Situated within the picturesque Village of Thruxton, which offers a wonderful community atmosphere and Village lifestyle, is this stunning Grade-II listed thatched cottage that dates back to the 17th century. This home is offered to the market with the added benefit of no onward chain complications.
This charming home welcomes you into its entrance hall via a storm porch; which is ideal for taking off coats and shoes. The entrance hall provides central access to a bright and airy living room with cruck framed ceiling showcasing exposed timber beams, a mezzanine floor that could be used as a storage or study space and there is a cosy log burning stove which makes for a stunning feature particularly in the Winter months. To the other side of the entrance is a formal dining room with double aspect windows, including a stunning bay window with window seating. It is worth noting there is an additional log burning stove, a door that opens into a deceptively spacious kitchen and a staircase that leads to two very useful storage rooms that the current owners are using as a study and children's bedroom. The kitchen features an array of eye and base level units along with ample space for white goods.
The property features three well-proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom, with particular attention to the master bedroom where an array of built in storage and an en suite facility are also worth highlighting.
The property is ideally set within its plot, with a gravel driveway that leads up to the house and provides ample parking for numerous vehicles to the front and right of the property. There are lawned gardens to the front and rear, with the rear garden enclosed by fencing and tall hedging offering a high degree of privacy. The rear garden also features a patio area, ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining, with an array of wonderful fruit trees, exotic plants and beautiful border shrubs all making this garden a delight to spend time in all year round. There is a summerhouse offering plenty of storage, a greenhouse for vegetables and Pilhill Brook provides a delightful focal point and natural boundary during the wetter months.
Situated just off the A303 Thruxton is a small but thriving village well suited to the commuter being within easy access of local transport links including stations at Grateley and Andover, both serving links to London Waterloo in under 90 minutes. The M3 is about 18 miles distant which connects to the wider motorway network (M25, M27, A329). The A303 also offers excellent links to the West Country passing Stonehenge. The village conducts an annual fete, it has a parish church, various clubs and a village hall as well as being within walking distance of the popular Rosebourne Garden Centre. Thruxton is well known for its nearby race circuit, who invite local residents to the major race events that sporadically take place throughout the calendar year. A wider selection of amenities are available in Andover. There are primary schools at Kimpton, Amport and Appleshaw and a local shop/garage in Weyhill where there is also a farm shop and pub. There are many acres of fine countryside close at hand within the Test Valley, providing ample opportunity beautiful walks and outdoor exercise.
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by ourselves. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.
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