This period property was originally built we understand, in the 16th century and is constructed of brick and flint with a thatched roof. The front door opens into a beautiful beamed sitting room with inglenook fireplace with bricked in bread oven and a multi-fuel stove. There is an area for dining and stairs, with storage beneath, lead to the first floor. A corridor leads from the sitting room to a stable door accessing the rear garden. The kitchen, situated at the back of the property overlooks the garden. This lovely light room features a tiled roof with velux window, integrated fridge/freezer, oven with grill, a hob and a useful larder cupboard. To the left of the corridor is a utility area with sink, plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine, and an adjoining cloakroom.
On the first floor there is a landing leading to two bedrooms; a smaller bedroom with storage and a master bedroom with good ceiling height, windows to both the front and back and useful eaves storage. There is an en suite shower room/WC to the master bedroom. A useful loft space is accessed from the landing via a hatch and pull-down ladder.
Garden and grounds
The garden is to the rear of the property and provides an area of lawn with borders and a vegetable patch, with a summerhouse and shed. There is side access to the road.
Surrounding area and communications
Ludgershall is a town strategically situated on the south eastern corner of Salisbury Plain. In medieval England Ludgershall Castle stood proud but was then turned into a medieval hunting lodge by Henry III that fell into disuse by the 15th century, of which three walls still remain. The property is a few minutes walk from the castle ruins and is an ideal base from which to enjoy a host of wonderful walking opportunities and bike trails, with Collingbourne Woods and Chute's Forest also nearby together with the open spaces of Salisbury Plain. There are several golf courses close at hand. Ludgershall is well placed for the A303, M4 and M3 with nearby Andover and Grateley train stations giving direct access to London Waterloo. Extensive local bus services operate from the village. There are a number of cafes, supermarkets and restaurants, an award winning butcher and a doctor's surgery. The area is well served by an excellent range of schooling. Mainline rail communications to London Paddington can be found at Pewsey.
There is a right of way to the neighbouring property.
From Marlborough, take the A346 in a southerly direction towards Salisbury. Continue to Burbage passing straight over the roundabout towards Salisbury. Proceed through Collingbourne Kingston and in Collingbourne Ducis bear left towards Ludgershall. At the next T-Junction with the A342 bear left towards Ludgershall 1½ miles. Proceed into the town where the property will be found shortly on the right hand side.