- Rural location
- Open views
- Generous mature surrounding gardens
- Spacious and flexible accommodation of 2222 sq ft
- Five bedrooms
- Two bath/shower rooms
- Three receptions
- Open bay garaging
- Driveway with ample parking
- Outbuildings / store
A handsome detached house dating from the 17th Century that now benefits from extended accommodation and enjoys this beautiful rural setting with far-reaching open views from its elevated position.
A fine feature of the property is the surrounding gardens of just under half an acre, mainly laid to lawn and bound by mature hedging providing a private aspect. This secluded environment is perfect for outside entertaining and for children's play. Additionally, there are several outbuildings/stores. The gated entrance leads in to the large gravel driveway providing ample parking with an open bay garage to the side.
The original period character of the property is very evident with the impressive pillared entrance porch that leads into a large hallway with high ceiling and staircase to the first floor.
The spacious accommodation totals 2222 sq ft and provides great flexibility throughout with three reception rooms and five bedrooms. To the ground floor the well-proportioned sitting room enjoys a dual aspect and has a feature bay window to the front and a red brick fireplace. A further reception room to the rear also enjoys a dual aspect and an open fire. The kitchen/diner has been opened via an archway into the adjoining room to create a large open plan living environment forming the focal point of this family home. The kitchen is fitted with a wide range of soft cream wall and base units and benefits from a cream oil fired Aga and has plumbing for a dishwasher. There is ample space in the centre of the room for a dining table and is completed with ceramic tiled flooring. The family room to the front is yet another well-proportioned, light room with a red brick fireplace in the corner.
Completing the ground floor is a useful utility/ laundry room with plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, separate cloakroom and rear lobby/boot room.
To the first floor, a generous master bedroom with dual aspect and en-suite shower room. Two further double bedrooms and two single bedrooms. The family bathroom provides a three-piece white suite with an electric shower over the bath, mosaic tiling, light wood effect lino flooring and also with useful storage cupboard.
Mains water and electricity are connected to the property with private drainage system and external oil fired Grant boiler providing the heating.
Braydon is a lovely rural hamlet, sparsely populated and mainly consisting of farms, located between Malmesbury and Swindon with Cirencester to the North and Royal Wootton Bassett (5 miles) to the South. Also nearby Purton (4 miles) provides all the day to day requirements and schooling.
Malmesbury c. 9 miles , Cirencester c. 13 miles, Swindon c.10 miles. Mainline railway stations at Swindon and Kemble (c. 12 miles).