Brunton, Collingbourne Kingston, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8

£975,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Set against a backdrop of open fields to the rear and down a private drive shared with one other stands this handsome modern detached house. The property is arranged over three storeys and each room flows beautifully to the next with a superb light and airy feeling.

The main entrance hall offers good storage, access to the first floor and the reception rooms of which there are three including a useful study, drawing room of superb proportions and the benefit of a multi fuel wood burner set in a stone hearth and surround. The drawing room connects to the dining room which is equally accommodating and overlooks the garden and both of which have French doors to the garden and terrace. The kitchen/ breakfast room sits to the rear of the house and enjoys garden and country views. It is fitted with a wealth of cupboards and integral appliances, it has an adjoining utility room and from the kitchen there is direct access to the loggia and outside.

The first floor boasts 4 generous bedrooms including a master bedroom and guest bedroom with en-suites and a family bathroom.

The second floor provides a bedroom, bathroom, attic room with kitchenette ideal as a separate studio flat, or for guests/au pair.

The property makes for an ideal family home which enjoys beautiful accommodation and views as well as being perfectly situated.

Situation

Collingbourne Kingston is situated midway between Salisbury and Swindon in the Bourne Valley on the edge of Salisbury Plain, and is a designated Area of Outstanding Beauty, ideal for walking and riding with numerous footpaths and bridleways around the village. The historic market town of Marlborough about 8 miles north offers a comprehensive range of services and amenities, including a twice weekly market, leisure centre and recently opened Rick Stein Restaurant. Pewsey and Hungerford have direct rail services to London Paddington and the South West, with Andover having services to London Waterloo. The A303 (M3) is about 10 miles to the south with the M4 junction 14 about 16 miles north.

Outside

The property is set behind the church of St Mary's along a shared private gravel drive. To the front of the property there is ample parking and a double garage with an internal door which leads to a first floor gym.

The manicured grounds beautifully wrap around the house and extend down to a field to the rear and include fully stocked shrub and flower beds as well as several trees. They are mainly laid to lawn with fencing and an attractive semi-circular paved terrace adjoins the house ideal for taking in the beautiful view. On the south side of the property there is a covered Loggia creating a seating and dining area.

Additional Information

Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating. Underfloor heating to the ground and first floor. Radiators on the second floor.

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