White Acres is a stunning semi-detached Victorian cottage with superb smallholding/equestrian facilities with paddocks and exquisite grounds of approximately 2 Acres s.t.m.s. set in a lovely rural position surrounded by open countryside on the outskirts of the village of Tockenham.

The charming deceptively spacious accommodation is arranged over three floors and has been extended by the current owners extending in all to over 2000 sq.ft.

The ground floor is accessed through an entrance hall to a dining room and sitting room both with fireplaces in turn leading to the rear with its lovely fitted kitchen/breakfast room off which is a utility room and WC. Perfect for a family the kitchen looks out to the rear of the house over the well tendered grounds. From the dining room is a spacious living room with electric fire and double doors opening to
the rear garden.

On the first floor are three bedrooms and bathroom whilst the master bedroom has an en-suite shower room and dressing room. On the top floor is a useful office area through to the fourth bedroom
with built in storage and eaves storage.

The property benefits from air sourced central
heating whilst solar panels heat the water. The property is approached through a five bar gate to the side of the property with a gravel drive leading to ample parking and the double garage. The gardens are laid predominately to lawn and surround the property to the front, side and
rear.

A further gate and drive leads through to the well-presented stable block which has running water and power. The block comprises of a tack room, three stables (11'10 x 12'7), a pony stable (11'5 x 8') and a store room.

The property is set within 2 acres s.t.m.s. and the land is divided into three paddocks with railed fencing.

The property is situated in an idyllic rural location with magnificent views of farmland and towards the Marlborough Downs on the edge of the village of Tockenham which has an excellent sense of community alongside a church, village hall, allotments and a children’s recreation area.

The area is renowned for walking and riding with
excellent footpaths and bridleways whilst further sporting activities include golf with a range of local courses to choose from.

Royal Wootton Bassett is 3 miles away with a broad range of facilities. The ancient market town of Marlborough lies to the south and along with its boutique shops, antique dealers, art galleries and tea shops and is home to Marlborough College. Other popular schools in the area include St Margaret's and St Mary's Calne, Pinewood Preparatory School, Stonar School and the
primary school at Broad Town.

Junction 16 of the M4 is 5 miles away providing convenient commuting to Bristol, Bath and London,
whilst the property is equidistant to both Swindon and Chippenham train stations with regular services to London.

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