- Detached family home in popular village
- Quiet cul-de-sac location
- Four bedrooms including master bedroom with en suite bathroom
- Family bathroom
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Sitting room with bay fronted window
- Utility room
- Dining room
- Enclosed private garden
Pop into Neston Farm shop for your artisan bread, cheese, and wine on your way home and enjoy entertaining or cooking up a feast in the kitchen/breakfast room. Built in the 1990's this well presented detached family home offers excellent family living space and is tucked away in a small, quiet cul-de-sac within the popular village of Atworth. As you enter into the hallway you are greeted by the light and airy sitting room to the left complete with a bay window, gas fire and doors leading into the dining room to the rear. Also to the rear is a modern kitchen-breakfast room with built in oven with gas hob, space for freestanding appliances and a separate utility/boot room. To complete the ground floor there is also a downstairs cloakroom and third reception room currently used as a study/playroom. On the first floor is a landing area with access to the loft, a family bathroom with white suite including bath and overhead shower, and four bedrooms. The bedrooms consist of one single room and three double rooms including the master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and built in wardrobes. Television aerial points and built in storage are present in three bedrooms. The house also benefits from double glazing throughout and gas central heating with an EPC rating C. Outside there is an enclosed and private rear garden with a patio area, level lawn and gated access to the side which leads around to the driveway and single garage.
Atworth is a highly sought after village with a real sense of community spirit and it is a great fit for people at all stages of life. It has an excellent range of local facilities which include a Church, village hall, an outstanding nursery, a favoured primary school, a recreation ground and tennis courts, Neston Park Farm Shop, Lowden Garden Centre, a petrol station, and the lovely and super friendly White Hart pub. The village and civil parish is located on the A365 and sits between Box and Melksham, making it easily accessible, either by car or by their regular bus service, to get to the neighbouring towns or cities like Chippenham, Bradford-on Avon, Bath, and Bristol.