About this property
**IMMACULATELY PRESENTED**PRIVATE SETTING**LONG DRIVEWAY PLUS DOUBLE GARAGE**LANDSCAPED SOUTH FACING GARDENS**
A rare opportunity to purchase a beautifully presented four bedroom detached family home located in a private setting on this sought after development close to the town. The current owners purchased the property from new however have made a number of significant and tasteful upgrades to a particularly high specification over recent years. The well proportioned interior is arranged over two floors comprising an entrance porch opening to a hallway with cloakroom, a sitting room with double doors leading into the dining room and an open plan kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a comprehensive range of wall and base units. The first floor boasts a master bedroom with en suite shower room, three further generous bedrooms and a family bathroom. Externally the delightful gardens enjoy a sunny south facing aspect as well as a high degree of privacy. A large Indian Sandstone patio extends to the rear and both sides opening to a lawned garden stocked with an abundance of plants and shrubs including an established wisteria. A long driveway to the front approaches an integral double garage with ample parking for five/six cars. Viewing recommended.
Located on a secluded plot in a desirable position on sought after Reeds Farm allowing easy access to the town and all local amenities. The hilltop town of Malmesbury is officially recognised as England's oldest borough. Situated on the edge of the Cotswolds, surrounded by two branches of the River Avon, it boasts buildings of golden Cotswold stone and beautiful river walks. Famous for its ancient Abbey and elaborate 15th century Market Cross, the town may well have history round every corner but is also bursting with life, enjoying excellent independent shops, a Waitrose, charming cosy pubs, friendly cafes, regular farmers' markets and a busy local events schedule. The establishment of the Dyson design and development headquarters on the edge of the town means that Malmesbury is now a centre for technical innovation, allowing the town to truly describe itself as both ancient and modern. Malmesbury is five miles north of the M4 (Junction 17) so within easy commuting distance of Bristol, Bath and Swindon. London is approximately 1½ hours away by car or train.
EPC Rating: D
Council Tax Band : E
Mains water, gas and electricity
Old Bear House53 High Street Malmesbury Wiltshire SN16 9AG