This substantial and very interesting village property was built, we understand, approximately 230 years ago and is constructed of part whitewashed and part rendered brick and flint under a tiled roof. The house is not listed and presents a fantastic opportunity for anyone wishing to update to their own specification. There are two reception rooms on the ground floor, one of which the current owner is using as a bedroom. The sitting room, has a wooden floor, is double aspect and has an open fire set in a stone surround. Steps opposite the front door lead down to a brick lined cellar, providing useful storage. The kitchen/ dining area includes doors to both the side garden and to the driveway and has an attractive slate floor. There are a range of wall and base units and a range cooker with a halogen hob. Beyond the kitchen is a good size utility room with a Butler sink and plumbing for a washing machine. Accessed via stairs from the kitchen is a bedroom with a vaulted and beamed ceiling. It is double aspect and has a wooden floor. Off the kitchen/dining area is a shower room with w.c. Upstairs are 3 further bedrooms; two sharing the Jack and Jill family bathroom.
Gardens and grounds
A partly shared driveway leads along the side of the property to the two garages and there is parking for several vehicles. A gate beside the garage leads to an extensive rear garden of approximately 1/3rd of an acre with views across open countryside. There is a paved sun terrace and an expansive lawn which is edged with mature trees and bushes.
Surrounding area and communications
Brunton is a small hamlet on the edge of the village of Collingbourne Kingston, located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a Conservation Area, with many riding and walking opportunities in the surrounding countryside including the Pewsey Vale and Marlborough Downs. The village itself has a village hall, church and public house with the nearby village of Collingbourne Ducis (1 mile) having a primary school. The market town of Marlborough, 9 miles, provides a wider range of amenities and shopping and leisure facilities. The area is well served by an excellent range of local schools, with a primary schools including St Francis Preparatory School in Pewsey, as well as Dauntsey's and Marlborough College. There are rail communications from Pewsey and Great Bedwyn to London Paddington (about 1 hour) and to London Waterloo from Andover (about 1 hour 15 mins). The M4 Junction 15 and the A303/M3 are all close by, giving access to London and the West Country.
From Marlborough High Street, take the A346 towards Burbage and at the roundabout take the 3rd exit towards Salisbury. On entering Collingbourne Kingston, turn left at the mini roundabout just before the church, towards Brunton. Continue for approximately 1 mile and the property can be found on the left hand side as indicated by our For Sale board.