A charming Grade II listed period cottage with additional self-contained annexe and outbuilding

Twin Cottage is a delightful Grade II Listed thatched property with plenty of charming original details, as well as a separate annexe, offering self-contained accommodation. Throughout the property there are timber ceiling beams and exposed brickwork, while the sitting room has an impressive original fireplace. The porch at the front of the cottage opens into the comfortable sitting room, with a grand fireplace. There is also a formal dining room with a cast-iron and tiled fireplace, as well as a conservatory looking out across the rear garden. The kitchen and breakfast room has plenty of storage space in wooden units to base and wall level, as well as a range cooker. There are four bedrooms upstairs, including the generous principal bedroom, which has extensive fitted storage. There is also a family bathroom. The Annexe: Historically, this was the timber wood shed to the property which was largely rebuilt as additional accommodation in recent years. The annexe is to the side of the cottage and has its own entrance at the rear, with a kitchen and shower room on the ground floor, as well as a mezzanine level bedroom.

Outside

To the front of the cottage there are pretty gardens, enclosed by a flint and brick wall. The gardens have a variety of plants and shrubs, and a paved pathway leading to the front door. To the rear there is a driveway and parking area in front of the double garage, which currently is used as storage or workshop/studio space. The rear gardens have lawns on several levels, as well as paved terracing and pathways, with a wooden decking area at the top of the garden, providing the ideal spot to sit and relax.

Situation

The property is in the small village of Froxfield, between the historic market towns of Marlborough and Hungerford, and in the heart of the stunning North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Hungerford is less than three miles away, and offers a good selection of day-to-day amenities, including local shops, a library and a supermarket, plus several pubs and restaurants. There are some notable primary schools located in the nearby villages of Great Bedwyn as well as Hungerford, Ramsbury and Marlborough. For secondary education there is St Johns Marlborough and also Marlborough College. Hungerford mainline station also offers services to London Paddington in one hour. For any further needs, Marlborough is around seven miles away, while Newbury is within 11 miles, and offers a wealth of shopping and leisure facilities. The property is conveniently placed for access to the M4, which can be joined six miles away, offering easy access to London, or to the West Country.

Directions

From Newbury, take the A4/Western Avenue towards Hungerford, continue to follow the A4 for 11 miles, through Hungerford and into Froxfield. Turn left onto Brewhouse Hill and you will find the property almost immediately on your left-hand side, just after the turning for Manor Park. Parking is in front of the garage immediately on your right having turned into Manor Park.

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Other features

  • Sitting room
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • 4 Bedrooms Bathroom
  • Annexe with kitchen, shower room & mezzanine level bedroom
  • Double Garage
  • Garden

Other details

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Ref: NEW200072

Froxfield Marlborough Wiltshire SN8

Guide Price
£545,000

Ref: NEW200072

Froxfield Marlborough Wiltshire SN8

Guide Price
£545,000