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  • Highly Attractive Grade II Listed Thatched House
  • Four Bedrooms, Two Bathrooms, Two Reception Rooms
  • Detached Coach House & Thatched Double Garage with Useful Loft Room Above
  • Stableyard with Two Loose Boxes, Tack Room, Hay Store and  Paddock
  • Beautiful Gardens
  • Approx. 2 Acres In All

A stunning detached four bedroom Grade II listed thatched house set in approx. 2 acres with beautiful gardens, stables, paddock, coach house and thatched double garage, set in the heart of the popular village of Burbage

The house is believed to date back to 1670, originally part of the Duke of Ailesbury Estate and formerly used as a coopers and blacksmith. It has been in the current ownership for the past 27 years and has provided a wonderful family home. The current owners’ daughters kept their ponies at the property for many years and there is access to some good outriding in the local area along a number of green lanes and bridleways towards Easton Clump and Collingbourne Woods.

Burbage has a thriving local community and a good range of amenities including a newly rebuilt garage/filling station with shop and Post Office, doctors surgery, primary school, pub, hardware/building supplies, cricket pitch and village hall. The village is located between Salisbury Plain and Savernake Forest, surrounded by open countryside and the Kennet and Avon Canal.

A more extensive range of shops and amenities can be found in Marlborough, whilst there are mainline stations with regular services to London Paddington at Pewsey and Great Bedwyn, or London Waterloo at Andover and Grateley. Swindon, Andover, Newbury, the M4, M3 and A303 are all within easy reach.

Price Guide £1,100,000 Ref: EO7036


The house is understood to date back to around 1670 and it is full of character and original features. The accommodation in brief is as follows; please refer to the floor plan for approx. room sizes

On entering the house through the Front Door into the Reception Hall a door to the right leads into the Kitchen which is fitted with a range of base units with worksurfaces incorporating stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer tap, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, electric cooker point.

The Ground Floor continues through the Dining Room which has a useful Study Area behind, as well as a Downstairs Bathroom with a panelled bath, shower, WC and wash hand basin.

The Main Living Room is a lovely large and open room with a brick fireplace at the far end, with an inset log burner and glazed double doors leading out into the Garden.

On the First Floor there is a Master Bedroom with Ensuite Bath Room and Three Further Bedrooms.

Price Guide £1,100,000Ref: EO7036


The property is situated in the heart of the village, opposite The White Hart pub and has a private drive leading to a large gravelled parking area with space for several vehicles.

There are beautifully maintained gardens with lawns interspersed with a wide variety of ornamental shrubs, flowers, seating areas and a productive vegetable garden.

Adjacent to the house is a Detached Former Coach House with a slate roof that is understood to have been derelict in the 1970’s and subsequently rebuilt.

The stunning thatched Double Garage/Workshop has been refurbished in recent years and includes a superb first floor Loft Room which would be ideal as a Home Office. In the Agent’s opinion, both the Coach House and the Double Garage have potential for conversion, subject to the necessary planning consents.

Beyond the main garden is a Home Paddock / Orchard and large Vegetable Patch, leading on to the Timber Stable Yard with Two Loose Boxes, Tack Room and Hay Store, with light, power and water supplies. The stables overlook a level paddock which is enclosed with hedges and mature trees.

(About 0.8 Hectare)

Price Guide £1,100,000Ref: EO7036