Church Cottage has been modernised over the years yet retains many character features including thumb latch doors and beams. The property sits in an elevated position known locally as the Triangle and is approached by a short flight of steps and handrail. The property is enclosed by a picket fence and gate at the front and a gravel path leads to the front porch. Upon entering the hall the double aspect sitting room with an oil burning stove is to your right. Across the hall there is a dining room leading to a galley style kitchen with fitted wooden wall and base units, sink and drainer and an integrated hob and oven. There is a side stable door from the kitchen leading to the garden. Stairs rise from the dining room and lead to the first floor where there is a spacious landing with three bedrooms to the front of the property. The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom and a walk in cupboard, together with built in wardrobes. There is a family bathroom at the other end of the landing.
Garden and grounds
To the left hand side of the cottage there is an outbuilding comprising thatched workshop/office fitted with light and power together with a useful separate store.The cottage garden is a particularly attractive feature of the property with mature shrubs and trees and planted with cottage flowers including roses, lilac and buddleia. Attractive box balls line the front gravel path. There is an area of lawn and tiled terrace in which to enjoy the garden.
Surrounding are and communication
Collingbourne Kingston is an attractive village located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a Conservation Area. The surrounding countryside offers a wide network of footpaths and bridlepaths, ideal for walking, cycling and riding. Collingbourne Ducis (1 mile) has a post office, village shop and primary school. Supermarkets are to be found in Ludgershall, Tidworth and Pewsey. The larger towns of Marlborough, Andover and Hungerford are 9-12 miles away and provide a wide range of amenities, shopping and leisure facilities. The cathedral cities of Salisbury and Winchester are within easy reach. The area is well served by an excellent range of local schooling, with a primary school in Collingbourne Ducis and St Francis Preparatory School in Pewsey, as well as Dauntsey's and Marlborough College close by. There are rail communications from Pewsey and Great Bedwyn to London Paddington (about 1 hour) and to London Waterloo from Andover (about 1 hour).
From Marlborough take the A346 towards Burbage and at the roundabout proceed straight over towards Salisbury. On entering Collingbourne Kingston proceed straight over the roundabout, passing the church. Take the next turning on the left and the property can be found on the left hand side just after the War Memorial.