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Kingston Road, Shalbourne, Marlborough, SN8

4 bedroom house in Shalbourne

Guide price £950,000 Freehold

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IMPROVED PLANNING PERMISSION GRANTED. Renovation of this existing house with planning permission to renovate and enlarge with grounds of approximately 3.25 acres. Set in the heart of Shalbourne with pananoramic views.

HOUSE FOR RENOVATION OR RE-BUILD - IMPROVED PLANNING PERMISSION GRANTED.

Set in grounds of approximately 3.25 acres (including 2.5 acres of paddock). with panoramic views, an existing four bedroom house with planning permission to renovate and enlarge.

With fabulous potential, The Elms offers the prospect of a ‘forever’ home in one of the most sought after villages in Wiltshire.

Believed to date from the 1950’s, the property is unlisted and offers a ‘blank canvas’ to develop. The existing planning permission provides the opportunity to extend and renovate the present house and create a magnificent home.

Its location is superb as it enjoys a private situation at the end of the sweeping driveway bordered by mature trees and bushes. There is an excellent outbuilding housing the double garage and stables opposite the house, which is ideally located for parking and ease of access to the paddocks.

The house is well situated in its plot and to the rear of the property it offers panoramic open-sky views across its own grounds and land. With such a vista, the current planning permission for the property takes advantage of this spectacular outlook.

Existing Property

The Elms is a detached house believed to date from the 1950s and occupying a wonderful position in the heart of Shalbourne. The property is approached via a long private driveway which opens up in front of the house and stable block to reveal a view over the 2.5 acre paddock land and surrounding countryside. The property offers great potential for redevelopment with the granted planning permission. Currently the accommodation includes a double aspect drawing room, a dining room, a conservatory and a kitchen. There is also a cloakroom and a utility/boot room. Upstairs, four well proportioned bedrooms are served by a family bathroom. The property is offered for sale with no onward chain.

The Renovated House

Planning permission has been granted to transform The Elms into a wonderful new house offering approximately 3050 sq ft of living space in addition to the existing 1059 sq ft stable block and garage. The superbly designed new house will include a drawing room, study, kitchen/family room, dining room and garden room. There will also be a utility room and a cloakroom. A staircase rises from the large entrance hall to the first floor where five well proportioned bedrooms are served by two en-suite shower rooms and a main family bathroom. Outside, there is an existing stable block and garage and lovely mature grounds including a paddock of approximately 2.5 acres. In all, a rare opportunity to create a very special home.
Planning Application Number 18/10797/FUL

There is also another plot for sale with planning permission to build a 3250st ft house, or purchase as part of this plot and utilise the space (currently a tennis court).

Location
The Elms is located in the heart of Shalbourne, a popular village situated within a Conservation Area and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, about four miles South West of Hungerford and nine miles from Marlborough. Shalbourne is a thriving village with a primary school, church, public house and shop/post office.

Both Marlborough and Hungerford are period towns with a wealth of shops, cafes, restaurants etc. Hungerford has a railway station with services to London (Paddington 60mins) and Marlborough enjoys a cafe culture with arguably some of the best schools in the country.

Communications are good with Junction 14 of the M4 being about 7.5 miles to the north. Trains from Hungerford take about 60 minutes to reach Paddington and from Andover to Waterloo about 65 minutes.

Schooling in the area includes St Francis at Pewsey, Pinewood near Shrivenham, Dauntsey’s at Market Lavington and Marlborough College. It is in catchment for the popular secondary school, St John’s International Academy in Marlborough.

In this semi-rural location, countryside pursuits abound with golf, fishing and shooting locally and racing at Newbury.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Wiltshire Council
Bythesea Road
Trowbridge BA14 8JB

SERVICES
Services are understood to include a private water supply with mains drainage and electricity. Oil fired heating.

COUNCIL TAX
Band G

JSA Russell Marshall, Hungerford

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IMPROVED PLANNING PERMISSION GRANTED. Renovation of this existing house with planning permission to renovate and enlarge with grounds of approximately 3.25 acres. Set in the heart of Shalbourne with pananoramic views.

HOUSE FOR RENOVATION OR RE-BUILD - IMPROVED PLANNING PERMISSION GRANTED.

Set in grounds of approximately 3.25 acres (including 2.5 acres of paddock). with panoramic views, an existing four bedroom house with planning permission to renovate and enlarge.

With fabulous potential, The Elms offers the prospect of a ‘forever’ home in one of the most sought after villages in Wiltshire.

Believed to date from the 1950’s, the property is unlisted and offers a ‘blank canvas’ to develop. The existing planning permission provides the opportunity to extend and renovate the present house and create a magnificent home.

Its location is superb as it enjoys a private situation at the end of the sweeping driveway bordered by mature trees and bushes. There is an excellent outbuilding housing the double garage and stables opposite the house, which is ideally located for parking and ease of access to the paddocks.

The house is well situated in its plot and to the rear of the property it offers panoramic open-sky views across its own grounds and land. With such a vista, the current planning permission for the property takes advantage of this spectacular outlook.

Existing Property

The Elms is a detached house believed to date from the 1950s and occupying a wonderful position in the heart of Shalbourne. The property is approached via a long private driveway which opens up in front of the house and stable block to reveal a view over the 2.5 acre paddock land and surrounding countryside. The property offers great potential for redevelopment with the granted planning permission. Currently the accommodation includes a double aspect drawing room, a dining room, a conservatory and a kitchen. There is also a cloakroom and a utility/boot room. Upstairs, four well proportioned bedrooms are served by a family bathroom. The property is offered for sale with no onward chain.

The Renovated House

Planning permission has been granted to transform The Elms into a wonderful new house offering approximately 3050 sq ft of living space in addition to the existing 1059 sq ft stable block and garage. The superbly designed new house will include a drawing room, study, kitchen/family room, dining room and garden room. There will also be a utility room and a cloakroom. A staircase rises from the large entrance hall to the first floor where five well proportioned bedrooms are served by two en-suite shower rooms and a main family bathroom. Outside, there is an existing stable block and garage and lovely mature grounds including a paddock of approximately 2.5 acres. In all, a rare opportunity to create a very special home.
Planning Application Number 18/10797/FUL

There is also another plot for sale with planning permission to build a 3250st ft house, or purchase as part of this plot and utilise the space (currently a tennis court).

Location
The Elms is located in the heart of Shalbourne, a popular village situated within a Conservation Area and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, about four miles South West of Hungerford and nine miles from Marlborough. Shalbourne is a thriving village with a primary school, church, public house and shop/post office.

Both Marlborough and Hungerford are period towns with a wealth of shops, cafes, restaurants etc. Hungerford has a railway station with services to London (Paddington 60mins) and Marlborough enjoys a cafe culture with arguably some of the best schools in the country.

Communications are good with Junction 14 of the M4 being about 7.5 miles to the north. Trains from Hungerford take about 60 minutes to reach Paddington and from Andover to Waterloo about 65 minutes.

Schooling in the area includes St Francis at Pewsey, Pinewood near Shrivenham, Dauntsey’s at Market Lavington and Marlborough College. It is in catchment for the popular secondary school, St John’s International Academy in Marlborough.

In this semi-rural location, countryside pursuits abound with golf, fishing and shooting locally and racing at Newbury.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Wiltshire Council
Bythesea Road
Trowbridge BA14 8JB

SERVICES
Services are understood to include a private water supply with mains drainage and electricity. Oil fired heating.

COUNCIL TAX
Band G

JSA Russell Marshall, Hungerford

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