- Family home 1534 sq ft
- Store & home office 241 sq ft
- 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- 31ft kitchen/dining/family room
- Large hall, cloak & utility room
- Sitting room with fireplace
- Enclosed garden
- Gas central heating
- Village primary school
- Easy M4 access
5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms - one en suite. Porch, large hall, sitting room,
fabulous 31ft kitchen/dining/family room, utility and cloakroom.
Enclosed gardens, garage/store, large home office/hobbies room.
This excellent family home has been extended and remodelled in recent years and now offers well-proportioned accommodation arranged over two floors. The current owners have created a fabulous kitchen/dining/family room, which is triple aspect, making it very light and airy. There is hard-wearing Karndean wood-effect flooring in the large hall and also the kitchen. The tandem double garage has been converted to a store room, and a large home office/hobbies room. A gas fired boiler supplies central heating and hot water, which is an unusual benefit in a village location.
The front door leads into a porch which has a cloakroom off. The large central hallway has stairs off to the first floor and plenty of built-in storage. The dual aspect sitting room has an open fireplace, at present fitted with Dimplex electric heater. The large triple aspect kitchen/dining/family room is very well equipped with Shaker style units with soft-close doors and an island. Built-in Neff appliances include a double oven/microwave, induction hob, extractor hood, fridge, freezer, wine fridge and dishwasher. Three meter wide bi-fold doors from the dining area open onto a paved terrace ideal for al-fresco dining. Leading off the kitchen is the useful utility room with under-counter space for the washing machine and an external door. On the half landing there is a tall stained glass window. From the main part-galleried landing, there is access to the airing cupboard and also the chiefly boarded loft, which has a ladder and light. The main bedroom features an en suite bathroom and there are four further bedrooms and a family bathroom, which has a vanity basin and further built-in cupboards.
There is off-road parking for up to three cars in front of the garage/store. The enclosed gardens enjoy an east-facing aspect and are predominately laid to lawn with two large paved terraces, one adjoining the sitting room and the other adjacent to the kitchen, which benefits from south and west sunshine.
All mains connected. The gas boiler supplies central heating and hot water. Council tax band E - £2,425.56 payable for 2022/23. EPC rating band D - 62.
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. The village hall a primary school, 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, Bristol and the west country to the west.
Directions to SN14 6EE
From Malmesbury head south towards Chippenham on the A429. Proceed through Corston and Lower Stanton, before turning right shortly before the motorway roundabout. Proceed through the village, past the school and church and the entrance to Bouverie Park is the far side of the village, on your right hand side.