A 1930's bay window semi detached with a modern interior, south facing garden and rear extension potential. With a recently refitted bathroom, modern kitchen, recent double glazing and carpets to the first floor.
Externally there is a double driveway, gated side access, patio (could do with updating), lawned garden with a recently constructed decking area to the rear with pergola over and power to a Jacuzzi area (currently with the owners inflatable Jacuzzi).
Comprising storm porch, entrance hallway, kitchen, living room, dining room, two double bedrooms, single bedroom and bathroom. The storm porch leads into the hallway with stairs to the first floor and doors to the kitchen and reception areas, the stairs house two under stair storage cupboards. The galley kitchen has space for a range cooker, the sink overlooks the garden with a side door leading out to it. The living room is the front with a bay window, this is open plan to the dining room which looks down the garden with patio doors leading out. On the first floor bedroom one has a bay window and two double built in wardrobes, bedroom two overlooks the rear and the third single room is to the front. The bathroom has been recently refitted in a modern design with a shower over the bath and houses an airing cupboard with a gas combination boiler.
Externally there is driveway parking for at least two vehicles, secure gated side access, patio, lawn, rear decking area with hardstanding for Jacuzzi (with power) and a shed.
AGENTS NOTE: The property is leasehold, with a lease length of 999 years from 2 January 1932 with ground rent of £2.2s.0d, but no living person to pay it to.
Located in the east side of Swindon, with an array of local convenience shops dotted about the area, a larger Sainsbury's, Morrisons and Aldi provide bigger supermarket shops. Greenbridge retail park offers fast food restaurants and an array of homeware, clothing and general stores. Primary and secondary schools are available throughout east suburbs. A vast array of Public houses are dotted about the area to cater to the vast majority of tastes with eastern village pubs a short drive. Coate Water lake has a famous Grade II listed driving board and offers walks around the lake, through the woodland whilst enjoying the views of the surrounding countryside, finished off with a hot drink and snack from their cafe.
The area has great transport links, the M4 motorway access circa 4.5 miles from the property, the A419 links to the M5 Motorway and the A420 for links to Oxford. Swindon Station is approximately 2.5 miles away and trains to central London, Bath and Bristol and the West Country run on a regular timetable.
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