**NO ONWARD CHAIN** Overlooking a protected orchard and its own 0.2 acre plot is this unique and individual cottage. There are three receptions, an open fire, exposed beams and four double bedrooms.
Situated in a conservation area in Lower Blunsdon, the property reaches from Front to Back Lane and is surrounded by open countryside. There is a timber garage plus store with power, light and water with double driveway. Blunsdon benefits from a primary school, community run shop/cafe, church, village hall, two pubs and The Blunsdon House Hotel.
Comprising entrance hallway, living room, reception, dining room, kitchen, utility/WC, four bedrooms and main bathroom. The generous entrance hallway offers plenty of space for shoe and coat storage along with space for a bench seat or similar. A reception room leads off the rear of the hallway with double aspect views over the rear garden. A further door leads into the living room which has an open fire, exposed beam, bay window to the front and an opening into the dining room. The kitchen is open plan to the dining room and has a door to the garden, the dining room enjoys views along Front Lane. Further off the entrance hallway is the utility room housing a gas fired 'Worcester' boiler feeding a hot tank in the first floor bathroom, there is a also a toilet, sink and space for washing machine in addition to the potential to add a shower cubicle. On the first floor there are four double bedrooms and a bathroom with shower over the bath. There are two staircases servicing the first floor.
Outside the gardens extend to 0.2 acre. A pedestrian gate provides access to Front Lane. There is a patio to the immediate rear of the property, ideal for outside dining. A footpath leads the length of the garden leading to a timber garage to the rear that benefits from a separate store room, power, light and water. Potentially the store could be made into a home office with views down the garden. The is concrete hardstanding to the front of the garage providing parking for two vehicles in additional to less formal parking space to the side of the garage.
Services: mains gas, sewage, electricity and water.
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, a village hall and a church. 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.