Built in 1930 is this character lodge house totalling 1,800 square foot. With a variety of options to extend further there are two receptions, three double bedrooms, en-suite shower, utility, cloakroom and double garage. Benefiting from being fully re-wired and re-plumbed throughout in 2010.
Situated on the outskirts of this market town, the high street is only a short walk (via footpath) or drive away. The property has trees to many sides and is nearby open countryside for enjoying outdoor pursuits.
Comprising entrance porch, entrance hallway, living room, dining room, kitchen, utility, downstairs shower room, three double bedrooms, en-suite shower, bathroom. The entrance porch has enough space for a few shoes and jackets (there is a very practical side entrance), the entrance hallway leads to both receptions and has stairs to the first floor. The living room is triple aspect and has an open fire. A door leads to the kitchen, which overlooks the garden from a raised position. Steps lead down to the generous utility come boot room (with electric underfloor heating), which has doors directly to the driveway, garage, garden and a ground floor shower room with WC. An inner hallway has an understairs cupboard and leads through to the dining room from the kitchen, which in turn loops back to the hallway. On the first floor bedroom one is dual aspect with views out to neighbouring trees, the second bedroom overlooks the garden and has an open plan shower en-suite with electric underfloor heating. The is one further dual aspect double bedroom with built in cupboard. The bathroom is of a generous size and has a double airing cupboard with radiator and free of water tank.
Outside to the front there is driveway parking in front of the double garage, which has an inspection pit along with side and rear windows. The plot has generous access and space either side, is south facing and is of an overall good size.
AGENTS NOTE - there is planning in for a four bedroom detached dwelling to be constructed to the very rear of the properties garden as depicted in the blue planning drawing, this plot can also be purchased separately or together. Please contact the agent for further information. Swindon Planning ref: S/OUT/20/0356
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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