***NO ONWARD CHAIN*** An individually built 1,900 square foot home with two receptions, 26' kitchen diner, conservatory and ground floor four piece bathroom offering flexibility to have a ground floor bedroom. Bedroom one is 21' long with en-suite. A detached double garage has a home office above.
Situated in a cul-de-sac, the High Street is a short walk away. Buses run through the village every 20 minute between Swindon and Oxford. The A420 providing these links along with the M4 motorway. Trains to London Paddington run from Swindon and Didcot.
Comprising entrance hallway, living room, reception room, kitchen diner, conservatory, utility, ground floor bathroom, four bedrooms, first floor cloakroom, en-suite. The generous entrance hallway has a built in double cupboard for coats and shoes. The reception is first off the hallway, currently used as a playroom but could be used as a dining room or ground floor bedroom as it is situated alongside the bathroom (which could be split to make an en-suite and separate cloakroom). The living room is the other side the hallway, is dual aspect and has room for a piano along with two sofas. The kitchen diner spans most the rear with a utility to one end. The dining end is open plan to the conservatory which overlooks the garden and has double doors leading out to it. The four piece bathroom is situated off the hallway. On the first floor bedroom one is 21' long with a raised are to one end, there are built in wardrobes some 3.75m long along with eaves storage and an en-suite. There are two further double bedrooms, a small single room and cloakroom.
Outside there is a block paved double double driveway to the front with timber double gates providing further gated parking to the side of the property. The rear garden is made up of lawn and shrub borders with a double garage situated to the rear, the current owners using part of the ground floor as a gym as there are two windows and windowed doors allowing plenty of natural light in. Stairs lead up to a home office with various built in storage.
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.