Description This modern detached home is tucked away within a private corner position in this popular village residential close. The property is well placed for a convenient level walk to Sherston village centre and the primary school. Originally built in the 1970s, the property has been substantially extended over the years with a rear extension and additional first floor accommodation constructed over the garage.
The ground floor accommodation offers flexible living arrangements comprising a large open plan living/dining room with sliding doors to the garden, a central study/playroom and a breakfast room which is open plan to the light and airy kitchen. The kitchen boasts a high vaulted ceiling with country style fitted units and enjoys views over the garden. On the first floor there are four bedrooms and a stylish family bathroom with both a large shower and separate bath. The master bedroom has a further en-suite bathroom. There is ample built-in storage throughout the property.
A rare feature for this type of property is the larger than average garden which enjoys a good degree of privacy with mature tree and shrub borders surrounding an extensive lawn. Off the kitchen there is a large landscaped patio for BBQs and alfresco dining. There is a further small front garden alongside off-road parking in front of the garage. The front aspect of the property equally has an excellent sense of privacy set behind mature beech hedging.
Situation The beautiful, ancient and much sought after village of Sherston with its broad High Street and historic stone houses is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty conveniently located on the edge of the Cotswolds. Sherston has a thriving community and offers many facilities, including church, primary school, doctor's surgery, post office & general stores, hairdresser, wine shops and two pubs including the highly regarded 16th century Rattlebone Inn, with its excellent food and friendly atmosphere. The facilities and amenities in Sherston more than adequately provide for everyday need with a whole host of societies and clubs meeting on a regular basis offering entertainment and social events for young and old alike.
Schooling locally is second to none, with very good state and independent schools providing transport to and from the village on a daily basis. Close by are the market towns of Malmesbury and Tetbury which are both approximately 5 miles away. Malmesbury is reputed to be the oldest Borough in the country dating back to the 11th Century. Both towns offer a wider range of shops, services, schooling and leisure facilities. There are main line stations to London-Paddington at Kemble (14 miles) and Chippenham (12 miles) whilst Junctions 17 & 18 of the M4 are both within 15 minutes' drive providing convenient access to Bath, Bristol and Swindon.
Tenure&services We understand the property is Freehold with oil fired central heating, mains water and drains.
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