Hungerford 5 miles (London Paddington 60 mins), Marlborough 6 miles, M4 J14 8 miles, Swindon 13 miles(London Paddington 55 mins), Newbury 14 miles. Ramsbury's amenities include a number of shops, The Bell public house and restaurant (voted Pub of the Year England), The Crown and Anchor public house, a renowned healthcare practice and a busy tennis club. Further facilities can be found in the pretty market towns of Marlborough, Hungerford and in Swindon. There are a wide selection of schools in the area including a primary school in the village which we believe to be Ofsted rated as “outstanding”, Pinewood, Cheam and St Margaret’s Prep Schools with Marlborough College, Dauntsey’s, St Mary’s Calne and St John’s Marlborough.
The property is situated on the southern side of the High Street with the garden running down to the river and with lovely views over the water meadows to Spring Hill and beyond.
This substantial double fronted period property believed to date from the late 17th Century, is of brick and flint elevations with sash windows to the front under a pitched tiled roof and is arranged over three storeys. The present owner has substantially rebuilt around a steel framed central core and redesigned the accommodation under the Norwegian firm of architects Forbes Hokholt AS. The property is mostly double glazed with new bespoke windows, doors, insulation, wiring plumbing and under-floor and period style radiator heating.
The highest quality and bespoke materials have been used with Fired Earth stone tiles, Crucial Trading carpeting, oak flooring, Tekna, Flos and Bocci lighting, wallpapers by Cole & Son, Barneby Gates and of bespoke design, a DeVol bespoke Kitchen, Fired Earth bathrooms, stone fireplaces by Humphreys Stonemasons and bespoke joinery by Browns Woodworking of Corsham.
To one side is a designated parking area leading to an attached substantial Garage. On the other side is a covered arch behind timber doors with brick flooring and a row of high cupboards leading to the terrace off the kitchen. There is a former malt house suitable for refurbishment to provide further ancillary accommodation subject to the relevant consents.
The gardens lie to the rear and are bordered by timber fencing with well stocked beds and a mature silver birch and an apple tree. The lawns run down to the beautiful chalk stream meandering through the village. The water meadows on the other bank provide an excellent run off for the river.
Agents Note: Furniture and curtains are available to buy separately. Please apply to agents.