Detached family home with a large garden and open views over fields to the rear. 4 bedrooms, bathroom and en suite shower. Hall, cloakroom, L shaped sitting/dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room. Garage, ample driveway parking.
Built in the late 1990's, this detached home has elevations of reconstituted stone beneath a tile covered roof. The windows and external doors are UPVC double glazed. There is ample parking to the front and a generous south-east facing rear garden with fields beyond. The ground floor features hard flooring with tiles and engineered oak, making it ideal for a young family. The kitchen and bathrooms have been re-fitted in recent years and the current owners have created a large open plan sitting/dining room which has a log burning stove.
The front door leads into a hall with stairs to the first floor and cupboards under. On the left is a cloakroom and at the side and rear is the large L shaped sitting room with a dining area which includes two sets of French doors. At the front is the kitchen/breakfast room with a range of units including granite work surfaces and a breakfast bar. There is an induction hob with extractor over, a built-in oven and grill, a large integrated fridge and space for a dishwasher. The adjacent utility room has a useful second sink, the boiler and the water softener. On the first floor there is a large airing cupboard with the unvented hot water cylinder and shelving. From the landing a ladder leads to the boarded loft space with light. It is a traditional cut roof and therefore provides scope for conversion if required. There are four bedrooms, three doubles and a single, with an en suite shower to the master bedroom. The family bathroom has a shower over the bath and like the en suite has built-in shelving.
There is parking for 5 or 6 cars on the gravelled drive adjacent to the garage, There are areas of lawn and gated access either side of the house. The bunded oil tank is alongside the garage and at the rear is a paved patio adjoining the house. The rear garden has two areas of lawn divided by old sleepers and has gravelled path either side. Leading to the bottom of the garden where there is a second paved area for enjoying the setting sun and a raised vegetable bed. The rear boundary adjoins fields beyond and there are views of the Dauntsey Vale.
Brinkworth lies roughly midway between Malmesbury and Swindon, which has a mainline train service to London Paddington. M4 J16 is about 5 miles away and provides access to the major employment centres of Bristol, Bath and Swindon. The village has an active community and has a nursery school, primary school, an award winning public house, church and golf course. More shops and services can be found in Royal Wootton Bassett.