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An individual detached modern family home with the added benefit of additional two storey extension that could either serve as a self-contained property, home office space or flexibility to enlarge the main house, providing additional rooms for family use. The property stands back off a quiet village lane, protected by a high Cotswold stone wall and has a lovely outlook to the front over adjoining farmland. Briefly the living space provides an inviting entrance hall with cloakroom, a dual aspect sitting room, dining room, study and kitchen with adjacent utility room and doors opening to a lovely conservatory with dual access on to the garden. From the sitting room access is provided to the additional accommodation that provides a further reception room, a ground floor en suite bedroom and kitchen. A staircase rises to a first floor, dual aspect bedroom and bathroom. Within the main house a staircase from the entrance hall with glass balustrades leads to a galleried landing, a master bedroom suite including a dressing room and bathroom, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Lower Village, Blunsdon is quietly situated at the base of Blunsdon Hill on the North fringe of Swindon. Blunsdon village includes a church, two pubs, primary school and a 4 Star hotel with leisure complex. There is a wide range of secondary schooling within the area with bus services, and also bus routes to Highworth, Cirencester, Fairford and North Swindon. There are good road and rail links with the M4 Motorway (Junction 15) approximately 6 miles away. Swindon town centre is approximately 6 miles and Cirencester 11 miles.
The house is approached to the front via a gated driveway which leads off a quiet village lane to a car parking and turning area in front of a Double Garage. An internal staircase provides access to a loft area with 2 velux windows. The front garden comprises an area of wild flower lawn with a shrub border and is enclosed by a Cotswold stone wall.
Further enclosed garden lie to the side and rear of the property which are a particularly attractive feature, comprising an expanse of wild flower lawn interspersed by a variety of trees, shrubs, bushes and wild flowers including cowslips. A wide terrace laid to stone chippings adjoins the rear of the house and a further open barn provides additional garden storage.
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