What is Available?

Buildings

8 bedroom Country House.
2 large formal rooms.
Reception hall.
Antique paintings and clocks.
Robert Kime designed interior.
700 year old stone fireplace in oak beamed room.
Cellars, wine cellar.
William Morris wallpaper in many rooms and bedrooms.
Fully functioning kitchen with Aga.
Stable block (Talet) with clock tower, potting shed, stable.
6 bathrooms.
Laundry room.

Location & Access

15 minutes from M4 junction 14.
Train station access at Hungerford (7 miles) and Swindon (9 miles)

Gardens

Orchard.
Vegetable plot.
Small woodland.
‘Secret’ rose garden.
Three flat lawns of various size.
One sloped lawn.
Herb garden with 16th century lead water chest as pond.
Three sheep.
Tennis court with tarmac finish.
Paddock and field to rear of approx 7 acres.
Oak and steel roof, triple stable in paddocks.

Local Facilities

Shooting and fishing.
Horse riding.
Many walks and links to the Ridgeway.
Crop circles.
Two pubs, Blue Boar and The Crown both with restaurants, The Crown with guest accommodation.
Norman church with stone tower and graveyard.
Co-op and Post Office.
Picturesque green at centre of village.
Small winter bourne runs through village
Award winning ‘Silver’ band.

Infrastructure

1979 Austin Allegro automatic (brown)
Fibre internet connection.
Mains gas and water.
Large on site parking areas.

Local History

Episode of Doctor Who filmed in Albourne during 1971, in which church was ‘blown up'(we have Dalek and Tardis bins near the pond to remind us).
‘Easy Company’ E506th PIR, 101st AB Div, were stationed in Aldbourne prior to D-day landings. Unpublished manuscript by David Kenyon Webster on his time in Aldbourne during WW2, discovered in Court House attic.
Channel 4’s ‘Glue’ filmed in several locations around Aldbourne, including graveyard and the green.