Detached House for sale with 4 bedrooms, Lynden Close, East Grafton

Lynden Close, East Grafton, Wiltshire, SN8

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  • Double garage
  • Village edge location
  • Two reception rooms
  • Four bedrooms with master suite
  • Wrap around gardens
  • Open plan kitchen/dining room
  • Nursery and preschool within walking distance
  • In an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Fine & Country, Marlborough and Devizes are delighted to present this superb detached four bedroom home in the highly desirable village of East Grafton. Highlights include spacious, well-presented interiors, a detached double garage and fully enclosed, wrap-around gardens.

Overview:

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Built in 1995 by Trencherwood Homes, 16 Lynden Close offers beautifully presented accommodation throughout including four bedrooms, two reception rooms and a fabulous open-plan kitchen/dining room.

Lying within the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, East Grafton is surrounded by beautiful countryside and the nearby ancient Savernake Forest offers 4500 acres of glorious oak woodland to explore.

The village itself benefits from a very active modern village hall, church, nursery, and preschool with the neighbouring village of Burbage providing a mini supermarket with a post office and public house. Local Primary schools at Burbage and Great Bedwyn are both part of the Excalibur Academies Trust and are feeder primary schools to St John's Academy in Marlborough. St Francis, Pewsey is also close by and there are direct secondary school bus routes to St John's, Dauntsey's School and Rookwood, Andover.

The nearby market towns of Marlborough and Hungerford (both about 8 miles) provide for almost all other amenities and access to London is made easy from nearby stations at Great Bedwyn (3 miles), Pewsey (7 miles) and Hungerford (8 miles) with direct services to Paddington taking around an hour.


Accommodation Summary:


Ground Floor:

The front door opens into a light entrance hall with under-stair storage and WC. The generous, open-plan kitchen/dining room has been fitted with a wide range of storage space, plenty of available work surfaces and a range of high-spec integrated appliances. The dual-aspect main reception room is also accessed from the entrance hall and features a wood-burning stove with a marble surround, perfect for cosy nights in front of the fireplace. The rear garden can be accessed via both the kitchen and patio doors in the reception room. A useful study completes the ground floor.


First Floor:

Located on the first floor is the master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and useful built-in double wardrobes, two further double bedrooms, a single bedroom and the refitted family bathroom.

Outside:

The property is quietly situated at the end of the cul-de-sac and is approached by a large, gravelled driveway with ample parking leading to a double garage with up-and-over doors, power, light and overhead storage. The wrap-around gardens are fully enclosed with gated side access and are predominantly laid to lawn with beautifully planted borders and a secluded patio area, perfect for outdoor dining.


Location:

The village of East Grafton lies to the south of Marlborough, beyond the vast and beautiful Savernake Forest. The North Wessex Downs is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty and when exploring many of the abundant footpaths and trails, it is not difficult to see why. The Kennet and Avon Canal passes just north of the village and can be a delightful place for a towpath walk all year round, with the popular Crofton Beam Engines, Wilton Windmill and The Swan pub all close by. The village itself offers a church, modern village hall, nursery and preschool, with primary schools at Burbage and Great Bedwyn as well as St. Francis in Pewsey. Other schools nearby include St. Johns, Marlborough College, Dauntseys and St Marys Calne.   The neighbouring village of Burbage provides a doctor's surgery and a well-stocked garage with post office. The village is situated equidistant from the charming market towns of Marlborough and Hungerford, both offer a diverse range of shops from boutique outlets to national chains, with Waitrose in Marlborough and a mainline train station in Hungerford.


Local Authority:

Wiltshire Council, Band F

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