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Manor Courtyard, Ogbourne Maizey, Marlborough, SN8

4 bedroom house in Ogbourne Maizey

Guide price £765,000 Freehold

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Set in a delightful location in the heart of Ogbourne Maizey, this distinctive two-storey four bedroom property offers great flexibility in accommodation.

This detached property was built about 20 years ago to an exacting standard with taste and flair. The vaulted ceiling and impressive brick fireplace in the lounge are just two of the stand-out features of this spacious and well-appointed property. This beautiful home has a fabulous brand new stylish kitchen and the bath/showerrooms have been recently renovated.

Its location too is perfect, tucked around the corner in an exclusive development with good neighbours who all enjoy the semi-rural setting but yet are only a few minutes' drive from the golf course and the vibrant, bustling market town of Marlborough.

Outside the property is approached by a gravelled driveway that is owned in conjunction with the other properties. It offers parking for 4 vehicles. To the rear is a south-facing, private garden mostly laid to the lawn with an excellent summerhouse/studio that might offer the opportunity for home -working, some mature trees, shrubs and a decked area.


At a glance:
• Sitting Room with wood-burner & vaulted ceiling
• Dining Room
• Kitchen/Breakfast Room
• 4 Bedrooms (3 upstairs, 2 ensuite)
• 2 Bathrooms, 1 shower room
• Utility Room
• WC
• Double garage
• Garden with decked patio
• Summerhouse/Studio with electricity

Council Tax Band: G

EPC Rating: D

Local Authority: Wiltshire Council, Bythesea Road, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA14 8JN. Tel: 0300 4560100

Directions
On leaving Marlborough on the Swindon road, turn left just before Ogbourne St Andrew at the signpost for Ogbourne Maizey. Follow the road and take the opening on the left marked Manor Courtyard. The property is found along the gravelled driveway on the right-hand-side.

Location
Ogbourne Maizey is a quiet hamlet of exclusive properties in a semi-rural setting with walks over the downs on your doorstep. There is a good family inn at Ogbourne St Andrew, but a wider range of amenities can be found at Marlborough which is a prosperous market town, steeped in history with a cafe culture and well-known for being the home of the eminent public school, Marlborough College. Other schooling in the area is excellent with outstanding primary and nursery schools and the local state school, St John's International Academy, being rated one of the best in England. Other private schooling is available at St Marys and St Margarets in Calne, Dauntseys at Lavington and St Francis at Pewsey.

Marlborough offers a wide range of shops and leisure facilities including a flagship Waitrose supermarket and Rick Stein restaurant on its High Street, which is notable as one of the widest in the UK.

The area offers archeological interest with Avebury and Stonehenge within easy distance. For sports enthusiasts, there are two golf courses locally with shooting, flying and fishing nearby. Racing is at Newbury. There are two train stations within easy driving distance with services to London (Paddington 60 mins) at Great Bedwyn and Pewsey. Marlborough is around 10 minutes' drive from Junction 15 of the M4.

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Set in a delightful location in the heart of Ogbourne Maizey, this distinctive two-storey four bedroom property offers great flexibility in accommodation.

This detached property was built about 20 years ago to an exacting standard with taste and flair. The vaulted ceiling and impressive brick fireplace in the lounge are just two of the stand-out features of this spacious and well-appointed property. This beautiful home has a fabulous brand new stylish kitchen and the bath/showerrooms have been recently renovated.

Its location too is perfect, tucked around the corner in an exclusive development with good neighbours who all enjoy the semi-rural setting but yet are only a few minutes' drive from the golf course and the vibrant, bustling market town of Marlborough.

Outside the property is approached by a gravelled driveway that is owned in conjunction with the other properties. It offers parking for 4 vehicles. To the rear is a south-facing, private garden mostly laid to the lawn with an excellent summerhouse/studio that might offer the opportunity for home -working, some mature trees, shrubs and a decked area.


At a glance:
• Sitting Room with wood-burner & vaulted ceiling
• Dining Room
• Kitchen/Breakfast Room
• 4 Bedrooms (3 upstairs, 2 ensuite)
• 2 Bathrooms, 1 shower room
• Utility Room
• WC
• Double garage
• Garden with decked patio
• Summerhouse/Studio with electricity

Council Tax Band: G

EPC Rating: D

Local Authority: Wiltshire Council, Bythesea Road, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA14 8JN. Tel: 0300 4560100

Directions
On leaving Marlborough on the Swindon road, turn left just before Ogbourne St Andrew at the signpost for Ogbourne Maizey. Follow the road and take the opening on the left marked Manor Courtyard. The property is found along the gravelled driveway on the right-hand-side.

Location
Ogbourne Maizey is a quiet hamlet of exclusive properties in a semi-rural setting with walks over the downs on your doorstep. There is a good family inn at Ogbourne St Andrew, but a wider range of amenities can be found at Marlborough which is a prosperous market town, steeped in history with a cafe culture and well-known for being the home of the eminent public school, Marlborough College. Other schooling in the area is excellent with outstanding primary and nursery schools and the local state school, St John's International Academy, being rated one of the best in England. Other private schooling is available at St Marys and St Margarets in Calne, Dauntseys at Lavington and St Francis at Pewsey.

Marlborough offers a wide range of shops and leisure facilities including a flagship Waitrose supermarket and Rick Stein restaurant on its High Street, which is notable as one of the widest in the UK.

The area offers archeological interest with Avebury and Stonehenge within easy distance. For sports enthusiasts, there are two golf courses locally with shooting, flying and fishing nearby. Racing is at Newbury. There are two train stations within easy driving distance with services to London (Paddington 60 mins) at Great Bedwyn and Pewsey. Marlborough is around 10 minutes' drive from Junction 15 of the M4.

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