This attractive detached family home was built we believe in the mid 1970s and is constructed of Bradstone under a tiled roof. The property is double glazed throughout and offers spacious well proportioned accommodation. It is an ideal place to raise a growing family whilst having superb links to Swindon and the M4. A spacious entrance hall with adjoining cloakroom has an attractive suspended engineered oak floor which extends across the rooms on the ground floor. The sitting room is dual aspect with a woodburning stove set in a stone and brick fire place. There are two rooms off the sitting room, both currently used as studies and one has French windows to the garden and extensive under stairs storage. The generous dining room is double aspect with doors leading to the kitchen and to the entrance hall. The kitchen/breakfast room has a full range of wall and base units and has an integrated dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave and a New World Range cooker with a 4 burner gas hob, hot plate, griddle, grill and double oven. There is a utility area with plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. A door leads out of the kitchen to the rear garden. On the first floor are 4 bedrooms, all having the additional benefit of fitted wardrobes. There is a well appointed family bathroom with an airing cupboard and a further separate shower room. A second staircase leads to the attic rooms There is further extensive walk-in storage in the eaves.
Garden and grounds
A driveway with parking for several vehicles sweeps around a rose studded roundabout to the front of the property, with further parking to the side of the house leading to a double garage. It maybe worth noting that planning permission has previously been granted to convert the garage loft into an office but this has now lapsed. The extensive front and side gardens are mainly laid to lawn including mature trees, fruit trees, a green house, vegetable patch and a summer house with electricity. There are beds and borders of seasonal flowers and mature shrubs. The enclosed and private rear garden is attractively paved with a raised pond and built-in barbeque.
Surrounding area and communications
Wroughton is on the edge of the Marlborough Downs, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and close to The Ridgeway, a national path, which is connected to the ancient Uffington White Horse and is an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding countryside. The village of Wroughton provides many amenities including shops, public houses, a doctors' and a dentists' surgery, a junior school and secondary school. Swindon is only 3 miles away and Marlborough 10 miles, both providing a more comprehensive range of shopping and leisure facilities. The area is well served by a good range of independent schools, including Pinewood, St Francis Pewsey, Marlborough College and Dauntsey's School. Located less than 5 miles from junction 16 of the M4, it has excellent access to London and the West Country and its proximity to Swindon provides excellent rail communications to London Paddington (1 hour).
From Marlborough High Street proceed north on the A346 in the direction of Swindon. After approximately 7 miles turn left at the Chiseldon petrol station onto the B4005 signposted for Wroughton and continue along this road until a T junction with the A4361. Turn right and follow the signs to Wroughton. At the bottom of the hill as you come into Wroughton, just before the roundabout turn left into Greens Lane and the property is the first one on the right hand side.