Sevenhampton, Highworth, Swindon, SN6

£600,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
OPPORTUNITY to add your touch to this detached village home situated in an ELEVATED POSITION with LOVELY VIEWS located conveniently for Swindon.

A detached village home situated in an elevated position with lovely views and the opportunity to add value. Situated in a conservation area, the property offers spacious accommodation and ample parking.

The ground floor has a superb sitting room with large open fireplace fitted with a wood burning stove and bi-fold doors onto the garden. There is a spacious dining room, a study/ground floor bedroom with adjacent cloak/shower room. A kitchen/breakfast room and utility completes this floor.

Upstairs are four double bedrooms including a master bedroom with built-in wardrobes and en-suite bathroom. There is a family bathroom and a walk in storeage room which could be adapted to provide a further bedroom or study.

Outside the property has a long driveway opening out at the rear providing off road parking for many vehicles and leading to a detached double garage with room over. Attached to the side of the garage is a upvc double glazed conservatory which houses a Swimspa swimming pool and a hot tub (not currently working). The driveway also provides space for a caravan or trailer.

To the front of the property is a private garden, fully enclosed, part walled, and elevated providing lovely views. This is laid to lawn with a patio and flower borders.

The property has all mains services connected and benefits from solar panels with a feed in tarrif from British Gas of c £700 per annum tax free.

Sevenhampton is a small village between Shrivenham and Highworth. Nearby are Wrag Barn Golf Course and Roves Farm Visitor Centre, a family-run farm park, offering lots of hands-on farmyard fun including tractor-trailer rides, animal feeding and handling and large indoor and outdoor play areas. They also run special themed events during all school holidays.

The village is also the burial site of James Bond author Ian Fleming, whose grave is marked by an obelisk in the churchyard. Also buried with him are his son Caspar and his widow Anne.

Highworth, about six miles north-east of Swindon town centre, is within easy reach of all main roads and Junction 15 of the M4. The centre of the town offers a range of local independent and some better known stores, including the especially charming Bloomfields Delicatessen, and there is a market on Saturdays. There is a primary school, secondary school, doctors' surgery, a dentist and a leisure centre.

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