The nearby market towns of Marlborough 4 miles to the north west and Hungerford 7 miles to the east offer a wide selection of shops and leisure facilities. Durley is a pretty rural hamlet set at the edge of the park land to Tottenham House, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There is a village shop, Post Office & bakery, doctor's surgery, garage and pub in Great Bedwyn, approximately 2 miles away or in Burbage to the west. Trains to London (Paddington) are available from Great Bedwyn (Paddington 75 mins). Hungerford or Newbury and the M4 is 10 miles away at junction 14 with the A303 16 miles to the south. There are many both state and independent schools, including St Katharine's and Bedwyn C of E primary schools, St Francis, Pinewood, St Mary's Calne, Marlborough College and St Johns to name but a few.
This picturesque, detached house is of brick elevations with some Crittal windows, under a mansarded tile hung roof. The accommodation is arranged over two storeys and is in need of some updating and does offer good ceiling heights and a number of a number of period features such as open fireplaces. Subject to the usual consents there is considerable opportunity to extend the house substantially given the size of the gardens.
Entrance Hall, Reception Room, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, rear Hall/Utility and wc. Two Double Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom.
There is a gravelled parking area to the front of the cottage. The gardens which surround the house, are bordered by some post and rail fencing adjoining open farm and park land. There are a number of fine mature trees and stunning views. The gardens extends to about 0.65acres.
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Note: The property is undergoing an insurance backed scheme to remove Japanese Knotweed