On entering the property there is a good size entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and access to the sitting room, kitchen/dining room, study/fourth bedroom and cloakroom. The sitting room is a lovely bright room with large triple aspect windows including French doors leading to the enclosed rear garden, the Bath stone fireplace and log burner give the room a warm cosy feel. The kitchen is well designed with granite worktop and ample storage cupboards with integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher, pantry cupboard with plumbing for washing machine, a double oven with hob and extractor fan. French doors provide access to the rear garden giving the room a light airy feel. A door leads to a useful space to store boots and coats and a further door gives pedestrian access to the garage.
To the first floor there are three double bedrooms. The generous size master bedroom has fitted wardrobes and a door to access the large eaves storage space. Bedroom two also has fitted wardrobes and access to the eaves space could be installed. The modern family bathroom has a bath and separate shower cubicle.
Grounds & Gardens
There is a generous gravel drive with ample parking in front of the large garage which has electric doors. The level lawned garden sweeps around the whole of the house. The rear garden is fenced so secure for young children and pets alike. The flowerbeds are well stocked with mature trees and shrubs along with an apple and plum tree.
Christian Malford is one of the few villages in the area retaining the facilities and amenities villages used to have, including primary school, church, village shop/ post office, pub, recreation field with amenities and children's play area, and a village hall where there are many social events and activities arranged on a regular basis. The village is just four miles N.E. of Chippenham, which offers a comprehensive range of shopping facilities and amenities including a sports/leisure centre and main line rail services (Paddington 75 minutes) and within easy reach of the Georgian city of Bath, with its many cultural, leisure and shopping attractions. Tetbury and Cirencester, two typical Cotswold's towns, are within easy access, and the M4 motorway (Junctions 17 & 18) provide fast road access to London, Bristol, Swindon and the South West. There is a good choice of both state and private education in the area and those with an interest in country and leisure pursuits are well catered for in the Region.