Needing updating is this wider than average and therefore larger than average traditional Rodbourne home, with two receptions, a 19' kitchen, three bedrooms and first floor bathroom. With great extension potential for a useable loft conversion plus rear extension as many neighbouring properties have done.
There is a 50' rear garden with a brick built garage with power, light and vehicular access via the rear. Rodbourne benefits from its own primary school, shops, restaurants, the Designer Outlet village, in addition to greenery nearby along with a Sainsbury's and Aldi supermarkets. The town centre is a 1 mile walk as is Swindon Train Station for links to London in under the hour.
Comprising entrance hallway, living room, dining room, kitchen, conservatory, three bedrooms and bathroom. The entrance hallway has stairs to the first floor. The living room has a bay window to the front, an existing fireplace (the status of which shall need to be checked by a purchaser should they wish to reinstate it). The living room is open plan to the dining room, which has french doors out to the conservatory. The kitchen is to the end of the hallway with a door into the conservatory, which in turn has french doors to the garden. there is a cupboard in the conservatory housing the gas fired boiler (we are honestly informed by the owners this requires replacing and only serves the heating and not the hot water, which is run off the immersion heater in the hot tank). On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, a single bedroom and bathroom with shower over the bath. Neighbouring properties have added large dormer windows to the rear making for what is thought would be very useable loft bedroom.
Outside the rear garden is low maintenance with various boxed raised borders, there is an expanse of patio, a decked area and footpath leading to the garage, which has a side door and window, power and light along with vehicular access to the rear.
Rodbourne is a suburb situated just outside Swindon town centre, constructed around 1890 the area has traditional rows of red brick terrace homes, once housing many workers for Swindon's famous Great Western Railway works, which has in more recent times been sympathetically restored to create the very popular McArthur Glen Designer outlet village. Offering a vast array of fashion, home and food shops along with eateries all under a covered environment and with the benefit of outdoor market stalls at weekends and christmas. Rodbourne high street offers an array of convenience stores, small supermarkets (Coop and Aldi), pubs, restaurants, hairdressers, barbers and takeaways...essentially anything you might happen to need any time day or night! Buses regularly run through the area linking to many parts of the town along with the train station with links to London, Reading, Bath and Bristol to name a few. The M4 motorway is a 4 mile drive mainly via dual carriageway.