Picturesque Grade II listed cottage.
Hill Cottage dates to C16th and lies in a no through lane.
Originally two cottages and listed Grade II, it offers considerable character and has been lovingly restored by the present owners. The John Lewis of Hungerford kitchen complements the cottage with its stone floor (with underfloor heating), larder with marble slab and neatly fitted out utility room. The Heritage four oven range also provides the heating and hot water. The dining room, with exposed beams and oak floor, leads to the family room with its inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove. The sitting room beyond, with original flagged floor and exposed beams, has a wood burning stove. A downstairs bathroom is situated off a hall presently used as a study. Stairs lead from the family room to the charming principal bedroom with en suite shower room, fitted wardrobes and views towards Brill. There are two further bedrooms, one with fitted wardrobes. The guest bedroom suite, accessed from the sitting room, has fitted wardrobes, a fireplace and en suite bathroom.
The mature garden is a delight, with sitting areas to maximise morning and evening light, and a hidden top terrace overlooking the countryside. A wisteria, mature trees, herbaceous borders and a cutting garden feature. Of particular note is the oak framed garage with space for four cars. The property is accessed via a gravel driveway with ample parking.
Services: Main electric, water and drainage are connected. Oil central heating.
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This house is the definition of chocolate box pretty. It is one of the best presented houses I have seen this year and sits at the top of the hill. What more could you want?Charles Elsmore-Wickens