With a potential for an annexe or home business with its own access is this detached chalet bungalow, with a 28' reception, kitchen breakfast room, five bedrooms (four ground floor), three ground floor bathrooms, and utility.
The west facing plot has a vast decking and patio area leading down to a lawn, with further secluded seating, a hidden vegetable patch, large shed and greenhouse. Power is connected to the shed and throughout the garden, along with an outdoor wifi system.
Comprising main entrance hallway, lounge/diner, kitchen breakfast room, utility, five bedrooms, three bathrooms. The main entrance hallway leads to bedroom one and two either side of the initial entrance (all front facing rooms have acoustic glazing to keep the interior as quiet as is possible) , bedroom one offering an en-suite shower room. Further along the hallway is the main four piece bathroom, handy under stair store cupboard, door to the first floor stairs and access into the lounge diner. This main reception space is open plan between the living and dining space to maximise enjoyment of the distant view and garden. The kitchen breakfast room is located off the dining end, both benefiting from french doors out to the decking. A rear lobby has an external door to a side passage and heads into the utility area, this rear lobby provides access to another two bedrooms and shower room, this is where it is thought the space could be adapted for an annexe or home business with separate access into this end of the building. On the first floor there is a bedroom with views to the rear over the garden and surrounding distant countryside, we are informed the vendor has used aerospace grade insulation to keep this area warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
Outside there is ample parking to the front for a number of vehicles, lockable timber side store ideal for hobbies, motorcycles or bicycles. Gated side access leads to the side entrance and rear garden. The rear is west facing, offers vast entertaining space and can be a gardeners delight. We are informed the decking area has been built to take the weight of a jacuzzi, along with power sockets situated throughout the garden for further locations or working from home off the external wifi system.
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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