Purton Stoke, Wiltshire£435,000
On MarketCBSlade Property Group - 01793 752382CBS01713
Situated in the heart of this desirable village and backing open countryside is this well presented cottage combining spacious three bedroom accommodation with plentiful reception space incorporating character features throughout, great size attractive gardens, garage and parking.
The property is accessed via a useful entrance hall with wooden floor and stairs leading to the first floor. To the left, an attractive timber and stained glass door which leads through to a spacious living room with beamed ceiling and attractive wood burner. A door leads through to another reception area which is currently used as an additional sitting area and perfectly links the dining room with patio doors to the garden, and the kitchen which is fitted with a range of storage and built in oven, hob and hood, and fridge. There is also a useful larder cupboard. The ground floor is completed by a garden room which provides useful additional reception space as well as a utility area with plumbing and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
The first floor landing has an airing cupboard with hot water tank as well as access to all rooms. The master bedroom has a dressing area with built in wardrobes and ensuite with shower, wc, and wash hand basin. There are two further bedrooms, the largest of which also benefits from built in wardrobes. The family bathroom is fitted with a suite comprising bath, wc, and wash hand basin.
To the front of the property is a small area of garden with path leading to the front door. Across the road is a small plot of land with a large garage benefiting from electric up and over door to the front and a useful spot to park.
The rear garden is a really good size and backs open countryside. It is mainly laid to lawn with a pond, area of patio adjoining the property, and beautifully planted beds.
Backing onto open countryside in this small and desirable village of Purton Stoke, which is the epitome of rural living with one of Trip Adviser's top rated pubs, The Bell; located at the top of the village a short five - ten minute walk from the cottage. With nearby small towns of Purton and Cricklade which offer a wide range of day to day amenities whilst the larger towns of Cirencester, Cheltenham, Malmesbury and Swindon provide you with everything you can possibly want. The commuter links are second to none in the area with Swindon and Kemble train stations within 20 minutes and the A419 to M4 and M5 also within minutes of this idyllic village.