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Smaydown Lane, Oxenwood, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 United Kingdom

£795,000 Cottage in a rural setting with planning permission to extend Smaydown Cottage is situated at the end of a no-through lane on the edge of Oxenwood, a quiet, unspoilt rural hamlet to the south west of Hungerford. Smaydown Cottage extends to approximately 1,834 sq ft and enjoys exceptional rural views in all directions across agricultural fields. The property has light and airy accommodation and sits within a garden of about 0.42 acres. Planning was granted on 12 February 2015 giving consent to extend the property with the addition of a family room, master bedroom with shower room and to turn the existing dressing room into a fourth bedroom with ensuite bathroom. Permission has also been granted to erect a 2.5 bay garage with home office over. For further information, see Wiltshire Council website and application number: 14/11617/FUL The popular villages of Shalbourne, Great Bedwyn and Vernham Dean are all a short drive. The surrounding countryside is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is well served by footpaths and bridleways. Whilst Oxenwood can be considered truly rural, it is well placed for communications with trains taking about 70 minutes to reach Waterloo from Andover and 50 and 60 minutes from Newbury and Hungerford respectively. There is good shopping in Andover, Hungerford, Newbury and the market town of Marlborough. There are highly regarded primary schools in Vernham Dean, Shalbourne and Great Bedwyn with independent schools such as Farleigh, Pinewood and St Francis being easily accessible.

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Mildenhall, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 United Kingdom

£695,000 Charming thatched cottage for sale with annex near Marlborough Bumble Bee Cottage is a delightful thatched period property with a modern lifestyle kitchen extension and separate garage with annex above. EPC rating D The cottage was re-thatched in 2011 and has characterful and well-proportioned accommodation, notably the sitting room with exposed beams and wood burning stove. There is a raised garden and patio to the rear which captures the sun all day long. There is also a small patio immediately outside the kitchen. Mildenhall is a popular village in the Kennet Valley and is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The market town of Marlborough is about 2 miles to the west. Mildenhall is a thriving village and is mentioned in the Doomsday Book in 1086; it has a pub and a village hall. The parish church of St John the Baptist originates from before the Norman Conquest. Marlborough, Hungerford and Swindon offer a wide selection of shops and leisure facilities. Trains to London Paddington are available from Bedwyn, Hungerford and Swindon. Junctions 14 and 15 of M4, providing fast access to London and the West Country, are a short drive away. There are good schools in the area, both state and independent, including Stepping Stones, St John’s, Marlborough College, St Francis, Pinewood and Dauntsey’s. There is an extensive network of footpaths over the surrounding countryside and the nearby Savernake Forest.

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High Street, Twyford, Winchester, Hampshire, SO21 United Kingdom

£1,350,000 Historic village house with spacious rooms Handsome Grade II listed attached property in the heart of Twyford village, close to Winchester and set within beautifully maintained gardens. The origins of the property, as a hall house, are believed to date from medieval times, however the current property was principally built in the 17th century by Henry Mildmay Jnr using stone from the chantries at nearby Marwell. The house retains some wonderful historical features including exposed beams and the central back to back fireplaces in the dining hall and drawing room. The ground floor of The Monastery is spacious and light with the principal reception rooms leading to the kitchen/breakfast room. The dining hall and study have doors to the west facing terrace. On the first floor the master bedroom has plenty of fitted wardrobes and a large en suite bathroom with separate shower. There is a guest bedroom, again with wardrobes, with a Jack and Jill bathroom leading to bedroom 3. Stairs lead to the second floor which has two large bedrooms, one with an en suite bathroom. There is also a laundry (potentially a further bathroom) and box room. The property is approached via a gravel drive to a parking area and garage/workshop with room above. To the front of the house the current owners have established a beautiful formal garden divided into four distinct areas (including a kitchen garden) with a fountain and ponds creating a vista through the centre, to the east wall. The adjacent lawn has a mature flower border running along the 17th century north wall.

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Vicarage Lane, Haslemere, Surrey, GU27 United Kingdom

£795,000 A substantial Victorian house within a short walk of the mainline station Eccleslea is situated in an extremely convenient location, within a short walk of the town, local shops and Haslemere station which provides frequent and fast services into London Waterloo. The property has a wealth of character and charm and sits in flat, private gardens. EPC E. Haslemere offers excellent shopping facilities for day-to-day needs, a choice of restaurants, pubs, coffee shops, along with a tennis club and the newly refurbished Herons Leisure Centre. The mainline station provides services into London Waterloo in approximately 49 minutes. More comprehensive shopping facilities are available in the nearby towns of Godalming and Guildford which are easily accessed via the A286 and the A3. Communications in the area are superb, with London approximately 45 miles away and the A3 at Hindhead and Milford providing access to London, the M25 and Gatwick, Heathrow and Southampton airports. Sporting facilities are excellent, including golf at Hindhead, Liphook, Cowdray Park and Chiddingfold, racing at Goodwood and Fontwell, polo at Cowdray Park and sailing on Frensham Ponds and off the south coast at Chichester. Haslemere also has an abundance of beautiful countryside on the doorstep, much of it being owned by the National Trust. These areas are ideal for walking, cycling or riding, including Blackdown, The Devil’s Punch Bowl and Hindhead Marley Common.

