The Old Post Office is an 18th Century Cottage located in the heart of Brinkworth. The property previously served the village of Brinkworth and surrounding areas as a working post office until it was converted into a residential dwelling at the turn of the 20th century.
The property retains lots of charm and character with many original features. The accommodation comprises a double aspect living room with feature fireplaces, kitchen with exposed beams which leads into a stunning dining area with vaulted ceiling, library with crux beams and mezzanine level, study and rear lobby.
Brinkworth which lies on the B4042 between Wootton Bassett and Malmesbury and is reputed to be the longest village in Britain being about seven miles long.
Brinkworth has a parish church, 1 pub, shop, weekly market, primary school and further shops can be found at either Malmesbury or Royal Wootton Bassett only three miles away.
There is excellent access to the M4 at either junction 16 or 17 bringing both Swindon and Bristol within easy reach. Swindon is an important regional centre able to cater for all commercial, recreational and shopping needs.
Train services from Swindon reach Paddington in about 55 minutes.
Tenure - Freehold
Services - Mains Water & Drainage
Oil Fired Central Heating
Local Authority Wiltshire Country Council - Tax Band E