A deceptively spacious period property dating back to approx. 1850, with a modern extension giving it a light & airy feel. The property is beautifully presented throughout and has a good size garden, off street parking and is set within this much sought after village, with a thriving community.
A delightful cottage with a stone facade and pretty porch to the front. From the porch a glazed door leads into the sitting room which is a very good size room with a gas burning stove, stairs to the first floor and a door through to the kitchen. The rear of the property is south facing and light streams in through from the dining room to the kitchen which is fitted with a range of units, and includes an integrated Bosch dishwasher, and a range cooker.
To the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom and on the second floor there is a third double bedroom.
There is a gravel drive to the front for parking two cars and the rear south facing garden is accessed via the French doors in the dining room. The garden is beautifully maintained and stocked with an abundance of shrubs, mature trees and hedging providing privacy within the secure and fenced garden and ample space for dining al fresco
Making the most of the outdoor space there is a useful outbuilding which could be used as a home office, utility room or hobby studio. At the end of the garden there is a green house, a shed, and a summer house.
Located within a conservation area the village has a church, primary school and pub. The practical town of Chippenham is within 2 1/2 miles offering good day-to-day shopping, whilst the beautiful Georgian city of Bath with its excellent restaurants, recreational and cultural facilities is about 16 miles away. Bristol and Swindon are within easy access and Chippenham train station has a regular service into London Paddington. Sporting activities in the area include various renowned golf courses, hunting with the Duke of Beaufort