An 18th century period cottage in a lovely rural situation with a large garden and 13 acres adjoining open farmland.
Coppers enjoys a peaceful rural location situated off a quiet lane in the hamlet of Marten, a small community adjoining open countryside. Marten is set amidst unspoilt countryside in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is within a short
distance from the large village of Shalbourne and Great Bedwyn with excellent primary schools. Great Bedwyn has a rail link to London Paddington 1 hour 10 minutes and both provide a range of local amenities including shops, pubs and doctors surgery.
The market towns of Hungerford and Marlborough are within easy reach and provide a varied range of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities.
The M4 and M3 connections are accessed via Hungerford and Andover, as are mainline train services into Paddington and Waterloo respectively.
Coppers dates from the 18th Century originally two cottages and now one with a later addition in 1960’s, the property is constructed of appealing brick elevations under a newly thatched roof. The accommodation is in need of some updating and there is further potential for extending with the necessary consents, however the property has period character combining well with flexible living spaces.
On the ground floor there is an entrance hall with 2 reception rooms, conservatory and sun room as well as a spacious kitchen/breakfast room. On the first floor there are 3 bedrooms complemented with a bathroom and separate cloakroom.
The house stands at the end of its own driveway with welltended private gardens and paddocks totalling 13 acres. There is private parking and a desirable garage and workshop.
Gardens and Grounds
The house is approached via a private village road, which Coppers has a right of way over to private drive accessed by five bar gate to private tarmac drive with plenty of parking to garage and workshop. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn
with pretty flower and shrub borders. There are specimen trees. There is a stile leading to the paddocks with stock proof fencing, there is also a footpath that runs through the one of the paddocks. The position is idyllic enjoying the most
delightful rural views.