Milbourne, Malmesbury: £355,000
Situated on a quiet lane within the village of Milbourne and yet within walking distance to Malmesbury, an individually designed and built modern detached bungalow with 3 bedrooms, gardens, garage and ample parking.
DESCRIPTION Situated on a quiet leafy lane, this individually designed and built detached bungalow is located on the rural outskirts of Malmesbury at Milbourne yet within walking distance of Malmesbury town centre itself. Built approximately 10 years ago, the property is constructed of red brick under a tiled roof and benefits from double glazing throughout and oil fired central heating through a combi boiler.
The well-presented accommodation extends in all to c.1,021 sq.ft. and the layout includes a pleasant sized entrance hall off which is a sizeable fitted kitchen/breakfast room which has built in appliances including a Stoves hob and built in oven, fridge, freezer and washing machine and ample room for a breakfast or dining table. A spacious 16ft living room also has room for a dining table if required whilst double French type doors open to the rear garden. The property also has three double bedrooms and a bathroom with jacuzzi bath and shower over.
The property sits in a private plot which includes a good sized driveway providing ample parking and access to a single garage with electric door with further parking/hardstanding to the side. To the rear is a pleasant sized enclosed garden laid mostly to lawn with shrub borders and patio area and fenced boundaries providing good privacy.
SITUATION The property is situated down a quiet lane within a rural position close to Milbourne which is located on the rural edge of the market town of Malmesbury with countryside walks on the doorstep yet within 20 minutes walk to the town centre. Malmesbury is an ancient hilltop town situated on the southern edge of The Cotswolds. Traditionally a market town serving the rural area of North West Wiltshire, the town is reputed to be the oldest borough in England created by Charter in 880 AD by Alfred the Great. Today, the High Street has numerous independent shops, pubs and restaurants including a new Waitrose store and a regular weekly Farmer’s market whilst the town has excellent choice of both primary and secondary schools and good recreational and leisure facilities. The M4 motorway (J17) to the south provides fast road access to the major employment centres of Bristol and Swindon together with London and the West Country. Main line rail services are available from Chippenham and Kemble (Paddington in about 75 minutes).