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Property Description

The Old School House is an extensive family home that stands proudly in the centre of its grounds with lovely views stretching across open countryside.

Elegant family home set in wonderful grounds extending to approximately 2 acres

Three large reception rooms and a kitchen/dining room

Large gardens with paddock

Currently run as a successful Bed & Breakfast with immense potential

Enviable location in a sought after village

The oldest part of the house was originally built in 1845 and has been extended subsequently. Currently the property is used as a flourishing and profitable bed and breakfast. The original school building is used as a dining room for the B&B with an adjoining living room. Both rooms have been upgraded with great attention to detail and retain many original features including high vaulted ceilings and exposed timber beams. The living room has a large brick fireplace housing a substantial woodburner. From the living room, there is an ornate spiral wrought iron staircase that leads to a mezzanine overlooking the room and an attic/storage space. Leading off from the living room is a large kitchen/diner with French doors leading into the garden. There is a further downstairs study, utility room, w.c and store cupboard. Two of the double bedrooms are situated downstairs both with en-suites. Upstairs there are a further four double bedrooms all with their own
en-suite.

The Old School House is within easy access to Salisbury (19.8 miles), Andover (11 miles), Devizes (18.8 miles), Marlborough (8 miles) and Swindon (21.4 miles) with great transport links via the A303 (7.7 miles) and M4 Junction 15 (17.3 miles).

Outside the property is approached by a wide sweeping drive, providing ample parking for numerous cars. There are steps up to a balustraded stone patio that leads to the front door. The majority of the garden is laid to beautifully maintained lawn interspersed with mature specimen hardwood trees. There is a spacious brick built garage which is capable of storing several cars as well as other larger
household items.

Land
There is an area behind the garage which is currently been left for conservation purposes to attract flora and fauna but could be used for a variety of alternative uses subject to planning.

Council tax Band G £2,703.59 for 2017/18.

Calor Gas central heating, mains water and drainage.

Tenure and Possession
The property is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession on Completion.

Floorplans

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Map

Shortlist Brochure

Collingbourne Kingston, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8

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