1 The PaddocksBack
Guide price: £550,000
A substantial 4 bedroom detached house, sitting on a generous plot with gardens surrounding the property, double garage and off street parking located in the premium village of Aldbourne and in a sought after position. The house could benefit from modernisation / improvement.
The Paddocks in Aldbourne is considered to be a sought after and prestigious location offering a handful of large detached homes set in an attractive private position which is bordered with large mature trees. 1 The Paddocks sits to the edge of this development. The house is approached via a tarmac driveway leading to the double garage and off street parking. Access to the house is either through a side door leading into the utility room or through the front door leading into the front hall. Immediately to the left there is a double aspect sitting room (with an open fire), with French windows to the terrace and rear garden. The sitting room has double doors which open up to the dining room, beyond this is a study which looks out over the rear gardens. To the right of the hall is a WC, beyond this is the kitchen which leads onto the utility room.
Upstairs the master bedroom has fitted cupboards and an en-suite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms and a family bath and shower room.
There is a substantial detached double garage with two up and over doors.
The gardens have been well maintained and are laid mainly to lawn. There is garden to all sides of the house, to the rear and sides, the gardens are bordered by mature trees.
The location and the property itself are of a caliber that could warrant improvement and/or extension (subject to any necessary consents)
Aldbourne is a premium and picturesque village which sits within the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village has a traditional village green and duck pond as well as two village shops, post office, library, tennis club, two public houses, garage, parish church and village school rated OFSTED Outstanding and Sixpenny Nursery (8 weeks to 4 years - Open 360 days a year, 5 days a week, 7.45am to 6pm daily). The market towns of Hungerford and Marlborough provide a more extensive range of amenities. The historic cities of Salisbury and Bath are both within easy driving distance as is the commercial centre of Swindon. Importantly Aldbourne is in the catchment area for St John's Academy and Marlborough College with the highly regarded Pinewood, St Mary's, Calne and Dauntsey's nearby. There are direct rail services to London Paddington and the South West from Swindon (around 55 mins) and also from Hungerford, with access to the M4 motorway, junction 15 (about 7 miles) and Junction 14 (8 miles) also making it an excellent commuter and convenient location.
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