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High Street, Hannington Wick, Swindon, SN6

£575,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Bridge Cottage is an attractive semi-detached cottage built, we believe, in the late 1800s and constructed of natural Cotswold stone. The cottage is Grade II Listed and has been extended to the rear relatively recently to create just under 1,600 sq. ft. of accommodation, arranged over 3 floors. The sitting room is a particularly good sized room with a large open fireplace with bread oven and stone surround, and a beamed ceiling. The kitchen/dining room is another excellent sized room and incorporates a gas-fired Rayburn which supplies central heating, hot water and cooking facilities. On the 1st floor, are 3 bedrooms, a small study and family bathroom and above, is a charming double bedroom with a vaulted ceiling, painted beams and an en-suite shower room. A gravel drive leads off a quiet country lane to a car parking area in front of a former garage building. The garage is currently being used as an excellent studio/workshop, but could easily be converted back, if needs be. Between the garage and the house is an area of level lawn, flanked by a mature hedge and with shrub and flower borders. Immediately to the rear of the cottage is a courtyard area paved with York flagstones, and containing a red brick outhouse. Steps lead down from the front garden to 2 further areas of lawn, with gravelled pathways, an ornamental pond and a mature Weeping Willow. Alongside this area is a useful garden store/workshop.

Hannington 1½ miles, Highworth 3 miles, Fairford 4 miles, Swindon 7 miles (London, Paddington 55 minutes), M4 (J15) 10 miles, Cirencester 12 miles (All distances and times are approximate)

Bridge Cottage is located in the small rural hamlet of Hannington Wick, close to the Wiltshire/Gloucestershire border which runs along the nearby River Thames. Hannington is the closest village, where there is a Parish Church and a popular pub, The Jolly Tar. Fairford, Highworth and Lechlade have between them a number

of excellent local schools, shopping for everyday needs and a number of pubs and restaurants. The larger centres of Cirencester, Swindon and Oxford are all within daily commuting distance and all have a diverse range of shops, as well as theatres and other cultural activities.

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