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Cook Road, Aldbourne, Marlborough, SN8
Sold Subject to Contract

3 beds | 2 baths | 3 receptions | Guide price £480,000


  • Quiet cul-de-sac
  • Sought-after location
  • Impressive dining room/family room
  • Attractive, fitted kitchen
  • Enviable elevated position
  • Garage & driveway
  • Utility room
  • En-suite to master

This wonderful family home is situated on a LOVELY, QUIET CUL-DE-SAC in the sought-after village of ALDBOURNE. Features include a garage, beautiful private garden with views over the surrounding area and well-presented accommodation.

DESCRIPTION
This delightful family home is offered in excellent order throughout, with spacious accommodation of approximately 1,500 square feet arranged over two floors. The accommodation comprises an entrance hallway, utility room, cloakroom, conservatory, attractive fitted kitchen, wonderful dining room/family room with French doors into the rear garden, a generous sized living room with a lovely outlook on the ground floor. On the first floor is the master bedroom with en-suite, two further double bedrooms and a beautiful family bathroom.

OUTSIDE
The front of the property is approached via the driveway, which leads to the front door and garage. The beautiful rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with established flower bed borders, offering a good degree of privacy. There is a garden shed and a raised area of patio, perfect for enjoying the afternoon sun and the glorious views over the surrounding countryside.

SERVICES
All mains services are connected. The property operates on gas central heating.

Aldbourne is a popular Wiltshire village with a vibrant community. It has two pubs, two cafes, post office, shop, Ofsted rated 'outstanding' primary school, church and lots of clubs and societies from ballet to brass bands. It is located just outside the historical market town of Marlborough, which boasts one of the widest High Streets in the country and enjoys a cafe culture ambience and a Rick Stein restaurant. Commuters are served well, with the M4 motorway (Junctions 14 & 15) both approximately 8 miles away. Access to the rail network is via Swindon (mainline) or Hungerford (Paddington about 1 hour from either). Further facilities can be found in the historic market towns of Marlborough, Hungerford and Newbury and the cities of Salisbury and Bath.

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