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This stunning house forms the larger part of a Grade II listed former vicarage believed to date back to 1727 offering well-proportioned and elegant accommodation set over three floors. It has many period features such a wonderful Queen Anne sweeping staircase, period fireplaces and with many windows having large fully shuttered windows.
The rooms on the ground floor emanate from a central hallway; the kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a good range of cupboards. There is a family room with a large bay window to the front and an open fireplace and the separate dining room has a door to the garden. The sitting room is a fabulous light and spacious room with open fireplace and large windows overlooking the garden. A cellar and cloakroom complete the ground floor.
On the first floor there are three double bedrooms with much character. The master bedroom is charming with a wonderful outlook over the garden and has a fabulous ensuite bathroom with stand alone roll top bath and separate dressing area. There is a separate shower room and stairs to a second floor with a further bedroom and attic study room.
The house is set off a lane leading to the church on the edge of the village. Wroughton provides an extensive range of amenities including schooling at primary and secondary levels, doctors surgery, public houses and shopping facilities. The commercial centre of Swindon is about 2.2 miles to the north where there is a main line station to London Paddington (55 minutes) and Junction 15 of the M4 motorway is about 3 miles to the north /east providing easy access to London and the West country. The village nestles beneath the Marlborough Downs and Ridgeway National Trail and the surrounding countryside, including the beautiful historic Clouts Wood, contains many footpaths and bridleways making it ideal for walking, riding and other country pursuits.
The house has parking for two cars on a gravel drive to the front of the property with a small garden. To the back of the house there is a sunny patio area ideal for outside entertaining. The garden is south facing and mainly laid to lawn and is bordered by mature trees with an area of woodland and a listed font.
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