A quite exceptional detached single storey dwelling which has been the subject of a complete remodelling and renovation plan. A wonderful contemporary living space has been created which incorporates ample space for a seating area, with sliding doors out to the rear garden, dining space and a stylish fully fitted kitchen with an island. A useful utility room is an excellent space for laundry and storage, with a door to outside.
The four bedrooms are located to one end of the property, the master having an ensuite shower room. In addition, there is a well appointed family bathroom.
The property enjoys a good degree of natural light which is enhanced by the neutral decor throughout and newly fitted beige carpets.
The property is approached from the road via a block paved driveway which provides parking for numerous cars, with hedging to the front. A gate to the side of the property leads to a pathway to rear garden. The rear garden is delightful, being mainly laid to lawn with a sizeable paved terrace, and beds ready for planting. The garden is enclosed by fencing and bordered by a variety of shrubs.
The property is enviably situated in the heart of the market town of Hungerford, which offers a wealth of amenities, including a doctors surgery, library, restaurants, banks and leisure facilities. Hungerford is renowned for having an intriguing selection of antique shops. The town is bordered by Freemans Marsh and Portdown Common with the Kennet and Avon Canal flowing through the centre of the town. A mainline rail link from Hungerford town to Reading and to Paddington in approximately 1 hour. Schooling for all ages is available in the area for both the state and private sector, the latter including Downe House, Marlborough College and Cheam.
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Gas fired central heating.
Council Tax: Band D