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365.48 sq m
Guide price £925,000(€1,048,648)

Purton StokeSwindon, SN5 4JG


    Key features

    • Popular village location
    • Traditional farmhouse
    • Walled Garden
    • Two bedroom annexe
    • Ample entertaining space

    Grade II listed family home with annexe

    About this property

    • Manor Farm is a large Grade II listed family home which benefits from being in the popular hamlet of Purton Stoke. The house offers ample living space with three reception rooms and a large family kitchen. Additionally there are four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a study/dressing area on the top floor. The house has high ceilings and period features throughout. additionally the property is further enhanced by a spacious and light two bedroom annexe which could work as an ideal granny or nanny annexe.

      Externally there is a double garage, stone workshop, log store and a large walled garden which has a range of lawned areas and formal borders. There is also parking for a number of cars.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    A well proportioned family home with the added benefit of a two bedroomed annexe

    Sebastian HipwoodProperty agent

    Local information

    • Purton Stoke is situated around 2 miles south of the village of Cricklade. The hamlet does have its own pub and a thriving social community. The Saxon town of Cricklade is situated on the northern edge of Wiltshire with the Thames Path National Trail passing through the town. Surrounding countryside makes it an ideal location for walking, cycling and horse riding whilst its bustling High Street offers a wide selection of amenities including a post office, dentist, doctors' surgeries, chemist, two churches, two public houses and Cricklade House Hotel & Country Club. A comprehensive range of shops and services can be found in nearby Cirencester, Swindon or Marlborough, all of which have large supermarkets including Waitrose. Well regarded local state primary and secondary schools are readily available and rivate sector schools include Marlborough College, Cheltenham College, Beaudesert Park, Hatherop Castle, Pinewood, Prior Park (Prep and Pre-Prep in Cricklade), St Mary's Calne and Westonbirt. Sporting and leisure activities in the area include racing at Cheltenham and Newbury, polo at Cirencester Park, hunting with the VWH and eventing at Gatcombe. The nearby Cotswold Water Park has outstanding sporting facilities for all ages including water skiing, cable wakeboarding, sailing, clay pigeon shooting, wildlife walks and angling. The town is well placed for easy access to the A419/A417 providing access to Swindon and the M4 to the south and Gloucester and the M5 to the north, whilst Swindon and Kemble rain stations offer direct and regular services to London Paddington in 55 and 85 minutes respectively.

    Additional information

    • Cricklade 2 miles, Swindon Station 8 miles, Cirencester 10 miles
    • Directions: From Cirencester take the A419 towards Junction 15 of the M4. After approximately 7 miles take the Cricklade turning and proceed into the centre of the town. At the T junction turn left onto to B4040. Take the first exit at the roundabout onto the B4553 and continue for approximately 2 miles, and then turn right into Purton Stoke, pass the pub and continue into the hamlet where the property will be seen on the right hand side.
    • EPC Exempt