***VIDEO TOUR*** A truly deceptive Highworth hidden treasure, this cottage has undergone a sympathetic modernisation throughout to an extremely high standard, is very practical whilst bursting with character.
Outside the garden extends up to circa. 100 feet, with a brick garage/workshop, driveway parking, extensive lawn with large summer house/home office with power and light to the end of the garden.
Comprising entrance hallway, coats and shoe cupboard, cloakroom, kitchen, dining/living area, separate living room, snug/study/playroom, four bedroom, en-suite, four-piece bathroom. A storm canopy opens into an inner courtyard, with the front door on the left and timber double gates leading to the driveway parking and garage. The entrance hallway offers a very deep and wide coat and shoe store, the cloakroom is off to the left of the hallway. The kitchen is then open plan to the dining/living area, with space for a sofa. The ceiling is vaulted, the kitchen has an island unit with the hob for social cooking, bi-fold doors open out to the garden. The handy utility is located off the kitchen housing the gas boiler, space for white goods and store cupboard. The living room has wood parquet flooring and a log burner, a door leads to the snug/study/playroom, stairs lead off the living room. Bedroom one has an en-suite shower, built in double cupboard and a leafy view to the rear. There are three further bedrooms and modern four-piece bathroom with double shower cubicle. There is a further large store/airing cupboard off the landing.
Outside the property sits on a long plot, with mature tall trees and bushes secluding the property from its neighbours. There is a patio immediately outside the dining area, with a timber store to the side. The driveway gives access to a wild planted area leading past the garage and onto the expansive lawn. To the end of the plot is a timber summer house, currently being used as a home gym, with power and light, this would make for an ideal home office. Sizeable shed, greenhouse and veg patch to either side.
Highworth is the highest town in Wiltshire. The Grade II listed High Street has a variety of shops and businesses, cafes, pubs and restaurants. The local schools consist of two Primary and Junior Schools and one Secondary school - all in walking distance of this property. Sixth Form Colleges can be found in nearby Swindon and Cirencester. An excellent Doctors Surgery, Dentist and Opticians are all within walking distance of this property.
The area has great transport links, the A420 to Oxford and the A419 which links to the M4/M5 Motorways. Swindon Station is approximately 6 miles away and trains to central London, Bath and Bristol and the West Country run on a regular timetable.
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