- Mature 1932 semi
- Large rear garden
- Driveway parking
- 3 bedrooms
- Bathroom with shower
- 2 reception rooms
- Kitchen, WC
- Potential for loft conversion
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
3 bedrooms, refitted bathroom with shower. Hall, cloakroom, sitting room, dining room, kitchen.
Garage and driveway parking. Enclosed front and rear gardens.
NO ONWARD CHAIN
Built in 1932 by Malmesbury Rural District Council, this spacious semi-detached home has been much improved and extended over the years. It has a steep roof pitch with scope for an attic conversion if required, subject to obtaining the necessary consent. The large rear garden is further enhanced by a garage and driveway parking. UPVC windows are installed and a gas boiler supplies central heating and hot water.
There is a canopy porch over the front door which leads into a hall with the staircase off. On the left is the dual aspect sitting room with an open fireplace fitted with an electric 'coal-effect' fire. On the right is the dining room, with an opening leading through to the kitchen, which overlooks the rear garden. This has a range of wall and base cupboards and under-counter space for the fridge, cooker and washing machine. Off the rear hall is a useful storage cupboard, and the cloakroom which has a vanity basin and the gas boiler. On the first floor landing there is a window to rear with cupboards either side, one houses the hot water cylinder while the other has a hanging rail. There is also access to the large boarded loft space, thought suitable for conversion. The two larger double bedrooms at the front both have built-in wardrobes, while the third at the rear is a generous single. The bathroom has an electric shower over the bath and a vanity basin.
Twin gates at the side lead to a gravelled drive in front of the garage, which has two windows plus power and light. A further pedestrian gate leads from the road to the front door. There are gravelled areas either side with shrubs and the area is enclosed by a stone wall. Twin high wooden gates adjacent to the garage lead into the rear garden. There is a recessed porch on the rear with a useful block built shed with shelving, power and light. Steps lead down both sides to a patio area, and in turn the good sized rear garden which is laid to lawn with shrubs and a gravelled seating area at the far end, with a large wooden shed adjacent.
All mains connected. The gas boiler is in the cloakroom. Council Tax Band C - £1,935.99 payable for 2022/23. EPC rating E - 44.
Malmesbury lies close to the border of Wiltshire and Gloucestershire, 14 miles south of Cirencester and 10 miles north of Chippenham, with Swindon 16 miles to the east and Bath 24 miles to the west. It has a good selection of shops including a Waitrose supermarket, a regular farmers' market, a library, museum, leisure centre with pool, two primary schools and an Ofsted rated Outstanding secondary school. It is also home to the UK headquarters of Dyson, who employ over 3000 people. J17 of the M4, 5 miles south, provides access to the area's major employment centres and there are trains to Paddington in just over an hour from Chippenham, Kemble and Swindon.
Directions to SN16 0DE
Proceed to the top of Malmesbury High Street and bear left, continuing past the Abbey to the Triangle. Here turn left onto Bristol Street (B4040) and take the third right into Bremilham Road. Continue to the end of the road and turn right into Pool Gastons Road. The house is a short distance along on your left hand side, denoted by our 'For Sale' board.