***NO ONWARD CHAIN*** Having been meticulously redecorated and refreshed throughout is this Grade II listed cottage, with three receptions, kitchen breakfast room, two log burners, four piece bathroom and three first floor bedrooms.
Benefiting from a new oil fired boiler in 2021, thatch re-ridged in 2019, log burner rebuild in 2019 and external woodwork and interior including walls repainted in 2020 among many other various items.
Comprising entrance hallway, living room, dining room, kitchen breakfast room, garden room, four piece bathroom, three bedrooms. The entrance hallway has wall space for some coats and shoes to be stored along with a handy under stair cupboard. The living room is dual aspect, has an inglenook fireplace with a large log burner and red brick floor, this leads through to the kitchen breakfast room, being hand made in timber with granite worktops along with a second log burner and window seat. Off the rear of the kitchen is the garden room with stone floor, Velux windows, views and access to the garden. The dining room is situated off the front entrance hallway and leads through to the ground floor four piece bathroom, also enjoying views of the garden. There are two staircases at each end of the building with a route through on the first floor from one end to the other, where there are three double bedrooms.
Outside the rear garden has been landscaped to include two lawn areas, patio, hen run, timber lock up plus sheltered area, ideal for timber storing along with a timber garden room. Access is via two neighbouring gardens for garden materials or filling of the oil tank. Parking is on the street to the immediate front, where the current owners have always parked two vehicles.
Ashbury sits in the foothills of the famous Ridgeway area of outstanding natural beauty, along with its many public open spaces and fields around, it is ideal for outdoor pursuits. A convenience shop and café are located in the village along with The Rose and Crown pub, known for its Sunday lunches. Helen Browning’s farm and public house is located in the nearby village of Bishopstone, a local Brewery Arkells pub serving food as well as local ales. The village benefits from its own primary school, with Faringdon community college being the areas secondary school. The area has great transport links, the M4 motorway access 4 miles from the property, the A419 links to the M5 Motorway. Swindon Station is approximately 6 miles away and trains to central London, Bath and Bristol and the West Country run on a regular timetable.
VIEWINGS APPOINTMENT PROTOCOL
WHAT WE WILL DO:
Wear a face mask and gloves (fresh for each appointment) and keep two metres from you or remain outside (where possible), depending which you are most comfortable with.
WHAT WE ASK YOU TO DO:
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