AN ATTRACTIVE, LIGHT AND SPACIOUS PERIOD COTTAGE IN AN EXCELLENT BOURNE VALLEY LOCATION
2 Reception rooms * 3 Bedrooms * 2 Bathrooms * Kitchen * Garden * EPC rating F
1 Test Cottages is an attractive brick semi-detached cottage in an excellent location close to the village amenities of St. Mary Bourne. The accommodation is as shown on the floor plan and includes a very light open-plan sitting/dining room with engineered wood flooring, open fireplace and large sash window which together with the rear patio glass door floods the room with light. Beyond is the kitchen with 1 ½ sink, plumbing for washing machine, dishwasher, electric induction hob with extractor hood over and electric oven. At the rear of the ground floor is a family bathroom with bath, w.c and hand basin.
On the first floor is a shower room with w.c., the master bedroom at the front of the house with a large sash window giving views over the fields beyond, second bedroom with built-in storage and third bedroom at the rear. A particular feature of the house is the unexpectedly high ceilings on the first floor which give all of the rooms a spacious feel.
To the front of the house is an attractive cottage garden enclosed with timber fencing and trellis above. Beyond the garden is an off-road gravelled parking area. To the rear of the house is an enclosed paved courtyard garden, which can be accessed along the side of the house from the front in addition to the doors from the kitchen and sitting room.
1 Test Cottages is within the St. Mary Bourne and Stoke Conservation Area. The village of St. Mary Bourne has a very good range of amenities including a church, public houses, sub post office/shop, a Health Centre and an excellent Primary School that was awarded Outstanding by Ofsted in its last inspection.
The Bourne Valley itself is an outstanding area of
countryside and is particularly well known for its
natural beauty, sporting facilities, walks and rides.
The nearby towns of Andover and Newbury offer
comprehensive facilities including mainline railway
connections to London Waterloo (Andover) and Paddington (Newbury). There is also a good range of amenities available in the town of Whitchurch about 4 miles distant as well as a mainline railway station with trains to London (Waterloo). The A303 and A34 are easily accessible providing convenient road access to London, The West Country and to The North and South.