A most impressive individual detached property enjoying glorious far reaching views together with beautifully landscaped gardens. Constructed and finished to a high specification the house has been enhanced and improved by the current owners. The spacious accommodation provides: impressive drawing room with marble open fireplace enjoying front and rear aspects to the gardens, dining room with large window overlooking the rear garden, excellent family kitchen/ breakfast room, with a Mark Wilkinson kitchen which has recently been professionally hand painted and a useful utility room and cloakroom. To the first floor there is a lovely galleried landing leading to Master suite of bedroom, dressing room and ensuite shower room, three further bedrooms, one of which is currently being used as a first floor sitting room together with a family bathroom. The property is completely double glazed with the windows to the south and east elevations recently replaced with the latest A rated units. the property has also recently undergone cavity wall insulation, all to add to future energy efficiency. The gardens are a most noteworthy feature of the property and have undergone recent replanting in many areas. The property sits central to the plot which provides you with varied aspects and extends to approx. 0.4 of an acre. There is an additional 0.5 acre strip of land running along the rear boundary.
The property is approached through double timber gates to a gravelled driveway providing parking and turning.
The front gardens are laid to lawn with mature specimen trees and well stocked borders and an ornamental water feature.
To the side and rear the gardens continue to both sides of the property with ample space to construct garaging (subject to usual consents) Part of the garden is enclosed ideal for children or pets. the rear garden has been attractively landscaped with large ornamental pond with an abundance of plants and shrubs. Large paved terrace and further paved areas. Timber summerhouse and large timber workshop. The rear boundary is stone walling and views are far reaching. The plot extends to approximately 0.40 of an acre and benefits from walling on all four sides.
Within the corner of the additional strip of land, the owners have planted a variety of trees with a small fenced area.
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
Oil Fired Central Heating
Mains Drainage and Water
Local Authority Wiltshire County Council
Council Tax Band F
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"An impressive individual detached property situated in a village location with glorious far reaching views and beautiful mature landscaped gardens."
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