- 4 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 3 reception rooms
- Stunning Gardens with Stream Flowing Through
- Peaceful Setting
- Four Double Bedrooms
- Double Garage
- Stunning Newly Fitted Kitchen
- Garden Room
- Large Open Plan Living Area
- Desirable Village Location
Description -stunning location- -idyllic & peaceful setting- -four double bedrooms- -double garage- -stunning newly fitted kitchen-
A rare opportunity to purchase an individually designed home with no onward chain, sat on a large, mature & private plot, with a natural chalk stream flowing through the rear garden. The property is in need of some updating.
A large entrance hall leads to an impressive open plan living area, with large bay window overlooking the rear garden. There is a further dining room, stylish newly fitted kitchen, and garden room that opens onto a decking area with views over the garden and stream. The ground floor is completed by a useful utility room, cloakroom and store.
The first floor offers four double bedrooms & family bathroom, with the master benefiting from a large, modern en-suite bathroom, the bath itself is set in the bay window and looks onto the delightful garden. Oil fired central heating.
Bishopstone is a sought after village located about six miles east of Swindon and just west of the county border with Oxfordshire. It is a picturesque village with two thriving pubs/restaurants, there is an excellent primary school and most secondary school children attend the Ridgeway School for which a school bus collects them from the village at 8.00 am and returns them around 4.00 pm. The village has a large number of thatched cottages centred around a pretty mill pond and stream network often used as a base for walkers, with excellent access to the Ridgeway National Trail. The nearby market towns of Faringdon (c. 8 miles) and Wantage (c. 11 miles) provide a good selection of independent and high street stores. The village of Shrivenham (c. 3.5 miles) boasts two supermarkets, a florist, delicatessen and general store. Swindon (c. 7.5 miles) gives access to the M4 and a main line railway station for Bristol and London. Oxford (c. 28 miles) has access to the M40. View more View less