A beautiful grade II listed village house set in mature imaginative gardens5 Bedrooms4 BathroomsDrawing RoomStudy/Dining RoomSitting RoomKitchen/Breakfast RoomOrangery/GreenhouseDetached StudioHome Farm House is a stunning family house with beautiful period features and flexible living accommodation. The current owners have created a sophisticated mix of a relaxed, yet smart style, and have achieved a seamless interaction between the house and grounds. The house is thought to date from the late 17th century and occupies a delightful position in the village on the edge of the river Og from which the village derives its name. As expected of a house of this period...it has delightful characterful reception rooms focused around open fireplaces, attractive oak beams and beautiful windows. On the ground floor there is a large drawing room which looks out to the front of the property, a spacious study with an attractive fireplace and plenty of bookshelves, and a charming, cosy sitting room off the kitchen, with a beautiful inglenook fireplace. The kitchen itself is an impressive room with a vaulted ceiling, and arange of bespoke painted cabinets and an Aga. The kitchen spills out naturally onto the terrace and gardens beyond and also has double doorsleading through to a fabulous orangery-style greenhouse. Upstairs there is a stunning principalbedroom suite looking over the sweeping lawns to the front of the house towards the river. There are four further bedrooms, all with en suite bathrooms, two sharing a large Jack and Jill bathroom.OutsideThe gardens are particularly imaginative and have been designed as a series of separate areas and garden rooms, with hornbeam hedges creating privacy, interest and structure to the grounds. To the front of the house there is a large open lawn bordered from the village lane by pleached lime trees providing a private and enclosed feel. There is a large stone terrace beside the kitchen, beyond which is a beautful box parterre containing seasonal flower interest from bulbs in the spring through to late flowering perennials keeping colour well into the Autumn. There is also a vegetable garden and an attractive wild flower meadow interspersed with lollipop hawthorn trees and filled with a mass of beautiful white cow parsley in early summer. There is a fabulous garden studio space suitable for a variety of uses including a party barn, self contained annexe or home working hub.LocationOgbourne St George is a popular village close to Marlborough with a thriving community and good local facilities. The village is surrounded by fabulous rolling countryside providing wonderfulwalking, riding and cycling opportunities. There are a number of village shops and pubs in nearby Aldbourne, and Marlborough provides a wide range of facilities including a Waitrose supermarket, several cafes, restaurants and pubs,and a doctors’ surgery and dentist. There are direct train services from Swindon into LondonPaddington and the west country, and easy access to the M4 at J15. There is a wide choice of excellent schools in the area, including Ogbourneprimary school and Little Dragons pre-school in the village, as well as St Francis Pewsey, Marlborough College, Pinewood, Dauntsey’s and St John’s Marlborough.
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