Tudor Cottage, Ham, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 3RB

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Brief description:
A delightful detached period cottage in one of the areas most sought after villages.
Full description:
The village of Ham is 4 miles south west of Hungerford and 11 miles south east of Marlborough in a Conservation Area and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Hungerford and Marlborough have an extensive range of shops whilst the larger regional centers of Newbury, Swindon and Salisbury offer a wider range of services.
A direct train service runs from Hungerford to Paddington in 65 minutes or from Andover 12 miles away, to London Waterloo takes 65 minutes. The M4 is accessed at J14 some 8 miles away and The A303/M3 is reached at Andover.

The area is renowned for its excellent prep schools: Horris Hill, Cheam, Farleigh and Elstree. Marlborough College, St Mary’s Calne and Downe House are nearby with Radley College 40 minutes away. Newbury and Marlborough have excellent state schools. Tudor Cottage lies in the heart of this idyllic village is set privately flank onto the village road and is approached viea its own gravelled drive.

Tudor Cottage, dating from the 16th and 17th Centuries, is Grade 11 listed and is of timber frame and brick elevations under a thatched roof and arranged over two floors with the later addition of a conservatory to the garden end. This picturesque cottage offers excellent well-presented accommodation with a wealth of period character whilst at the same time catering for modern requirements. The property benefits from Beech timber flooring through the ground floor and under floor heating to the kitchen and conservatory.

Sitting Room, Study/Bedroom 4, lobby, Utility Room, Bathroom, Dining area and Kitchen, Conservatory.

Double Bedroom, Shower Room, two further Bedrooms

The property is approached over a gravelled drive through timber gates to a parking area also leading to the large timber Store Shed to one side. A mixture of mature hedging and timber fencing borders the grounds. A gate, through a trellis with mature planting leads to the flagstoned terrace, ideal for entertaining and lying off the Conservatory. There are well stocked beds and the garden is mostly laid to lawn with a number of mature trees including a Magnolia, apple and weeping willow.

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