either junctions 14 or 15 for access to London and the west and there are good railway links into London Paddington from either Pewsey, Great Bedwyn or Hungerford (from 1 hour 10 minutes approximately). The area is well served by an excellent range of state and independent schools including St John's, Marlborough College and St Francis Prep School.
From Marlborough High Street take the A346 towards Salisbury and continue through the Savernake forest over the railway bridge and continue to the Burbage roundabout. Take the second exit off the roundabout and continue for a short while taking the first left hand turn into Eastcourt Road. Saddlers Way is the next left and the property is at the end of the cul de sac on the right hand side