Lane House, Lockeridge, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 4EQ

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Brief description:
A SUBSTANTIAL EDGE OF VILLAGE FAMILY HOUSE WITH AN ANNEXE AND GARAGE BLOCK, PADDOCKS AND GARDENS APPROX 4.2 ACRES, STABLES AND TENNIS COURT, SCOPE TO EXTEND SUBJECT TO THE RELEVANT CONSENTS
IN ALL C. 4.2. ACRES (C. 1.7. HA).

Full description:
Lockeridge lies c.3 miles to the east of Marlborough and provides an excellent range of shopping, leisure and educational facilities. The larger regional centres of Swindon lies c.13 miles to the north, and the World Heritage City of Bath is c.27 miles to the west and offer a comprehensive range of services.

Communications are excellent, with regular train services to London/Paddington from Swindon (c.55 minutes) and from Pewsey (c.65 minutes). J15 of the M4 lies c.10 miles to the north.

Lane House is a substantial family house built in the 1960's of brick elevations under a pitched tiled roof, and arranged over two floors. The well maintained accommodation has well-proportioned and spacious reception rooms offering flexible, light and airy accommodation, in a country house style. The house subject to the relevant consents could well suit extension.

Entrance Hall, Dining Hall, Drawing Room, Sitting Room, Kitchen, Utility Room.

Master Bedroom Suite, Four Further Bedrooms and Two Bathrooms.

Annexe: Entrance Hall/Utility, Open Plan Living Room/Kitchen, Bedroom, Bathroom

The house is set privately in 4.2 acres of gardens and paddock and is approached via a drive leading to a parking area. Facing is the annexe and garage block with to one side a track leading through to three stable blocks comprising six loose boxes, a tack room and a store room. The hard tennis court and the well established vegetable garden with individual beds lie to the rear.

The gardens lie to the south, east and west of the house and are principally laid to lawn, with a large number of mature fruit, silver birch, oak and walnut trees giving an established feel to the property. The rear garden has been landscaped to provide a terraced rockery with cascade and pond, and has been densely planted with a range of grasses and shrubs. The land lies to the south of the property and is bordered by established hedging and fencing and divided into two paddocks with parkland – style placing of specimen trees and an orchard.


SERVICES
Mains water, electricity and drainage, oil-fired central heating. Broadband 17Mb (est speed 7Mb), fibre optic available up to 76Mb (www.uswitch.com)

EPC F:28

COUNCIL TAX: Band G £2,657.85 2016/17


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