Restrop Road, Purton, Swindon, SN5


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Period house on village outskirts yet near to amenities, large extension providing well balanced accommodation.

A mature detached family home, with origins circa 1885 and enjoying a substantial two storey extension, that now provides a well-balanced and reconfigured home, with many attractive features.

The property is located towards the outskirts of the well-regarded, Wiltshire village of Purton, providing a good selection of everyday Village amenities and facilities and within easy reach of Primary and Secondary Schools.

The house is approached into an entrance hall, this leads to a sitting room, with three windows to the front and a brick fireplace, with a multi-fuel stove. There is a separate dining room, and this is open-plan into a kitchen extension, that provides a very pleasantly fitted kitchen and an open-plan sitting room area with bi-fold doors. The kitchen is well-fitted, there is an island unit, integrated dishwasher, two built-in ovens and a wine cooler, there is an adjacent utility room. A downstairs wet room with shower completes the ground floor accommodation.

At first floor level there are four double bedrooms and a family bathroom, that has a shower over the bath.

The property has good storage and some built-in wardrobes, benefit from gas central heating and UPVC double glazed windows.

To the front of the property is a paved shrubbed area and a side shared driveway leading to parking and a double detached garage. An enclosed rear garden has an extensive lawn, a blocked paved area with fencing that can be opened to extend the driveway and some useful large sheds.

Purton is a vibrant and conveniently located village with a good range of shops and amenities. Swindon, approximately six miles east of Purton, offers a continually expanding and improving shopping centre, together with a wide choice of leisure facilities including golf, ice skating, swimming, country and water parks.

A mainline station providing fast track access to London is in Swindon centre (Paddington 55 minutes). The M4 (Junction 16) is around six miles and the A419 is to the north east providing good access to both M4 Junction 15, Cirencester, the Cotswolds and M5. There is a good range of both private and state schooling within a twenty miles radius with one of the best secondary schools in the area, Bradon Forest School, nearby.

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