A well-presented period cottage on the edge of this popular village set amidst unspoilt farmland enjoying magnificent rural views.
18 West Street is quietly situated in Aldbourne, which with its village green and duck pond is a delightful downland village on the Wiltshire/Berkshire borders. It is well served by a local
Post Office, cafe and store, an Ofsted Outstanding rated primary school, parish church and public houses. It is within a short drive of Marlborough and Hungerford, 7 miles and 8 miles respectively, each with excellent shopping facilities and schools. Swindon with shopping centre and main line station with fast trains (Paddington – 1 hr approx) is about 9 miles. The M4 motorway junctions 15 and 14 are within 6 and 9 miles.
18 West Street is a detached period house, known to be one of the oldest properties in Aldbourne, constructed of painted brick elevations under a thatched roof. The property is arranged over two floors and has been extensively refurbished by the present owners to provide comfortable and flexible accommodation in a period setting, the many
period features giving it a wealth of charm. There is a large entrance hall which leads through to a well-proportioned kitchen/breakfast room with a range of wall and base units, an AGA, artisan floor and breakfast bar.
Three attractive reception rooms include a garden room with a vaulted & partly glazed ceiling with doors to the garden, a sitting room with a large inglenook fireplace and dining room. There is one bedroom and one bedroom/study on the ground floor which have the most wonderful rural views. On the first floor there is a master bedroom, which
has a dressing room and ensuite bathroom, there is a further bedroom and a family bathroom with an impressive free standing roll top bath.
The house is approached from the village to a private drive leading to private parking, a garage and front garden which is laid to lawn with shrub borders. There is a large summer house with power & heating. A further lawned area is at the rear of the property, with a stone terrace perfect