Standing on a plot extending to 0.22 of an acre is this attractive Victorian house that offers around 2300 square feet of living space, far reaching views over neighbouring farmland, garage / outbuilding, a delightful mature garden, and situated on a no-through road within the popular village of Purton. The house has been extended in the past and provides a flexible floor layout which could be adapted to suit many requirements ranging from an annexe for relatives, Airbnb letting, office etc. The accommodation is arranged over three floors comprising on the ground floor a superb kitchen breakfast room which features a full complement of modern fitted units, granite worktops and lovely views. Next to the kitchen is a dining room with fireplace and open fire and stripped wood flooring, and a 22ft sitting room with windows on three elevations and cast iron surround with open fire. In addition to this is a shower room, study area, hallway and porch. The first floor living space comprises three double bedrooms, a spacious family bathroom and landing with built in storage. The lower ground floor provides a versatile floor layout comprising a bedroom, sitting room, family room, bathroom, and garden room, and as such could work perfectly as an annexe for a relative, or possibly a teenage den, or Airbnb or many other alternatives. This floor also benefits from having its own separate external doors out to the garden as well as direct access from the ground floor hallway. An oil fired central heating system is installed at the property and it is connected to mains water and drainage.
The village of Purton lies 12 miles to the south of Cirencester and 6 miles to the west of Swindon. Situated on an escarpment with far-reaching views to the north towards Cricklade and Cirencester, Purton has a good range of facilities and amenities such as an excellent primary and secondary school, a church, village hall, public houses and Purton House Organic Farm Shop. A wider range of facilities can be found at the market towns of Royal Wootton Bassett and Cricklade, both about 6 miles away. Mainline rail connections to London from Swindon take approximately 55 minutes and access to the M4 (J16) is about 5 miles away.
To the front is a parking area with gated access to the side garden and a driveway to the other side that leads to a tandem garage and to the rear garden. The garden offers excellent levels of privacy and features a spacious paved terrace suitable to place patio furniture and a good sized area of lawn. This lovely mature garden is lined by well stocked borders and established hedgerow.
5 Reception Rooms
Kitchen Breakfast Room