Mildenhall lies on the Kennett River on the edge of the Savernake forest. Marlborough 2 miles away, within walking distance and provides an extensive range of shopping, services and amenities, whilst the larger regional centres of Newbury, Bath, Salisbury and Swindon provide a wider range of services. There are excellent communications with the M4 giving access to the motorway network at junction 14 only 9 miles away. Great Bedwyn 7 miles, Hungerford 7 miles and Swindon 13 miles all have main line rail connections to London (Paddington) with journey times ranging from 1 to 1 hour 30 mins. The property is located on a quiet lane, running down to the beautiful historic Mildenhall church in a wonderful edge of village location.
This pristine home has been stylishly renovated and kept over the years to emphasise its many designer and tasteful nuances that showcase the lifestyle of the owners. It has a backdrop of a stunningly designed and maintained garden with some delightful features and carefully thought out ideas. The cottage has been designed and maintained to a high standard incorporating many period features including open fireplaces and beamed ceilings. Of particular note is the amazing Glass Room, a garden room entirely constructed of glass and having featured in a number of design type magazines which fuses into the garden. The ground floor has stone tiled flooring throughout and the first floor has polished Oak exposed floor boards.
Porch, Kitchen, Pantry, Lobby, wc, Utility Room, Dining Room, Sitting Room, the Glass Room
Master Bedroom and en-suite Shower Room, Dressing Room/Bedroom 3, Attic Room -used as an occasional Bedroom, Main Bathroom, Double Bedroom
The Cottage has two spaces at the front for parking and a private graveled parking area to one side. A garden door in a high brick wall leads into the gardens to the rear. These have been beautifully designed using the numerous mature trees and hedges to create a number of almost separate spaces, a shaded garden surrounded by box hedging with a walk way of espaliered limes leading to a sitting area, with to the rear a private wooded garden with a Summerhouse with windows and a brick floor. The lawned area of garden, with an ornate Raj style tent for entertaining, is bordered by superb Topiary in the shape of chess pieces inset with roses. To one side is another wooded area bordered by high hedges including a tree house.
A private graveled and stone flagged terrace lies to the rear of the house with steps leading to the raised beds and the rest of the garden.