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A unique Grade II listed cottage located in the popular town of Highworth. This property is full of character, boasting a private garden, shaker style kitchen with exposed brickwork and is in the process of being completely re-thatched.
Entering from the side of the property you are greeted by a utility room/boot room which leads to a large hall. From here sits two double bedrooms, one of which has an in-built wardrobe, there is a good size study and shower room. The hall opens into a stunning kitchen/diner with an array of shaker-style floor and wall mounted units, solid oak worktops and integrated appliances such as a double oven, electric hob and fridge freezer. This room forms part of an extension which has been wonderfully created to combine the old original stone wall with contemporary fixtures and fittings. French doors take you out to the garden.
There is a stone archway from the kitchen leading through to the old part of the cottage and into a large living room with two bay windows and log burning stove. Here a wealth of period features including original beams and exposed brick walls makes this room truly special. Completing the downstairs accommodation is the family bathroom. Upstairs sit two further double bedrooms with more exposed beams.
Outside is a beautiful garden with many different pockets. A good size patio and decked area create the perfect place for alfresco dining and soaking up summer rays. There is an old well in the centre of the garden, a small outbuilding and raised lawn area. On the other side of the home is off-road parking for two vehicles.
The property benefits from being end of chain.
Highworth is the original, historic market town and remains the highest town in Wiltshire, on the edge of the internationally renowned Cotswolds area. Highworth provides a wealth of amenities including schools, a doctors' surgery, chemist, dentist and butchers along with many restaurants, pubs and shops, including the Coop supermarket, and a Saturday market in the town square.
The local, Halo leisure centre has a covered swimming pool with the football, cricket, tennis, golf and bowls grounds close by. Wrag Barn golf club is also easily available. Highworth town is conveniently located with good road communications via the A420 to Oxford (26 miles) as well as the A419 to the M4 (19 miles) and M5 (33miles). Train links are available 4 miles away via Swindon to all mainline stations including London Paddington (within an hour).
Local Authority – Swindon Borough Council
Band – D
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