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A well presented three bedroom semi detached village house with the benefit of a large and beautifully landscaped garden and a double garage and set on the edge of this popular village. The house offers light and well proportioned rooms throughout and has triple glazing to the front and side windows. The sitting room is fitted with wooden bamboo flooring which continues into the entrance hall and throughout the bedrooms. French doors open into the garden and the room splits naturally to a dining area. The kitchen is fitted with a good range of cupboards along with an electric oven, ceramic hob with extractor over. There is a useful rear lobby with door to the garden and a visitors cloakroom off the hall. The bathroom has a shower over the bath. Upstairs the three double bedrooms have Bamboo flooring, the second bedroom has a built in cupboard and an attractive period feature fireplace. The main bedroom is a lovely spacious room with a built in cupboard and an ensuite cloakroom. In all this is an excellent house with ample scope for extension, subject to planning.
Collingbourne Ducis is a popular and thriving village which has a village shop with Post Office, two pubs, a primary school, church and village hall. It is approximately 9 miles to the north east of Andover, which provides a comprehensive range of services and amenities together with access to the A303 and a rail station to London Waterloo. The market town of Marlborough lies approx 20 miles north and provides an excellent range of shops and restaurants, Pewsey (about 11 miles to the north west ) and Hungerford (about 14 miles to the north east) provide rail stations to London Paddington and access to the M4 motorway at Junction 14 is about 18 miles to the north east. The surrounding downland countryside is ideal for walking and riding and there are numerous footpaths and bridleways around the village.
The gardens are a particular feature of the property, there is an attractive garden to the front bordered by mature hedging and topiary feature. There is side access to the beautiful rear gardens, which have been landscaped with a good sized sun terrace adjoining the house, ideal for outside eating. The garden has been designed with different areas, well stocked flower borders, a rose pergola, raised vegetable beds and many fruit trees. A path leads to the detached double garage, with light and power, which has parking to the front. There is a timber shed and potting area behind the garage.
The neighbouring property is currently undergoing a programme of renovation.
Three Double Bedrooms
Detached Double Garage
Generous Landscaped Gardens
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