- Deceptively spacious 1391 sq ft
- Popular village location
- Easy access to M4 junction 17
- Gardens front and rear
- 3 or 4 bedrooms, lge bathroom
- 2 receptions rooms
- Kitchen and conservatory
- Driveway parking
- Pleasant rear garden
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
and Chippenham with easy access to M4 junction 17.
3/4 bedrooms, bathroom and cloakroom. Hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen,
conservatory. Gardens to front and rear, driveway parking.
NO ONWARD CHAIN
This end of terrace cottage was built in the 1930's and benefits from excellent natural light from larger than normal windows, which are mainly UPVC double glazed. In a Victorian style, with high ceilings and stripped pine internal doors, the deceptive accommodation is arranged over three floors, with gardens to front and rear. Oil fired central heating is installed, with the boiler located externally.
Canopy porch and UPVC front door leading into the reception hall. Stairs lead off to the first floor with a large under-stair recess. On the right is the dual aspect sitting room with a brick fireplace that is fitted with a log burning stove. The wood flooring from the hall continues into the dining room which has a corner fireplace. A UPVC door leads to an aluminium framed lean-to conservatory at the rear with a tiled floor, and an opening leads off to the kitchen. This has a stable door to garden, a slate floor, and a range of wall and base units that includes a larder cupboard. There is an electric oven and hob, while the fridge and freezer are integrated, and there is under-counter space for the washing machine and dishwasher. There are two windows on the first floor landing and scope for a study area. A door and stairs lead off to the second floor. The main bedroom is at the front and has a built-in wardrobe. The second bedroom at the rear has the airing cupboard with the hot water cylinder and hanging space. The large family bathroom has a separate shower enclosure. On the second floor are two further attic rooms with sloping ceilings and roof lights, together with a cloakroom.
A gate and pedestrian path lead to the front door. there is a lawn on one side and a deep border to the other. The vehicular entrance has a 5 bar gate and leads to a gravelled parking and turning area. Please note the neighbour has a right-of way over the drive to the side, to access their garage at the rear of No. 52. The rear garden is enclosed and has a paved terrace, lawn, pergola and a large garden shed. There is a gate onto the side drive where the boiler is located, and the oil tank is at the far end of the drive.
Mains water elctricity and drainage are connected. External oil boiler for central heating and hot water. Council Tax Band E - £2,425.56 payable for 2022/23. EPC rating E - 45.
Stanton St Quintin lies midway between Malmesbury and Chippenham, which both cater for everyday shopping requirements, with the latter having a train service to Paddington in 1hr 15mins. Facilities include a village hall a primary school, Norman church, and Stanton Manor Hotel, which is open to non-residents. There is easy access to junction 17 of the M4 providing good road access to Swindon, Reading and London to the east, and Bath and Bristol to the west.
Directions to SN14 6DQ
From Malmesbury head south towards Chippenham on the A429. Shortly before M4 junction 17, turn right signposted to Stanton St Quintin. Proceed through the village and just after the Church on your left, the cottage will be found on your right hand side, denoted by our 'For Sale' board.