This three-bedroom mansion with 53 acres of woodland is on the market for £1.75 million.

The architectural design of this detached three-bed home combines natural light with high ceilings, wide door openings and dual-aspect floor-to-ceiling windows.

The living space is free-flowing and extends to a little under 2,000 sq.ft. arranged across two storeys.

This Is Wiltshire: The living spaceThe living space

Both principal ground floor rooms are located off a central entrance hall, and each has a connection to the outside space.

The kitchen provides ample space for dining and is fitted with a range of units including a large central island and.

This Is Wiltshire: The modern kitchenThe modern kitchen

The ground floor also includes a snug, or fourth bedroom with an adjacent shower room.

Located off the first-floor landing are a family bathroom and three bedrooms, one of which is ensuite.

This Is Wiltshire: One of three bedroomsOne of three bedrooms

The property occupies a position in this quiet hamlet with grounds extending to 53 acres with an extensive frontage on to the river Thames and Riparian fishing rights.

The land includes areas of gardens to the front and rear of the house, paddock land, and extensive areas of woodland, planted with a range of mature specimen trees throughout.

The property also includes from a range of outbuildings including a pole barn, carport, workshop and timber garage.

This Is Wiltshire: The property includes 53 acres of landThe property includes 53 acres of land

Hannington Wick is a small hamlet located on the Wiltshire borders between Hannington and Kempsford, both popular villages with pubs.

Most everyday services and amenities are available at nearby Highworth (4 miles), and the nearby market towns of Cirencester and Swindon have a comprehensive array of leisure amenities and day-to-day shopping.

The area is noted for both its private and state schools and communications are good, with Swindon train station serving London Paddington in 55 minutes and road links to the A419, the M4 (J15), Cheltenham, Gloucester and the M5 (J11A).

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