- End of terrace home with potential to extend
- Large rear garden
- Driveway parking for two cars
- 2 large bedrooms
- Bathroom with shower
- Good sized sitting room with fireplace
- Kitchen/dining room
- Summerhouse and shed
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
2 double bedrooms, bathroom. Front and rear lobby's, good sized sitting room,
kitchen/dining room. Useful storage/potential utility room.
Off-road parking for two cars, generous rear garden.
NO ONWARD CHAIN
Built in the 1960's by the local authority, this mature end-of-terrace home benefits from excellent room sizes, a large south-east facing rear garden and driveway parking for two cars. Gas fired central heating is installed and there are UPVC double glazed windows. There is scope to extend the property to the side and/or rear, subject to obtaining the necessary consent.
Porch with wooden front door leading into a lobby with the staircase off. On the left is the large sitting room with a brick open fireplace. At the rear, the kitchen/dining room has been refitted and has a built-in electric oven, hob and and extractor hood. There is plumbing for a washing machine and space in the under-stair cupboard for an upright fridge/freezer. The rear lobby has a built-in storage cupboard and there is an external back door, with a canopy over, and an outside door to a useful storage area for a freezer and the like. On the first floor landing there is access to the loft. The larger bedroom at the front has an over-stair storage cupboard and ample space for wardrobes. There is another good double bedroom at the rear, with the airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder. The family bathroom has an electric shower over the bath.
The gated entrance provides off-road parking for two cars. There are borders and a lawned area with a concrete path to the right side. The neighbour has a pedestrian access across the front of the house and down the path to gain rear access to their garden. The rear garden extends to some 75 feet in length, is chiefly laid to lawn with bushes and an apple tree. There is a paved area at the far end with a summerhouse and shed.
All mains connected. The gas boiler is in the kitchen. Council tax band B - £1,780.84 payable for 2023/24. EPC rating band E - 48.
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 0DS
At the top of Malmesbury High Street bear left and continue past the Abbey to the Triangle. Here turn right onto Gloucester Road and at the roundabout turn left onto Park Road. Continue onto Old Alexander Road and turn left into Newnton Grove. The house is about 100 yards along on the left, denoted by our 'For Sale' board.