Lydiard Millicent

£475,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A lovely four bedroom detached bungalow on a corner plot in a quiet cul-de-sac in the heart of the popular village of Lydiard Millicent.

The light and airy, well-proportioned accommodation has a welcoming entrance hall with a large storage cupboard. The spacious sitting room has French doors leading on to a decked patio area and a large picture window to the front. Double doors open into the dining room with windows to the front and French doors leading out to the side garden. There is a door to the refitted cloakroom. The kitchen has a modern range of wall and base units with work surfaces over and integral appliances. There is also a conservatory which offers a place to sit and relax and look out at the garden. The master bedroom has fitted wardrobes and storage cupboards, a window to the front and French doors leading out on to decking. There are three further bedrooms. The main family bathroom, which has also been refitted, has a white suite with a bath and separate shower cubicle, wash hand basin set in a vanity unit and a WC.

Outside, a tarmac driveway provides ample parking. To the front, there is a lawned area with flower and shrub borders. A pedestrian side gate leads into the rear garden, which is enclosed and offers a good degree of privacy. Here there is a further lawn, a paved patio area and decking which offer a choice of places to sit and relax.

The large detached garage has power and light, an electric up-and-over door, a side door and window.

AMENITIES Lydiard Millicent is a beautiful village sitting midway between Swindon and Purton and is close to the lovely 260 acre Lydiard Park with its historic estate. The village is thriving with an excellent community spirit. It has a pre school, Church of England primary school, a church, a village hall, a garage, a pub and a garden centre.

Nearby Purton is a vibrant and conveniently located village, with a good range of shops and amenities.

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

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