Extended period cottage, on the edge of the village with 4 double bedrooms. Sitting room with Inglenook, snug and office. Large kitchen/breakfast room, utility room. Enclosed gardens, ample parking.
This end of terrace cottage is chiefly stone built and thought to date back to mid 1800's. IN recent years it has been substantially extended at the front and now offers excellent family accommodation. Period features include a stone Inglenook fireplace with log burning stove, ceiling beams, exposed stone walls and stripped pine doors.
A canopy porch over a stable door leads into the entrance hall. To the right is a small office and utility room with plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble drier. Beyond is a shower room with white suite comprising cubicle with mains shower, WC and wall mounted wash basin. The well-appointed dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room has oak units and a range cooker, an integrated dishwasher and space for a fridge/freezer. A door to the rear leads to a snug with patio doors to the lawned side garden. The sitting room has an impressive Inglenook fireplace with log burner stove and French doors to the gravelled rear garden. Stairs from the breakfast room lead to the first floor where there are four double bedrooms, the master having an en-suite cloakroom. The family bathroom features a free standing roll top bath, cubicle with mains shower, WC and vanity basin.
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, 2 pubs, and a primary school, and shops can be found at 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.
From Chippenham take the A429 towards Cirencester. Turn right on the B4042 towards Swindon and Royal Wootton Bassett, to Brinkworth. Proceed into Brinkworth, past The Three Crowns public house on the right hand side and continue up the hill. Take the next left into York Lane and follow the road for approx. 100 yards and a gravelled drive on the right leads to the property.