Situated in this semi-rural location with a south facing garden, is this three double bedroom home, with kitchen breakfast room, 21' dual aspect living room, second reception, ensuite to bedroom one, garage and driveway.
With a brick store making for a potential home office (STP) along with a 21'x9' side area offering further scope for a small extension or additional stores. Bishopstone has a public house, church, village hall and lies within the foothills of the famous Ridgeway walking trail, the North Wessex Downs an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Comprising entrance hallway, kitchen diner, living room, second reception, cloakroom, three double bedrooms, ensuite and bathroom. The entrance hallway has a useful under stair cupboard for shoes and jackets. The kitchen diner is modern in finish, with an integral fridge, freezer, dishwasher and oven. There is another useful under stair cupboard in the kitchen, pleasant views of the garden can be enjoyed from the sink. The dual aspect living room has pleasant views to the front from a bay window, there is a central log burner and doors to the second reception, which overlooks the garden and can serve many uses. A cloakroom is off the hallway. On the first floor, bedroom one and three overlook the rear garden, bedroom one benefiting from an ensuite and three built in double wardrobes. The second bedroom enjoys views to the front with the hills in the far distant, there is also a double wardrobe. The main bathroom is of a modern finish.
Outside there is a pleasant front garden, gated side access leading to a private front courtyard along with a brick store, which benefits from power and light, this could be made into a lovely home office (STP). A 9ft wide passageway leads to the rear, offering further scope of outbuildings/store or a small extension, perhaps for a utility and boot room. The rear garden is tiered with a variety of landscaping. There is a garage en-bloc with a driveway space.
Bishopstone sits in the foothills of the famous Ridgeway area of outstanding natural beauty, along with its many public open spaces and fields around, it is ideal for outdoor pursuits. Helen Browning’s farm and public house is located in the village, a local Brewery Arkells pub serving food as well as local ales. The village benefits from its own primary school and nursery, with buses running to nearby Wroughton for Ridgeway secondary school. The area has great transport links, the M4 motorway access 3 miles from the property, the A419 links to the M5 Motorway. Swindon Station is approximately 5 miles away and trains to central London, Bath and Bristol and the West Country run on a regular timetable.
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