A detached bungalow situated within the pretty hamlet of Lower Seagry offering flexible accommodation with two rooms added by the owner to utilise some of the loft space. Being offered with no onward chain.
The well-presented accommodation is currently arranged to provide entrance hall, sitting room with double doors out to a patio, kitchen, utility room, dining room with stairs off to the first floor, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, further double bedroom and a shower room complete the ground floor accommodation. The converted attic offer two further bedrooms and access to a generous store room.
The property is serviced by oil central heating, calor gas for the kitchen hob, electricity and mains water & drainage.
Situation Lower Seagry is a pretty hamlet surrounded by rural countryside and is conveniently located for access to the M4 motorway, junction 17, and midway between Malmesbury and Chippenham, approximately five miles north and south respectively. Chippenham offers excellent shopping facilities and intercity rail links to London Paddington.
Outside Hedgerows sits on just under a quarter of an acre plot with gardens wrap around the property. A large lawn lies to the front of the property. To one side is a secluded area of garden that has been used to grow fruit and vegetable and houses a shed and greenhouse. The opposite side has a patio area which has historically had permission to extend the accommodation on. To the rear of the property is the oil storage tank and a cupboard housing the boiler. A block paved driveway provides off-street parking in front of a 29' garage with power and lighting.
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