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Pitt Lane, Frensham, Farnham, Surrey, GU10 United Kingdom

A beautifully presented Grade II listed country house The property enjoys stunning gardens and is situated on the edge of the highly sought after village of Frensham, with frontage on to the River Wey. The house would once have been the main farm in the area and dates, we understand, back to the 16th century with late 17th century/early 18th additions and refronting, and further 20th century additions. The result is a house of great charm with rooms enjoying beams and others, particularly the drawing room, having high ceilings and grand proportions. The accommodation is extensive with 3 excellent reception rooms which lead off the reception hall, with its inglenook fireplace and wide boarded timber floor. The drawing room is superb and has an attractive outlook over the gardens, a wooden floor and impressive fireplace with wood burning stove. The panelled dining room and sitting room have great character. The well-appointed kitchen leads through to the breakfast room and there is planning permission in place to extend and open up this area. The superb vaulted and beamed master bedroom suite enjoys lovely views of the gardens and grounds. In addition, there are a further 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, and 4 bedrooms and bathroom on the second floor. To the west of the inner courtyard drive there is a cottage with 2 bedrooms, bathroom, shower room and kitchen, and a double garage, workshop, open store and greenhouse. The gardens and grounds are a superb feature of the property with the beautiful swimming pool and large terrace. There are expansive lawns interspersed with mature specimen trees and shrubs, a pond to the east. There is a hard tennis court with adjacent stabling.

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Blaegrove Lane, Up Nately, Hook, Hampshire, RG27 United Kingdom

£3,000,000 Exceptional Georgian village house set in 5.9 acres An outstanding and beautifully presented Listed country house with an extensive array of outbuildings, secondary accommodation, leisure facilities and beautifully maintained gardens and paddocks. Blae Grove House is an early 19th Century, Grade II Listed, country house, built of rendered brick under a tile roof. The accommodation comprises well proportioned and elegant reception rooms with views over the gardens. A large reception hall leads to the dining room, study, drawing room and onto the family kitchen with vaulted ceiling and oil fired Aga. From here is the family room with French doors leading to the garden and swimming pool/tennis court and also a utility room. Upstairs there is an outstanding master suite with generous bathroom, and dressing room. There are three further double bedrooms and two bathrooms (1 en-suite). The extensive gardens consist of a variety of mature trees, and herbaceous borders but is predominantly laid to lawn and bordered by the paddocks to the east and south. To the north of the house, a herb and vegetable garden and furthermore, there is a fenced swimming pool, newly re-surfaced tennis court and a summer house. The renovated Coach House offers two self contained flats. A one bedroom flat with sitting room, separate kitchen, bathroom and bedroom, and a two double bedroom flat with open plan kitchen/sitting room and bathroom. Outside, the extensive and beautifully renovated outbuildings and office command views over the landscaped lake and gardens and could be adapted for multiple uses such as a gym, a games room, or further ancillary accommodation (subject to the necessary consents).

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Tower Hill, Chaddleworth, Newbury, Berkshire, RG20 United Kingdom

£1,500,000 A delightful village house, near the edge Chaddleworth Tower Hill House is a delightful property located in an elevated position in the village of Chaddleworth, with delightful views onto park & farmland. EPC Grade:F Tower Hill House is believed to date from 1842. The rear courtyard is believed to have been built in 1862. The reception rooms are of a good size, well-proportioned and have good ceiling heights. The current vendors bought the property in 1994 when it was in an un-modernised condition. Over the course of a year they carried out extensive work to the property including the roof, plumbing, wiring and decoration. Subsequently a two-storey extension was added in 2001 (comprising the large drawing room and bedrooms above). A Trevor Moore (Now Bradfield and Moore) of Marlborough handmade kitchen was installed 9 years ago.The garage was rebuilt 4 years ago. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn, interspersed with mature trees, flower and shrub beds. Tower Hill House is located in the delightful village of Chaddleworth, a popular village to the north west of Newbury. Chaddleworth lies on the southern slopes of the Berkshire Downs amidst some stunning scenery. The location, not far from the borders of Oxfordshire and Wiltshire, is ideal for easy access to regional centres, London and excellent communication links. Despite the tranquil surroundings, Chaddleworth is well placed for access. Local villages provide a wide range of amenities whilst a number of nearby towns include Hungerford, Newbury and Wantage. Schools include Brockhurst & Marlston House, Elstree, Cheam, St Gabriels and Down House. Please note that a family member of the Vendor is an employee of Knight Frank

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Liphook Road, Headley, Hampshire, GU35 United Kingdom

