Picture No. 04
351.36 sq m(3,782 sq ft)
Guide price £1,200,000

Kingston RoadShalbourne, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 3QH

    Key features

    • Attractive period property in the middle of the village
    • Attractive timbered kitchen/family room
    • Generously proportioned drawing room
    • Useful utility room/wine cellar
    • Charming gardens with rural views to the rear

    Grade II Listed house in a popular village

    About this property

    • Kingston House is an attractive period Listed house originally believed to date from 1860, since which it has been modernised and extended to create a comfortable family home. The accommodation is well laid out with a beautifully proportioned drawing room as well as a cosy sitting room and dining room. Of particular note is the large kitchen with open timber frame to the family room with a large fireplace. Steps down lead to the utility room and wine cellar. The first floor is accessed by 2 staircases, the first of which leads to a generous master bedroom suite and three further bedrooms and bathroom, the second of which leads to the en suite guest bedroom. There is a connecting door between the guest bedroom suite and bedroom 3.
      Kingston House is accessed from the lane via a gravelled drive which leads to the rear of the house and in front of the garaging. Whilst there is a small enclosed garden with a sitting area to the front, the garden lies predominantly to the rear and south of the house and is laid mainly to lawn interspersed with trees. It is enclosed mainly by hedging and has lovely views over the rolling farmland to the south. On the east boundary is a timber shed and kitchen garden.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Popular village and lovely views to the rear - but the real surprise is the large elegant drawing room.

    Liz McLeanProperty agent

    Local information

    • The property is located in the centre of this pretty and popular village surrounded by unspoilt rural farmland. There is a good network of footpaths and walks in the area, with the Wayfarers Walk running along the ridge of the North Wessex Downs to the south. Shalbourne has a primary school, church, post office/village store and a pub.
    • The charming market town of Hungerford, situated on the Kennet & Avon canal has a train station with direct link into London Paddington

    Additional information

    • Directions: From Hungerford take the A338 Salisbury Road and after approximately 4 miles, turn left signed to Shalbourne. Follow the road through the village and after passing the primary school on your right, Kingston House will be found shortly on the right opposite the turning to Cox's Lane.
    • EPC Rating = F