Purton Stoke


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A modern well-maintained four bedroom detached family home, built around 1998, very attractively situated in a small village setting, enjoying a non-estate position, within this well-regarded village.

Purton Stoke is well-placed for easy access to Swindon or Cricklade within only a few miles, and is also within easy reach of Cirencester and the dual carriageway to Cheltenham/Gloucester and M4 Junctions 15/16 near Swindon train station which is a direct line to London Paddington.

The property enjoys a view behind towards paddocks and fields, and provides a well-balanced and attractive home.

Approached into an entrance hall, there is an adjacent cloakroom and a very attractive sitting room with a bay window front aspect and French doors to the conservatory. A separate dining room overlooks the front and also has a bay window. There is a study that is dual aspect and a pleasantly fitted Shaker style kitchen has an adjacent utility room and a lovely double-glazed conservatory behind, enjoys a glass roof and an aspect onto the private garden.

At first floor level the master bedroom has an en-suite shower room and there are three further well-proportioned bedrooms and family bathroom.

There is a detached single garage to the side and a gravel driveway, and the private garden is landscaped, has a patio decking area and apple tree, and is fully enclosed and very private.

In addition, the house benefits from gas central heating to radiators and UPVC double-glazed windows.

AMENITIES Purton Stoke is a small village in North Wiltshire, about 2 miles north of Purton and 2 miles south of Cricklade. It was mentioned in the Domesday Book as "Stoche". It still has 2 working dairy farms. There is a Public House, The Bell Inn that has existed since at least 1733, and has an excellent reputation for food. A river runs through the west of the village - The Key, a tributary of the Thames. There are the remains of the Mineral Water Spa with a copse, built to enjoy a pleasant walk until the waters had their effect. A walk down Stoke Common Lane or Spa Lane leads to the Wildflower Meadow and Braydon Forest. Nearby there is the Swindon and Cricklade Railway and the North Wilts Canal.

Purton Stoke has a thriving social scene - see website for more information www.purtonstoke.org.uk.

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