£1,250,000 A beautiful period cottage in a quiet rural location Headley Cottage occupies a private rural setting on the edge of the village of Headley. The property has been significantly updated and sits in mature and well-established gardens. EPC Rating D. Headley Cottage offers the incoming purchaser the opportunity to acquire a beautiful period cottage, with timeless character and appearance, in this stunning part of Hampshire. The property has been lovingly extended over the years to form a beautiful blend of traditional character with a contemporary style. There are some delightful period features within the cottage such as traditional beams, pretty cottage windows and traditional kitchen leading into the breakfast room. A room of particular note is the family room with a warm and inviting feel, which features an impressive traditional Victorian oven with beautiful brass fittings, which is used as a wood-burning stove and provides a stunning focal point to the room. The family room also features French doors leading to the decked area of the garden. Headley Cottage occupies an rural setting in beautiful Hampshire countryside. Liphook, some 3 miles away, provides most things needed for day to day living, a large supermarket, a number of shops and a mainline train station providing access into London Waterloo, the journey taking approximately one hour. A wider range of shopping is available in the nearby towns of Haslemere, Alton, Petersfield and Farnham. The county towns of Guildford and Winchester, approximately 18 and 25 miles away respectively, offer a wider range of shopping facilities including the usual high street multiples.

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Reading Road, Mattingley, Hook, Hampshire, RG27 United Kingdom

£1,750,000 5 bedroom period house with 2.75 acres An exceptional beautifully presented Grade ll listed period house in attractive gardens and grounds. Features include inglenook fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, Mark Wilkinson kitchen, gym and tennis court. An attractive and beautifully presented Grade II country house, with its origins dating back to the 16th century with additions in the 19th and 20th centuries. The present owners have tastefully modernised the property, whilst retaining many of its fine period features, including exposed timber framing, open fireplaces and vaulted rooms. The ground floor includes some impressive reception rooms, three of which have open fireplaces and a beautiful Mark Wilkinson kitchen with granite work surfaces and limestone flooring with under floor heating. Integrated appliances include an electric AIMS controlled Aga with module, two-drawer dishwasher, Miele microwave and coffeemaker, larder fridge and drinks cooler and a Quooker instant hot water tap. On the first floor, the galleried landing is a charming feature of the property. The principal bedroom includes a feature walk-in bay window, dressing room and en-suite bathroom. There are four further bedrooms and two bathrooms. Within the grounds is a very useful outbuilding, currently utilised as a gym with garden room, shower, kitchenette and adjoining garage/machinery store, additional garden stores, Oak framed garage and a summer house. The gardens and grounds amount to about 2.75 acres and include a tennis court.

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Hollycombe, Liphook, Hampshire, GU30 United Kingdom

£1,950,000 A substantial period property in a stunning and sought-after rural location The Old Stables is a charming and well-proportioned family house which, we believe, dates back to 1850. The property has been restored and completely renovated by our clients in order to form the beautifully finished family house we see today. EPC E. The Old Stables is situated in a beautiful rural setting between the much sought-after villages of Hollycombe and Milland. The property is surrounded by beautiful West Sussex countryside whilst also being conveniently located with superb road and rail links on the doorstep. Hollycombe lies on the West Sussex/Hampshire border at the heart of the South Downs National Park. Within the village of Milland is The Rising Sun, a well-known public house, as well as the highly regarded village shop with offers a wide range of local produce. More comprehensive shopping facilities are available in the nearby towns of Haslemere, Midhurst, Petersfield and Guildford, all of which are within easy reach. Liphook, which is 1.5 miles away, has a mainline train station providing a frequent service into London Waterloo taking approximately 65 minutes. There is also a mainline station at Haslemere which provides services in approximately 56 minutes. The choice of schools is superb, including Highfield School and Brookham at Liphook, St Edmunds, The Royal Junior School and Amesbury at Hindhead, The Royal Senior School and St Ives in Haslemere, as well as Bedales and Churcher’s College in Petersfield.

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Penton Mewsey, Andover, Hampshire, SP11 United Kingdom

£695,000 4 bedroom family house with garden for sale in Penton Mewsey, nr Andover Barnside is a mid-20th century property located on a no through road. It has light and spacious accommodation with large rooms and high ceilings. The property has been well-maintained and is presented in good order although a purchaser may wish to update certain aspects of the property. EPC rating F Features include parquet flooring in much of the downstairs, an Aga in the kitchen and wood burning fires in both the drawing room and sitting room. There is a large parking at the front of the property and a double garage which is linked to the house through the utility room. The attractive landscaped gardens almost surround the entire house and comprise herbaceous borders, a pond, patio, lawn, a greenhouse and a variety of trees, shrubs. Just 3 miles from Andover, Penton Mewsey has a very pretty village green and cricket pitch. The tennis club, 14th century Holy Trinity Church and The White Hart pub are all a short walk away. Nearby, Weyhill and Charlton provide a number of facilities including a garage, store and farm shop with further amenities in Andover, Salisbury and Winchester. The area is renowned for its quaint villages, quiet lanes, beautiful countryside and meandering chalk streams. In addition to some well-regarded local primary and secondary schools, there are a number of independent pre-prep and prep schools in the area, including Rookwood School in Andover, Farleigh and Cheam. Public schools within easy reach include Godolphin, Winchester College, Marlborough College, Dauntsey’s and Downe House. The A303 and mainline train station at Andover provide access to London (via M3) and the West Country whilst the nearby A34 provides access north to the M4 and south to Southampton and the coast.

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