The Old Malt House has also been called The Tardis House, because once you walk through the frontdoor it seems never ending. It is designed on four levels, and delights at every turn. This detached former malthouse is of brick elevations under a pitched slate roof. The property was converted in 2010 to create a unique and exceptionally well-presented dwelling. The accommodation has been designed to create light and airy living space blended with more period style including exposed oak roof trusses. The Kitchen/Breakfast room is of particular note having high ceilings French windows out onto a gravelled terrace and bespoke wall and floor units. The Sitting Room boasts oak flooring, a cast iron log burner and exposed brick work.
The market town of Marlborough lies about 7 miles to the north, with Hungerford to the east and Pewsey to the west. These popular towns offer an extensive range of facilities with a large number of specialist shops, pubs and restaurants. The village has many amenities including a Post Office, doctor's surgery, a popular primary school, petrol station with 24hr minimart, DIY store/builder merchants and a public house. Both the M3 and M4 motorways within easy reach and mainline railway services to London Paddington from Great Bedwyn (journey time 1hr 13m), Hungerford (journey time 1 hour) and Pewsey (journey time 1hr 8m). There is a well-regarded primary school in the village and nearby various prep schools including Pinewood, Farley, Cheam and St Francis, Pewsey. Secondary schools include St Johns Marlborough, St Mary's Calne, Dauntseys, and Marlborough College.
Entrance Hall Sitting Room, Double Bedroom, Single Bedroom/Office, Main Bedroom with stairs to ensuite Bathroom.
Bathroom, Utility Room.
Kitchen/ Breakfast Room.
The house is approached via a shared gravelled drive which leads to two car parking spaces in front of a detached brick-built garage with a tiled roof and electric doors. The gardens are bordered by mature beech hedging and are mostly laid to lawn with a low brick retaining wall, and a gravelled path running to the front door. To one side is a gravelled private terrace ideal for entertaining. There is further access to the property from the High Street, being a pedestrian gate through a brick wall to a gravelled courtyard garden leading to the kitchen windows.