In the centre of a most picturesque vibrant village this beautifully modernised, well fitted, Victorian family house has stunning views over the Kennet Valley, large garden and ample parking. Local renowned gastropub, cafe, post office, handy grocery store, scenic walks, situated close Marlborough and Hungerford, rail station and J14 M4
Superbly situated in the heart of this prestigious village, this four gabled detached Victorian house is in an elevated position overlooking the rooftops of other Ramsbury houses and with views south across the Kennet Valley.
The house is spacious, well fitted, modernised and in immaculate condition. On the ground floor is an Entrance Hall; Drawing Room with fireplace and dual aspect; Dining Room with brick fireplace; Family Room with wood burning stove, large TV (Sky, Netflix); well-equipped gas-fired Aga Breakfast Room/Kitchen with French doors to large Garden; Cloakrooms with WC; Laundry/Utility Room. Behind the Kitchen is an additional sitting room/playroom off which is another WC and shower room.
On the first floor are four Double Bedrooms (3 king and 1 super king); two Bathrooms; and one Shower Room, none of which are en suite but all are adjacent to the bedrooms.
Our home has double gates opening into a large gravelled drive, which can easily accommodate four cars.
In the rear garden there is a large terrace with barbecue, two tables and ten chairs for outside dining, a large sun umbrella, two sun beds and a huge lawn. The garden is well stocked with trees, shrubs, a mini orchard, rose bed and in all in about a quarter of an acre.
The village of Ramsbury is one of Wiltshire's most popular places to live, a large village with enormous vibrancy and great amenities, two local pubs which serve guality food, one being the famous Bell, the Crown and Anchor, the Cafe Bella, open all day, a Post Office, handy Grocery Store and the best charity shop in East Wiltshire.
Marlborough, with its famous College, Summer School, and historic Town Centre is four miles away, Hungerford smaller but just as fascinating with its vast array of antique shops and famous Antique Market, railway station with trains to Reading and Paddington, London (1 hour 15 mins) is just under four miles.
Easy day trips from Ramsbury for visitors to this area would include Stonehenge, the Cotswolds, Bicester Village, Daylesford, Bath, Winchester, Cirencester and Salisbury.
All the house, except for one small room to rear of the ground floor, and all of the garden is available.
Our home also has double gates opening into a large gravelled drive, which can easily accommodate four cars.
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I would be happy to meet each guest on arrival and show them around the house. Thereafter should the guest require any further information or help, then I can be available by telephone always.
The kitchen has a cosy gas fired Aga.also to the rear of the kitchen is a small playroom and cloakroom/showerWC.
Three miles distance is Littlecote House (c 1592) which has associations with Henry VIII and Jane Seymour. In addition there is a museum with memorabilia from the WW2 American airbase originally located just south of the village. Also in the museum are documents and data about Littlecote House through the ages.
The pub/hotel, The Bell, is home to the famous Rambury Ales and Ramsbury Vodka.
For babies there is a travel cot and a high chair/buggy could be made available.
The Savernake Forest, circa twelfth century, was home to John Seymour who welcomed Henry VIII to the forest to hunt deer.
No smoking in the house, no pets, and be aware of excessive noise which could irritate neighbours in the village. This house would suit large families.
This house is not available for parties/events.
Retired Londoner, also living in Wiltshire. My interests are travel, the theatre, people, cooking, gardening, reading and my family.
I am proud of the homes I have built and designed and love spending the afternoon working in my garden.
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