Set on the edge of a small courtyard development in the hamlet of Purton Stoke which is on a no through lane. Purton Stoke has a popular public house and eatery within walking distance. Nearby Cricklade and Royal Wootton Bassett offer a wide range of amenities and facilities with the larger towns of Swindon and Cirencester both within easy reach. The property is also well placed with access to the A419 to the north and the M4 to the south. The property has been utilised by the vendors as a family home and private equestrian property. There is an excellent stable yard, adjoining paddock land and superb arena / manège as well as direct access to a bridleway leading to further lovely riding in the area.
Price Guide £850,000 Ref: JN6986
A spacious attached three bedroom residence with mains gas fired central heating and double glazing throughout. The accommodation with approx. room sizes is as follows; please refer to the floorplan for room layout
Entrance Hall with front door, stairs to first floor, radiator, part tiled, part timber flooring, understairs recess
Cloakroom with ladder towel rail, wash hand basin, WC, and extractor
Sitting Room 22’7 x 11’3 (about 6.8m x 3.4m) two full length windows to the side, front window, double doors to rear patio, timber flooring, radiator, stone fireplace with coal effect fire
Open Plan Kitchen / Dining Room 22’7 x 9’5 (about 6.8m x 2.8m) front window, tiled flooring, radiator, grey fitted kitchen units, space for American fridge / freezer, built-in Zanussi double oven, cupboards and drawers, integral dishwasher, concealed space for washing machine, five ring gas hob with extractor above, granite worksurfaces, cupboard with wall mounted gas combi boiler, opening into:
Orangery / Garden Room 12’7 x 10’4 (about 3.8m x 3.1m) windows and double doors to patio, tiled flooring
Landing window, radiator and airing cupboard
Bedroom 11’6 x 11’10 (about 3.5m x 3.6m) side window, built-in double wardrobe, radiator
Main Bedroom 16’3 x 9’6 (about 4.9m x 2.9m) window, radiator, two built-in double wardrobes, door to:
En Suite Shower Room window, shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC, heated towel rail, extractor
Family Bathroom window, bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, wash hand basin and WC, ladder towel rail
Bedroom 10’6 x 10’2 (about 3.2m x 3m) window overlooking land, radiator
Price Guide £850,000Ref: JN6986
OUTSIDE and OUTBUILDINGS
There are two access’ to the property, one to the house and one main vehicular access from the main road leading to the outbuildings and land.
The residence is approached through the courtyard development, passing under an archway which leads to a block of carports of which the property owns one. There is parking to the front of the house, and to the rear there is an enclosed garden with decked area, lawned gardens and Garden Building c. 19’5 x 9’5 (about 5.9m x 2.8m) currently utilised as a home office with air source air conditioning for heating. A gated access crosses over a slither of land owned by the Management Company, which gives access to the rear garden of the adjoining neighbour. This then leads into the land passing an orchard area with vegetable growing area and Greenhouse to one side, beyond which are the outbuildings and equestrian facilities.
EQUESTRIAN FACILITIES and LAND
There is a superb outdoor purpose built Arena / Manege c. 55m x 25m carpet fibre and sand surface which has been recently topped up and a decked observation area. Beyond the arena is a concrete hard standing with a Small Workshop.
Purpose Built Stable Yard comprising Six Loose Boxes including two foaling boxes and tack room plus central wash and storage area. The yard is well equipped and has light and power with electric sockets, etc. Beyond the stables there is a large yard / hardstanding providing parking, etc., and also a Monopitch Barn / Hay Store and Muck Heap.
The Land is divided into two main blocks with just over seven acres adjoining the outbuildings. The land comprises fairly level pasture in four main paddock areas currently sub-divided and enclosed by a mixture of post and rail fencing and hedging. We note there is a footpath crossing this area of land. Each of the four main blocks, we understand, have field troughs. There is a further block of just under five acres, accessed via a trackway at the top of the land via a small ford, divided into two paddock areas and utilised by the vendors for hay cropping, summer grazing, cantering and schooling. There is a gentle slope on the land. The top block of land is also crossed by a bridleway which we understand then gives access to further excellent outriding in the area. We are informed the land is under a Section 106 Agreement, tying it to the house until 2026.
IN ALL APPROX. 12 ACRES (About 4.8 Hectares)
Price Guide £850,000Ref: JN6986
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