Witts Lane, Purton, Swindon

£480,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Unproceedable viewers welcome - A sympathetically restored 4 double bedroom period property retaining many original features, offering spacious and flexible accommodation along with a stunning secluded landscaped garden enjoying a southerly aspect.

On the ground floor leading from the hallway is the 24ft living room featuring oak flooring with the benefit of underfloor heating and french doors leading to the patio garden. There is a 19ft kitchen/dining room with fitted kitchen featuring a balanced-flue gas Aga, inner lobby leading to the cloakroom which combined could be converted to a downstairs shower room.

The first floor landing has a restored staircase and gives access to a converted attic space that would only require the installation of a staircase to fully utilise. There are four double bedrooms and the luxurious wet room with an unusual petrified-wood wash basin and underfloor heating.

Outside to the front, is driveway parking and to the rear is the stunning c80ft x 30ft rear garden featuring the 17ft insulated garden office.

Hall

Partially glazed door and window to front aspect, coved ceiling, stairwell leading to first floor, doors to living room and breakfast area.

Living Room

7.30m x 3.34m (23'11 x 10'11 )

Bay window to front aspect, french doors leading to rear garden, coved ceiling, oak flooring with underfloor heating, remote controlled gas flame effect gas fire set in 'Westminster' stone fireplace.

Kitchen/Dining Room

4.77m x 5.92m (15'8 x 19'5 )

Period quarry tiled floor with mostly oak fitted kitchen units, generous work surfaces with inset white one and a half bowl ceramic sink with mixer tap over, plumbing for both automatic washing machine and dishwasher. Beside the Aga is an integrated double ring gas hob. The balanced-flue gas Aga is positioned so that the chef of the home has a view of the garden. Space for free standing fridge and freezers. French doors opening out to the garden.

Inner Lobby

Door leading through to cloakroom:

WC

Low level WC, wash hand basin, towel rail radiator, ceramic tiled flooring.

Landing

The first floor landing with skylight has a restored staircase and gives access to a converted attic space that would only require the installation of a staircase to fully utilise. There are four double bedrooms and the wet room.

Attic Room

The attic accessed via a movable sturdy wooden ladder has been 'converted' to building regulation standards with laminate flooring and velux windows fitted.

Bedroom 1

3.94m x 3.34m (12'11 x 10'11 )

Window to rear aspect, radiator, coved ceiling, period fireplace, fitted units.

Bedroom 2

3.56m x 3.35m (11'8 x 11'0 )

Bay window to front aspect, , picture rail, radiator, period fireplace.

Bedroom 3

3.35m x 2.75m (11'0 x 9'0 )

Window to rear aspect, radiator, inset ceiling spotlights, wood effect laminate flooring.

Bedroom 4

2.84m x 2.83m (9'4 x 9'3 )

Window to rear aspect, radiator,

Wet Room

Obscure window to front aspect, the wet room, designed by BASCS, has a WC and an Indigenous, of Burford, petrified-wood basin with a heated towel rail, light up remote control shower system, tiled walls and flooring with underfloor heating.

Garage/Storage

Up and over door. fitted gas combination boiler and water softener.

Garden Room/Office

3.81m x 5.29m (12'6 x 17'4 )

Window to two aspects including a large picture window, fully insulated walls, flooring and ceiling with broadband, laminate floor with piping fitted for under floor heating.

Gardens

The large rear garden is landscaped to a high standard, well maintained and enclosed by wooden fencing, walls and hedging. A paved area takes advantage of sunny aspect, leading onto the lower lawn which is connected by a redclay cobbled path to the upper lawn which is raised slightly. A feature of the garden is a wrought iron Gazebo covered with established Wisteria and Jasmine offering a pleasantly shaded spot. There is a herb garden and apple and fig trees.

Well stocked flowering borders add colour and shape with a sprinkling of larger trees and shrubs, to this already delightful garden. Through the rose arch to separate paved area is a metal garden shed screened by a Yew hedge.

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