Chain Free
£535,000 Guide Price

5 Bedrooms

Property Information

  • Address:
    SN16 0HD
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Features:
    No onward chain,
    Grade II Listed - many period features,
    Two off-street parking spaces,
    Large enclosed garden,
    Close to main transport links

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Property Summary

An individual four/five bedroom, Grade II Listed family home with two off-street parking spaces and a large enclosed rear garden. The oldest part of the house dates from the early 17th Century and is full of original features; including two Tudor-arched feature fireplaces. To the rear is the sizeable garden extending across the back of the property to the north. Both the garden and house are much larger than expected from the roadside view.
EPC Rating: Current-45, Potential-81. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

The original part of the property is built of natural stone elevations, with stone mullion windows under a concrete tile roof to the front roof slope - and clay tiles to the rear. Behind the original house is a flat-roofed extension of reproduction stone blocks with timber-framed windows. The ground floor accommodation comprises a hallway, cloakroom, kitchen (with integral dishwasher, freezer and a Rangemaster cooker with a six-ring gas hob), dining area, living room and conservatory. On the first floor are two double bedrooms, a single bedroom and the family bathroom; another double bedroom and a single bedroom/study are on the second floor.

Adjacent to the road is a parking area with space for two substantial vehicles. To the rear of the house the conservatory doors open onto a fenced patio area, which leads on to a large lawn with a mature apple tree, several more mature trees and some young ornamental trees. Close to the patio is a useful 2.39m x 1.79m garden shed; the much larger timber shed 7.59 x 3.53 m) at the far end of the garden is need of substantial repair before it can be used.

The village of Corston is approximately two and a half miles from the centre of the ancient market town of Malmesbury, which has a busy High Street and offers a wide range of shops and services, including Waitrose, Co-op and Aldi supermarkets. The larger towns of Swindon, Chippenham and Cirencester are all easily accessible by road. Junction 17 of the M4 Motorway is about three miles to the south and main line rail services are available from Swindon, Chippenham and Kemble.