Magdalene Close, South Marston, Wiltshire

£350,000 For Sale
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Property Description

  • Cul-de-sac location
  • South west facing landscaped garden
  • Kitchen diner overlooking garden
  • Separate living room
  • Downstairs cloakroom
  • En-suite with double shower cubicle
  • Surrounded by countryside
  • Village Primary school
  • Swindon train station 5 miles
  • Oxford city centre 30 miles

A detached house offering a perfect blend of modern comfort and countryside tranquillity. One reception room, kitchen diner, cloakroom, three bedrooms, and two bathrooms. Tandem parking for two vehicles and landscaped south west facing garden.

Surrounded by the local countryside while just a stone's throw away from Swindon, you'll have easy access to amenities and services, while still enjoying the serenity of village life. Located thirty miles from the historic city of Oxford, you'll have the best of both worlds - a tranquil village setting with the option to explore the cultural delights of a vibrant city. With a village primary school nearby, this property is ideal for families looking for a peaceful yet convenient location to call home.

Comprising entrance hall, living room, kitchen diner, cloakroom, three bedrooms, en-suite and bathroom. The entrance hall has doors into the cloakroom and living room. The living room overlooks the front garden and has stairs to the first floor. A door leads through to the kitchen diner, which has space for a table, a handy under stair cupboard and french doors out to the garden. On the first floor bedroom one has a ensuite with double shower cubicle. There are two further bedrooms and bathroom.

Outside there is a tandem driveway to the front, a small front garden area, gated side access leads to the landscaped rear garden offering a patio spanning the rear of the property with a lawn area and planted borders.

Services: We understand mains water, electricity, gas and sewage are connected to the property.

South Marston is a small village located just outside Swindon within a stones throw of all that Swindon offers along with the A419 dual carriageway, offering links to the M4 and M5 motorways, whilst the A420 links to Oxford. Swindon Station is approximately 6 miles away and trains to central London, Bath and Bristol and the West Country run on a regular timetable. The village has a wonderful park with a central lake surrounded by woodland, owned by Swindon Borough Council and a number of trusts. Highworth is the highest town in Wiltshire. The Grade II listed High Street has a variety of shops and businesses, cafes, pubs and restaurants. The local schools consist of two Primary and Junior Schools and one Secondary school - all in walking distance of this property. Sixth Form Colleges can be found in nearby Swindon and Cirencester.

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