***NO ONWARD CHAIN*** Situated in this semi-rural location, is this generous sized three double bedroom home, with kitchen breakfast room, a 21' dual aspect living room with log burner and and en-suite to bedroom one. Planning permission has recently been granted to convert the loft into a further en-suite bedroom.
The rear garden is south facing and well stocked. There is a detached single garage and driveway. Bishopstone has a public house, church, village hall and lies within the foothills of the famous Ridgeway walking trail, the North Wessex Downs an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Comprising a 21’ living room, kitchen diner, cloakroom, ensuite to bedroom one, two further double bedrooms and main bathroom. The front door leads into a central hallway, leading to all ground floor rooms. The kitchen diner overlooks the garden. The living room has a multi fuel burner and French doors to the garden. There is an under-stair cupboard and a separate cloakroom on the ground floor. On the first floor the bedroom one has two double built in wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. There are two further double bedrooms and main bathroom with shower over the bath. Planning ref: S/LDP/21/1242/SAC of Swindon Borough Council details the Certificate of Lawful Development (Proposed) for the conversion of loft into habitable space.
Outside the front offers a footpath to communal parking area and access to the garage with driveway situated on a block to the end of the cul-de-sac. The rear garden is south facing, has a lower patio, steps lead to a raised lawn area with further steps leading up to a top patio area.
Bishopstone sits in the foothills of the famous Ridgeway area of outstanding natural beauty, along with its many public open spaces and fields around, it is ideal for outdoor pursuits. Helen Browning’s farm and public house is located in the village, a local Brewery Arkells pub serving food as well as local ales. In addition the pub has opened a convenience store, ideal for all your locally sourced produce along with lunch baps and treats. The village benefits from its own primary school and nursery, with buses running to nearby Wroughton for Ridgeway secondary school. The area has great transport links, the M4 motorway access 3 miles from the property, the A419 links to the M5 Motorway. Swindon Station is approximately 5 miles away and trains to central London, Bath and Bristol and the West Country run on a regular timetable.