Westrop, Highworth, SN6 7HJ

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Westrop, Highworth, SN6 7HJ


  • House, End of Terrace
  • Property Type
  • 3
  • Bedrooms
  • 1
  • Bathroom

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Presented to the market is this three bedroom, end of terrace home situated within the heart of the popular market town of Highworth, Wiltshire.

The property has been lovingly looked after for the past 40 years by the current owners and offers spacious, well-presented accommodation whilst retaining the characterful and quirky charm of this 1900's house.

The accommodation comprises to the ground floor – an entrance porch leading to sitting room with gas fire and stairs to the first floor. The dining room leads in turn to a good sized fitted kitchen with further stairs to another first floor area. There is a lobby area giving access to the lovely south facing rear garden.

To the first floor at the front of the property there is a double and a single bedroom along with a spacious bathroom which features a four piece suite. The rear first floor of the property (accessed via separate stair case) has a further double bedroom with built-in wardrobes.

To the rear of the property the south facing garden offers an excellent degree of privacy. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a range of mature shrubs. There is an outbuilding/summer house which could be used as a home office. There is ample road parking to the front of the property, with the amenties of the the Town a short walk away.

Highworth is a historic market town 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).

EPC Rating – D
Council Tax Band – B (Swindon Borough Council)

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