A detached renovation project ideal for updating and extending. Situated on a generous plot with a detached brick garage and further brick store.
Located just off the A419 with links to the M4 and M5 motorways. Blunsdon has two public houses plus further pub and restaurant along with leisure facilities in the Blunsdon House Hotel. There is also a village convenience shop and church.
Comprising storm porch, entrance hallway, living room, dining room, kitchen, rear lobby, rear porch, four piece bathroom, two bedrooms. The storm porch leads into a small entrance hallway with doors to each reception and stairs to the first floor. The living room has an open fire and has windows to two sides. The dining room is dual aspect and leads through the kitchen, which is also dual aspect, houses the boiler and leads to the rear lobby. A door then leads to the four piece bathroom and rear porch. On the first floor there are two bedrooms.
Outside there is gated driveway parking to the rear leading to a brick built garage (slightly smaller than a double) with an electric up and over door plus side window and door. The garden is mainly laid to lawn surrounded by mature hedgerows. A footpath leads to the rear of the garden where there is a further brick store. A pedestrian gate leads out to the front door onto the main road.
Blunsdon is a village situated on the immediate periphery of Swindon, providing good access to many commuter links via train and road. There are two local public houses, along with The Blunsdon House hotel, offering leisure facilities, bars and restaurants, all overlooking impressive countryside. Blunsdon has its own community run shop on the high street, located next to the village hall. There is a primary school and a bus service for Warneford secondary school in nearby Highworth. Blunsdon is surrounded by much open countryside and the lower village is a conservation area, all providing enjoyable areas for walks.