High Street, Bishopstone, Wiltshire

£375,000 Sold Subject to Contract
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Property Description

  • 1930's character home
  • Log burner
  • Wood floors
  • Granite kitchen
  • Bi-fold doors
  • Utility cloakroom
  • Three generous bedrooms
  • Double glazed
  • Village pub, shop and hall
  • Village primary school

Having not been on the market for some 27 years is this 1930's character home, with wood floors, log burner, granite kitchen, bi-fold doors to the garden, three good sized bedrooms and a four piece main bathroom.

Located on the High Street in Bishopstone, a stone's throw from the pub and its accommodation, the village hall, the primary school and the duck pond. The Ridgeway is a 10-15 minute walk up hill, rewarding you by outstanding far reaching views.

Comprising storm porch, entrance hallway, utility cloakroom, L-shaped kitchen diner, living room, three bedrooms, four piece bathroom. The entrance hallway has doors leading to the utility, kitchen and living room along with stairs to the first floor. The utility room has space for a washing machine and tumble dryer in addition to housing a toilet and sink (a shower could be added if desired). The living room has a log burner, a window overlooks the front garden, a further door leads into the kitchen with French doors leading out to the dining area. The kitchen has granite worktops and space for freestanding white goods. A newly installed stove is fueled by pellets and provides the heating and hot water in the winter months. The hot water being provided by an immersion heater in the summer months. The dining area is open plan and has bifold doors leading out the rear garden. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a modern four piece bathroom.

Outside both front and rear gardens are very well stocked to include a seating area to the front, which is secluded from the road due to a hedge row and an elevated position from the road. The rear garden has a decked area, patio, two deep brick stores, vegetable patch and pedestrian rear access.

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.

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