Crossways, Brinkworth

For Sale
£725,000 Guide Price

3 Bedrooms

Property Information

  • Address:
    4 Crossways,
    SN15 5DZ
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Features:
    Immaculately presented three bedroom detached house,
    Set in nearly a quarter of an acre.,
    Garage and large off-street parking area,
    Close to M4 J 16 and Intercity Rail Links

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Property Summary

An immaculately presented spacious three-bedroom contemporary home situated on a plot of nearly quarter of an acre at the end of a cul-de-sac in the North Wiltshire village of Brinkworth. The property includes: a large off-street parking area, single garage, well-tended lawn with shrub and flower borders, and a large terrace to the rear.

The original house, believed to have been built in the mid nineteen-seventies, has been greatly improved and extended by the current owner, resulting in a unique and spacious property; surrounded by an immaculately tended garden, with a paved terrace to the rear and a single garage with off-street parking for a number of vehicles at the front.
The ground floor comprises: hallway, study, inner hall, cloakroom, storage room, kitchen and an impressive living room with French doors opening onto the terrace. A passageway to the side of the house gives access to the garage, rear utility room and a separate shower room. The first floor comprises: landing, large bathroom, main bedroom with en-suite shower and two other double bedrooms. Both the ground floor and first floor are well equipped with cupboards/storage space.

To the front of the house is a large gravel-surfaced parking area and to the side and rear are the lawn and flower borders, bounded by dense, mature broadleaf hedging. Neatly hidden from view in the north west corner of the lawn are the garden sheds, storage and greenhouse. Directly to the rear an archway leads through a Clematis covered trellis onto a large paved area with flower borders and close-trimmed Box hedging features.

Claimed to be the longest village in England, Brinkworth has a primary school, parish church, public house and a village hall. A much wider variety of shops and services are available in the ancient market town of Malmesbury, about five miles to the west. The larger towns of Royal Wootton Bassett Swindon, Chippenham and Cirencester are all easily accessible by road. Junction 16 of the M4 Motorway is about five miles to the east and main line rail services are available from Swindon and Chippenham.