***VIDEO TOUR*** This character property, has been meticulously re-constructed from the ground up by the current owner, if you appreciate the devil in the detail, then this is the one for you!
Situated a stone’s throw from Shrivenham’s High Street with its shops, restaurants, delis, takeaways and pubs, there is off street parking, a timber garage and south facing garden.
Comprising living room, kitchen diner, two good sized bedrooms, bathroom and cloakroom. A storm porch offers space for wellies and drying of wood for the open fire, a timber stable door leads into the hallway, with space for coats, jackets and shoes conveniently behind the door, there is space for a side dresser and a handy under stair cupboard. The solid timber kitchen diner has space for a range cooker, a breakfast bar and area for a dining table. The door handles being turned from the same timber that makes up the work surface…we said there was an extra attention to detail on this one! The living room is the other side of the hallway with a large window over the front garden, open fire with red brick surround and French doors to the garden, there is also planning permission granted for a 4m x 3m conservatory. A cloakroom offers handy convenience to guests and residents alike. On the first floor the main bedroom has a distant view, beyond the neighbouring houses of the Ridgeway hills given a very clear day, exposed beams, built-in low-level storage and bedside shelves. There is a further second bedroom with a similar feel and sympathetic whilst modern bathroom suite with shower over the bath.
Outside a smart block paved driveway is shared by the handful of residents within the courtyard which leads to a private gravelled driveway with room for a couple of vehicles and the option to add further if needed. The well-stocked garden is of a southerly orientation with patio for enjoying an evening in the sun.
Shrivenham is a small Oxfordshire village situated c.7 miles out of Swindon centre. The High Street has an array of boutique shops, pubs, restaurants, takeaways and eateries. The famous Ridgeway area of outstanding natural beauty is within a short drive to the south, along with the immediate surrounding open countryside, the area is ideal for outdoor pursuits. Nearby Bourton House was built in 1845, which is now the premises of Pinewood School, a co-educational preparatory school founded in 1875. Primary schools are in Shrivenham itself, Watchfield and Ashbury to name a few and secondary schools are in Faringdon, Highworth and Swindon. The area has great transport links, the M4 motorway access c.7 miles from the property, the A420 links to Oxford c.25 miles away (S6 bus running every 20 minutes from Shrivenham) the A419 links to the M5 Motorway. Swindon Station is approximately c.7 miles away and trains to central London, Bath and Bristol and the West Country run on a regular timetable.
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