This attractive detached property was built we understand, in 1998 and is constructed of brick under a tiled roof. It is double glazed throughout and has the additional benefit of a garage and off road parking. The sitting room has a wood burner set in an attractive wooden mantle and has double doors leading to the study. Glazed double doors from the study lead into the garden room/dining room which is a light and bright area with feature beams and a wooden floor. Glazed sliding doors lead from here into the garden as does a further single door and another providing internal access to the garage. The kitchen is a good size and was recently refurbished to include a Magnet kitchen with many integrated appliances and specialist units including a sliding larder store, deep pan holder drawers and waste bins. Off the entrance hall is a cloakroom with wc and upstairs are 3 bedrooms; the master being en suite. A well appointed family bathroom and spacious airing cupboard completes the accommodation on the first floor.
Garden and Grounds
A side gate off the driveway leads to the front of the house where there are flowering shrubs and rose bushes. A pathway leads around past the garage into the rear garden where there is a large garden shed, areas of lawn, flower beds and a sizeable pond well stocked with fish.
Surrounding area and communications
Collingbourne Kingston is a 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. The village itself has a village hall, church and public house with the nearby village of Collingbourne Ducis having a post office, village shop and primary school. 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 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).
Please note there is a Southern Electric pole in the garden which has a wayleave agreement.
From Marlborough High Street proceed south on the A346 towards Burbage and at the roundabout take the third exit to Salisbury. Continue along this road for approximately 5 miles and on entering Collingbourne Kingston turn left into Parsonage Vale, opposite the pub, just after the roundabout and the cottage is the first on the left hand side.