The Old School House, School Hill, Brinkworth

£350,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A CHARMING ATTACHED FORMER SCHOOL HOUSE WITH PERIOD FEATURES, FAR REACHING VIEWS & PRIVATE PARKING. Owners comment: We were immediately taken by the homely, solid feel of this character house and the opportunity to enjoy the numerous country walks in the surrounding area, with the friendly local pub always offering a warm welcome.

The Property

Dating from c1860, this charming period home adjoins the Village School. During the last 10 years the current owners have made numerous improvements and all bar one of the windows are stone mullion windows with UPVC double glazed units. There are attractive stone fireplace surrounds with Victorian grates in all three bedrooms, and a fireplace in the sitting room. Further features include stripped floor boards in the two reception rooms, high ceilings in the bedrooms 2.96m (9'9 ), together with stripped pine doors.

The Accommodation

The front door leads into the dining room which has a built-in bookcase beside the chimney breast. Staircase off to the first floor with a large recess under and an arched opening leads into the kitchen at the rear which has a range of units including an integrated dishwasher, an electric range cooker with extractor over and space for a large fridge. Double doors lead into the garden, tiled floor continuing into the cloak/utility room with space for two under counter appliances. To the left of the front door is the dual aspect sitting room, which is light and airy by virtue of south and east facing windows. The fireplace has brick detailing and a fitted log burning stove. On the first floor landing there is access to a split-level loft with power and light. Bedroom One is dual aspect with far reaching views and a built-in wardrobe with borrowed light over the stairs. Bedroom two also enjoys an open aspect and the third bedroom doubles as a study. The bathroom has a separate shower enclosure and a tiled floor.

The Accommodation

The front door leads into the dining room which has a built-in bookcase beside the chimney breast. Staircase off to the first floor with a large recess under and an arched opening leads into the kitchen at the rear which has a range of units including an integrated dishwasher, an electric range cooker with extractor over and space for a large fridge. Double doors lead into the garden, tiled floor continuing into the cloak/utility room with space for two under counter appliances. To the left of the front door is the dual aspect sitting room, which is light and airy by virtue of south and east facing windows. The fireplace has brick detailing and a fitted log burning stove. On the first floor landing there is access to a split-level loft with power and light. Bedroom One is dual aspect with far reaching views and a built-in wardrobe with borrowed light over the stairs. Bedroom two also enjoys an open aspect and the third bedroom doubles as a study. The bathroom has a separate shower enclosure and a tiled floor.

General

Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Council Tax Band D - £1,708.81 for 2018/19. EPC rating Band E - 39. Full report available on our website or paper copy on request.

Owner's comment

We were immediately taken by the homely, solid feel of this character house and the opportunity to enjoy the numerous country walks in the surrounding area, with the friendly local pub always offering a warm welcome.

Location

Brinkworth lies roughly midway between Malmesbury and Swindon, which has a mainline train service to London Paddington. Junctions 16 and 17 of the M4 are readily accessible and provide access to the major employment centres of Bristol, Bath and Swindon. The village has an active community and has a nursery school, primary school, an award winning public house, church and golf course. The thriving towns of Malmesbury and Royal Wootton Bassett are equidistant and easily accessible.

Directions to SN15 5AX

From Malmesbury head east towards Royal Wootton Bassett on the B4042. Continue into the village and on the bend, by The Three Crowns, turn right into School Hill. Continue down the hill and the parking bay for the property is on your left, immediately after the School.

While we take care to ensure the accuracy of our information the following points should be noted: All measurements and distances are approximate. No tests as to the condition or suitability of any services, fixtures or fittings have been carried out and intending purchasers must make their own enquiries. Fitted carpets, curtains and garden ornaments are excluded from the sale unless otherwise stated. Any plans and photographs are illustrative and do not imply such items are included in the sale. These particulars are issued on the understanding that all negotiations are conducted through Blount & Maslin. They are believed to be correct, but their accuracy is not guaranteed.

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