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Fawler Road, Uffington
Guide price £930,000, 3 bedrooms, house - with land


Key features

  • Delightful former mid-Victorian congregational chapel bursting with character
  • In all 2.83 acres with stable block and stores
  • Superbly presented and maintained
  • Potential to extend (pp previously granted but since lapsed)
  • Superb edge of village position with views
  • 3 double first floor bedrooms
  • Large drawing room with open fireplace
  • Study/family room
  • Handmade kitchen with AGA and adjoining vaulted glazed dining room
  • Boot room/utility and cloakroom

Property Description

First time to the market in 21 years, an exciting and rare opportunity to acquire a stunning character country home, formerly a congregational chapel dating back to 1878, together with equestrian facilities, in all c.2.86 acres enjoying a delightful semi rural position on the edge of this sought after downland village with views towards White Horse Hill.

Tastefully decorated and extremely well presented, the accommodation is set over 2 floors and has been thoughtfully converted in previous years to provide a very comfortable country home. The accommodation comprises to the ground floor; entrance hall with original front door and tiled floor, a spacious reception hall and separate study each with stone arched leaded windows, an elegant drawing room with an open fireplace, attractive, large, hardwood lancet chapel windows and a set of french doors to the garden; an inviting handmade painted kitchen with maple worktops and flooring featuring an electric AGA and integrated appliances, which opens out to an inviting vaulted timber and glass dining room. There is also a well fitted boot room/utility and downstairs cloakroom both with terracotta flooring. To the first floor there are 3 good sized double bedrooms served by a large contemporary fitted bathroom and useful study landing area with built in storage cupboards. Outside the property enjoys a private and secluded plot c.2.86 acres comprising of formal garden, kitchen garden and 2 fenced paddocks, as well as 2 purpose built 'L' shaped timber built stable blocks with storage and hardstanding. There is also a detached double garage and ample parking. Planning permission to extend the property was previously granted, and a recent consultation for re-reinstatement of this permission with the local authority has been successful. An early inspection is invited as properties of this type rarely come to the market.

Oil fired central heating
Mains electricity and water connected, private drainage

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