A charming cottage sympathetically modernised whilst retaining period features in the heart this popular village.
The Cottage is situated in Baydon which is surrounded by an Area of Outstanding natural Beauty, it is criss-crossed by a network of bridle paths and quiet country lanes. The village of Baydon has a general store/Post Office, a public house, church and a good primary school. It is also in the catchment for St Johns Marlborough, an outstanding secondary school. The market towns of Marlborough and Hungerford with their various boutique shops, restaurants and coffee shops are within a 10 mile radius. Swindon is approximately 9 miles distant and provides excellent rail links to London Paddington. Junctions 14 and 15 of the M4 are 9 and 6 miles away respectively.
The Cottage is a Non Listed Building of Significant Interest, parts of which date back to the 18th Century. It is a stylish semi-detached family house constructed in the 1750’s with later additions of painted brick elevations under a tiled roof relieved by double glazed windows. The property has been extended to provide flexible family living whilst retaining its period charm. It is well presented and decorated neutrally to give it a fresh light feel. On the ground floor there is a spacious sitting room with an open working fireplace and oak flooring leading on to a large well fitted kitchen/breakfast room with bespoke units and plenty space for family entertaining. Stairs rise to the first floor which is split level reaching the two bedrooms with a couple of further steps up to the master bedroom and a generous well-appointed family bathroom with a white suite and close boarding to the walls.
The Cottage stands centrally with both rear and front gardens. To the front of the property there is an enclosed garden mainly laid to lawn with well stocked flower beds and stepping stones leading to the front door. At the back of the property there is a paved sun terrace with ample room for garden furniture to enjoy outdoor entertaining with a path leading down the garden to the home office, garage and parking for two cars.