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High Street, Ramsbury, Marlborough, SN8

Ramsbury

Guide price £575,000

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Charming Grade II listed four bedroom semi detached cottage in the heart of the popular village of Ramsbury. Offered for sale with no onward chain.

Originating as two cottages, Ravensfield has been sympathetically designed as a wonderful country home at over 1700 st ft. This beautifully proportioned property offers lots of adaptable space, character and charm, and will suit both a couple or a family alike.

This double fronted home retains many period features including the exposed beams and open fire in the lounge, and the space inside flows beautifully from room to room. The spacious entrance hall leads one way to a downstairs bedroom with doors out to the garden (which could become another reception room) and a separate wet room, and the other way to a light filled dining room and a dual aspect lounge with open fire and doors out to the garden. The fitted kitchen is of good size with a Rayburn stove and delightful views out over the garden. Upstairs there are three great size bedrooms, one of which, the master bedroom, could be converted into two rooms. Upstairs is also a family bathroom with bath and separate shower cubicle.

The secluded part-walled rear garden is charming and offers a wonderful cottage garden feel with feature ash tree in the centre of the lawn.

This fantastic cottage is perfectly placed for easy access to Ramsbury’s shops and amenities.

At a glance:
• Pretty Double Fronted Cottage
• Four Bedrooms (one downstairs)
• Two Receptions Rooms
• Living Room with Open Fire
• Kithcen with Rayburn Stove
• Dining Room
• Good Access to Ramsbury Amenities
• Pretty Cottage Garden

Services: Mains water, drainage, gas central heating and electric.

Council Tax Band: F

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

Location
Ramsbury is situated on the banks of the River Kennet and is considered to be one of the premier villages in the local area. The downland countryside is designated as an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ and numerous footpaths and bridleways surround the village.

Amenities include a post office, a convenience store, a doctors’ surgery, a hairdresser & two pubs, one of which was voted Best in England and also boasts a very popular cafe. The local primary school is Outstanding and Ramsbury is in catchment for the nationally renowned St John's Academy in Marlborough. There are some superb sports facilities in the village, including a tennis, bowls and sports club.

A wider selection of facilities including Waitrose, restaurants and a wide variety of shops can be found in the pretty market town of Marlborough just seven miles away. Communications are excellent with a mainline train station at Hungerford 5 miles away (London Paddington 60 minutes),and junction 14 of the M4 8 miles to the east. The larger commercial centres of Swindon and Newbury are about 14 and 15 miles

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Charming Grade II listed four bedroom semi detached cottage in the heart of the popular village of Ramsbury. Offered for sale with no onward chain.

Originating as two cottages, Ravensfield has been sympathetically designed as a wonderful country home at over 1700 st ft. This beautifully proportioned property offers lots of adaptable space, character and charm, and will suit both a couple or a family alike.

This double fronted home retains many period features including the exposed beams and open fire in the lounge, and the space inside flows beautifully from room to room. The spacious entrance hall leads one way to a downstairs bedroom with doors out to the garden (which could become another reception room) and a separate wet room, and the other way to a light filled dining room and a dual aspect lounge with open fire and doors out to the garden. The fitted kitchen is of good size with a Rayburn stove and delightful views out over the garden. Upstairs there are three great size bedrooms, one of which, the master bedroom, could be converted into two rooms. Upstairs is also a family bathroom with bath and separate shower cubicle.

The secluded part-walled rear garden is charming and offers a wonderful cottage garden feel with feature ash tree in the centre of the lawn.

This fantastic cottage is perfectly placed for easy access to Ramsbury’s shops and amenities.

At a glance:
• Pretty Double Fronted Cottage
• Four Bedrooms (one downstairs)
• Two Receptions Rooms
• Living Room with Open Fire
• Kithcen with Rayburn Stove
• Dining Room
• Good Access to Ramsbury Amenities
• Pretty Cottage Garden

Services: Mains water, drainage, gas central heating and electric.

Council Tax Band: F

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

Location
Ramsbury is situated on the banks of the River Kennet and is considered to be one of the premier villages in the local area. The downland countryside is designated as an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ and numerous footpaths and bridleways surround the village.

Amenities include a post office, a convenience store, a doctors’ surgery, a hairdresser & two pubs, one of which was voted Best in England and also boasts a very popular cafe. The local primary school is Outstanding and Ramsbury is in catchment for the nationally renowned St John's Academy in Marlborough. There are some superb sports facilities in the village, including a tennis, bowls and sports club.

A wider selection of facilities including Waitrose, restaurants and a wide variety of shops can be found in the pretty market town of Marlborough just seven miles away. Communications are excellent with a mainline train station at Hungerford 5 miles away (London Paddington 60 minutes),and junction 14 of the M4 8 miles to the east. The larger commercial centres of Swindon and Newbury are about 14 and 15 miles

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