- Detached family home (1748 sq ft)
- 4 double bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms, both with separate showers
- Extended kitchen/breakfast room
- Sitting room with open fireplace
- Dining room
- Enclosed south-west facing garden
- Garage, driveway parking
4 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with showers - one en suite. Hall, sitting, dining room, extended kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom. Enclosed rear garden with a south westerly aspect.
Built in 1995, this family home is immaculately presented, and has been extended and refurbished throughout. The kitchen was enlarged in 2007 and the first floor in 2009. The windows have double glazed units and the Worcester gas fired boiler was installed in November 2021. The bathrooms have quality sanitary ware and tiled floors with electric under floor heating. The current owners have recarpeted and redecorated throughout.
The recessed front door leads into a half-panelled hall with cloakroom off. On the right is the sitting room, which has a Jetmaster open wood burning fire. Double doors at the rear lead to the dining room, which has sliding doors into the garden and a door to the lovely kitchen/breakfast room. This enjoys a dual aspect including double doors to the garden. There is a good range of units with wooden work surfaces, an integrated dishwasher and the Smeg range has an extractor over. There is a lobby off with an external door and also an internal door to the garage, which has a range of kitchen storage cupboards. On the first floor, the master bedroom has one wall of built-in wardrobes and an en suite bathroom with separate shower. Bedroom two also has extensive wardrobes and an over stair cupboard with the pressurised hot water cylinder. There are two further double bedrooms, plus a large and luxurious family bathroom, again with separate shower.
There is a tarmac driveway with parking for two cars, side-by-side, with a lawn and trees to the right, and gated access to the left hand side. At the rear is a large paved terrace, a lawn and raised flower bed. The garden is enclosed and enjoys a south-west aspect. At the side is a further paved area and garden shed. The garage has power and light and could be converted into further accommodation if required.
All mains connected. The Worcester gas boiler in the kitchen supplies central heating and hot water. Council Tax Band E - £2,798.46 payable for 2023/24. EPC rating Band D - 57.
The market town of Malmesbury sits on the highly desirable Gloucestershire/Wiltshire borders, just 12 miles from Cirencester, "the capital of the Cotswolds." Malmesbury is reputed to be England's oldest borough, dating from around 880 AD. It has a good selection of shops and a regular farmers' market, a library, museum, leisure centre with pool, two primary schools and a "High Performing Academy" secondary school. The 12th century Abbey and Abbey House Gardens together with the nearby Westonbirt Arboretum are significant tourist attractions. The Royal estates of Highgrove and Gatcombe Park are close by and the area is known for its country sports, excellent walking, cycling and water sports. The cosmopolitan city of Bath is 23 miles south-west. J17 of the M4 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 9XR
At the top of Malmesbury High Street bear left and continue past the Abbey to the Triangle. Here turn right and continue down Gloucester Road, over the roundabouts, and branch right onto Reeds Farm estate. Turn left into Webbs Way and take the 4th right into Lacemakers Road. Ron Golding Close is then the first on your right.