On a south facing plot is this individually built 2,030 sq. foot (inc. garage) property with 21.5' dual aspect living room leading to conservatory, kitchen diner along with a separate dining room/ home office, utility, cloakroom, four double bedrooms (one currently used as dressing room), wetroom ensuite and family bathroom.
Situated within walking distance of Shrivenham high street. The garden is very secluded (82' wide x 45' deep) backing onto trees and benefits from a timber summer house (115 sq. foot inc store), making for an ideal home office or entertaining space.
Comprising entrance hallway, living room, kitchen diner, conservatory, dining room/Home Office, utility, cloakroom, double garage, four double bedrooms, bathroom and ensuite. The wide entrance hallway has a handy under stair storage cupboard for coats and jackets a door to the left leads through to the 21.5' dual aspect living room with brick fireplace and patio doors leading onto the conservatory, which enjoys views of the garden, with the French doors lead out to a patio. To the rear of the hallway is the dining room/home office with views of the garden. The cloakroom is also off the hallway along with access to the kitchen diner, which has space for a dining table, a further door leads out to the utility room, which is of a good size and has access directly into the double garage and to the garden. On the first floor bedroom one has an ensuite shower wet room in addition to an archway through to bedroom four, which is currently being used as a dressing room. There are two further double bedrooms and modern main bathroom.
Outside the front the property has an in/out gravel driveway leading to the double garage, with gated access to one side. The rear garden (82' wide x 45' deep) has a large patio area for entertaining, a summerhouse with power and handy store to its rear. Mature hedgerows surround the garden, which is mainly laid to lawn, a handy covered store area runs a good length of one side of property ideal for garden tools or a potting shed.
Shrivenham is a small Oxfordshire village situated c.7 miles out of Swindon centre. The High Street has an array of boutique shops, pubs, restaurants, takeaways and eateries. The famous Ridgeway area of outstanding natural beauty is within a short drive to the south, along with the immediate surrounding open countryside, the area is ideal for outdoor pursuits. Nearby Bourton House was built in 1845, which is now the premises of Pinewood School, a co-educational preparatory school founded in 1875. Primary schools are in Shrivenham itself, Watchfield and Ashbury to name a few and secondary schools are in Faringdon, Highworth and Swindon. The area has great transport links, the M4 motorway access c.7 miles from the property, the A420 links to Oxford c.25 miles away (S6 bus running every 20 minutes from Shrivenham) the A419 links to the M5 Motorway. Swindon Station is approximately c.7 miles away and trains to central London, Bath and Bristol and the West Country run on a regular timetable.