A detached 3 bedroom period house set within a quiet part of a popular village.
Cherry Corner is conveniently located close to the village centre, the Square and the village green which form the focal point of this sought after village. The property is within easy reach of the shop, post office and two public houses. There is
an active village community, and other facilities include an Ofsted Outstanding primary school, library and a church. The surrounding countryside is made of undulating chalk downs and is excellent for walking and riding, with Areas of Outstanding
Natural Beauty close by. Communications are excellent, with the M4 motorway (Junctions 14 & 15) approximately 8 miles away, Swindon 10 miles with mainline railway station (Paddington about 1 hour) and further facilities can be found at the historic market towns of Marlborough 8 miles, Hungerford 7 miles, Swindon, Salisbury and Bath, and horse racing at Newbury.
Cherry Corner is a deceptively spacious detached village house, built in 1901 and is constructed of white brick elevations under a slate tiled roof. The front door opens into a bright full height hallway with a door leading off into the kitchen/breakfast room with neutral units and wooden work surfaces, integral appliances and a gas ‘Rangemaster’ with double oven and extractor. The sitting room is well proportioned with a marble fireplace. Both rooms are bright with good sized windows that overlook the garden. At the rear of the house is a dining room, third bedroom and a separate utility/shower room. There is also a further room which could be used as a study/boot room with door opening to the rear of the property. Throughout the downstairs are original Oak floorboards which add character to this otherwise contemporary conversion. The stairs lead up to the first floor with an open landing. There are a further two bedrooms with plenty of eaves storage, and added sky lights which create a bright and airy feel. Both rooms are
complemented by a well-appointed family bathroom.
The house is approached via Goddards Lane to a gravelled parking area and work shop/shed with power, lighting and plumbing. A stepping stone path leads to the front door. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and has planted flower beds and mature shrubs. The garden was designed by local
garden designer Isabelle van Lennep, IVL and so the planting is fantastic all year round. At the side of the house is a paved terrace area perfect for outside dining. The rear outside area is enclosed by 6ft wooden fencing.