- Semi-detached house
- Three great sized bedrooms
- Ground floor WC
- A well-appointed kitchen
- Spacious living room with French doors to rear
- En suite shower room to the master bedroom
- Modern family bathroom
- Single garage with parking in front
- Enclosed rear garden
- Village location
Springwell School (0.2mi.)
Thornhill Primary School (0.3mi.)
The Serendipity School (0.4mi.)
This modern semi-detached house is in superb condition throughout and further benefits from a very good-sized garden and a garage with parking in front.
The accommodation comprises an entrance hall with stairs rising to the first-floor landing and a ground floor WC. Leading off the entrance hall is a beautiful and well-appointed kitchen with a stainless-steel sink unit, and a window to the front. To the rear of the property, there is a large lounge/ diner with a cupboard and French doors on to the rear garden.
On the first floor, leading off the spacious landing, there are three good-sized bedrooms. The master bedroom further benefits from an en suite shower room. A smart family bathroom completes the internal accommodation.
Outside, to the rear, there is a large enclosed garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a patio and gated access to front. To the side of the property, there is a single garage with off-road parking in front.
AMENITIES Watchfield has a charming village centre with a church, village hall and public house, and a small shopping centre with a public house and a restaurant near the roundabout with the A420. The Defence Academy of the United Kingdom provides post-graduate level education for UK and overseas military personnel. Many students and staff live in the village and play an active part in community life. The excellent village primary school has children from several different countries, which makes for an interesting learning environment.
Together, Watchfield and Shrivenham make one of the larger village areas within the Vale of the White Horse and are located to the north east of Swindon (circa 5 miles) and to the south west of the market town of Faringdon (circa 5 miles). A bypass built in 1984 ensures that the rural atmosphere of both villages is preserved. Shrivenham also has an extremely active community. There is a lovely tree-lined high street with shops, restaurants, public houses, a doctors' surgery, village primary school and an impressive church, parts of which date back to the 11th Century. There is also a golf course.
Both villages are ideally located for access to the M4 at Swindon and the A420 leading to Oxford and beyond. There is a frequent bus service from Swindon to Oxford and back.
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