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A really lovely Grade II listed four bedroom detached cottage recently refurbished and presented with much style and flair with a garage, ample parking and generous gardens set on the edge of this popular village. Originally three cottages and believed to date from early 17th century, the cottage offers versatile accommodation with much character and period charm combined with a modern living and contemporary style. The kitchen/breakfast room has an excellent range of cupboards with an island unit with breakfast bar and is fitted with a Rangemaster cooker with extractor over. The dining room has wooden flooring, exposed beams and a Gas living flame stove set into an inglenook fireplace. There is a cosy family room which leads into a stunning sitting room with an open fire, exposed beams and fabulous window seat. Upstairs a spacious landing provides a most attractive reading area. There are four bedrooms, and a wonderful family bathroom fitted with a slipper bath and separate shower. The master bedroom is a lovely spacious room with an en suite shower. In all this is an excellent and idyllic country cottage.
The property stands in the heart of the village in a conservation area. Chiseldon is a large village offering a good range of amenities including shops, pubs, a garage and a primary school. Swindon (about 3 miles to the north) offers a comprehensive range of services and amenities including a station with mainline services to London Paddington. The market town of Marlborough is about 7 miles to the south. Junction 15 of the M4 motorway and access to the A419 provide excellent links to London, the west country and the midlands. The surrounding downland countryside is designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is ideal for walking, riding and other country pursuits.
The cottage is set of a village lane and has a gravel drive leading to ample parking in front of an attached timber garage. The gardens are south facing and extend to just over third of an acre in all, offering much privacy. There is a sun terrace to the front with attractive and original well (capped) and the gardens are mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs, a small pond and with a timber shed.
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