- Spacious detached family home (3061 sq ft)
- 5 double bedrooms
- 3 bath/shower rooms
- Kitchen/dining room
- 4 reception rooms
- Garden room
- West facing garden
- Detached double garage
- Ample driveway parking
- Easy access to M4, junction 17
almost midway between Swindon and Bristol.
5 double bedrooms, 3 bath/shower rooms - 2 en suite. Porch, generous hall, 4 good reception
rooms plus garden room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility and cloakroom. Double garage,
ample parking, west facing rear garden with summerhouse/home office.
Built in 2004 and in the same ownership from new, this well presented detached home has excellent family sized accommodation, with all of the rooms having generous proportions. The spacious hall and part galleried landing both add to a wonderful feeling of space. There is ample parking on the drive, further enhanced by a double garage. The well screened and private rear garden has a west facing aspect and features a bespoke summerhouse that would make an ideal home office, with fibre broadband available to the property.
Pillared porch and oak front door leading to the generous hall, with staircase off and cupboard beneath. First on the left is the study, an excellent vantage point for observing the driveway. Next door, accessed via double doors, is the large dual aspect sitting room with an open fireplace and double doors into the garden. Adjacent is the formal dining room, again approached by double doors from the hall, with double doors at the rear into a lovely garden room, taking full advantage of the rear garden. The family room/snug could equally be a playroom for those with younger children. The dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room has an island unit, granite work surfaces, a range cooker and all the usual built-in appliances. The under-mounted sink has a water softener beneath, while the adjacent utility room has space for two under counter appliances, the boiler and an external door. From the part galleried landing there is access to a large part boarded loft with ladder and light. The main bedroom is dual aspect and features a vaulted ceiling with exposed trusses and an en suite shower. The second bedroom is a very generous size, again dual aspect, with a large en suite shower with body jets. Bedrooms three and four are both generous doubles, and bedroom five is still a comfortable double and is the only bedroom without built-in wardrobes. The large family bathroom has a whirlpool bath and separate shower, plus a cupboard housing the pressurised hot water tank. All the bathrooms have Porcelanosa tiling.
Approached from Court gardens over a shared entrance with the neighbour, the large gravelled drive provides plentiful parking and there is a detached double garage with power and light. Adjacent is the 2500 litre oil tank and a tap for car washing, Gated access to the right leads to a path around the house to the rear patio adjoining the sitting room. To the far side is a gravelled area and a wooden garden shed. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with borders and a second decked seating area. The summerhouse/home office has power and light and is able to connect to the house wi-fi. There are various outside lights, external power points and second outside tap by the utility room for garden watering.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. The oil fired boiler is in the utility room. Council Tax Band G - £3,307.57 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. 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 6DF
From Malmesbury head south towards Chippenham on the A429. Shortly before M4 junction 17, turn right signposted to Stanton St Quintin. Enter the village and take the first left into Kington Lane and then the first right into Court Gardens. The entrance to the house is straight ahead of you between two bungalows.