This pretty cottage, constructed of weathered brick with a rendered gable end and tiled roof, was built in approximately 1890. An attractive red brick path leads to the front door which opens into a hallway off which is the sitting room. The sitting room has a bay window, a wood burning stove set in a feature fireplace and an under stairs storage cupboard. The kitchen/dining room is a lovely open plan area and there are a full range of base and wall units as well as plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher. A stable door leads to the rear garden. A generously proportioned staircase rises to the first floor where there are 2 bedrooms and a family bathroom which is panelled to dado rail height and furnished with contemporary fittings.
Garden and grounds
The front of the property has a row of mature shrubs and trees and a small area for flowers but the rear garden which may be accessed from the side of the property or through the kitchen, is terraced and is constructed of pretty winding paths of brick and slate. There are lovely areas to sit and enjoy the sun at various times of the day and the area is made private by a perimeter of mature shrubs and trees. There is a wood shed and the oil tank is discreetly located.
Surrounding area and communications
Froxfield is a charming village conveniently placed between
Marlborough and Hungerford. It lies within the St. John's school catchement area and there is a bus stop outside the door. Cobbs farmshop is nearby and provides milk and has a butchers and fishmongers as well as a wide variety of other foods, flowers and plants. There is a village pub and the very popular pub The Bell at Ramsbury is nearby. Oka, an interior design store is also close by and
there is a primary school, a nursery and pre-school in a nearby village.
From Marlborough High Street proceed east on the A4 and continue for approximately 5 miles into the village of Froxfield. Proceed through the bend in the road and before the mews buildings take a left hand turn into a slip road and the house is located on the left hand side.