Savills | Sevenhampton, Swindon, SN6 7QA | Property for sale
3,390 sq ft(314.94 sq m)
Guide price £950,000

SevenhamptonSwindon, SN6 7QA

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in September 2021
  • Five bedrooms
  • Double garage
  • Garden
  • Studio/Games room

A substantial family home in a popular and well placed village

About this property

  • Buckthorn House was built in 1982 to an exacting standard with emphasis placed on the vendor's individual design. The property is constructed of Cotswold stone block to create a substantial and attractive detached family home. Internally the entrance hall gives direct access to most of the ground floor which gives the entire house a wonderful natural flow. The well laid out accommodation comprises, well fitted kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room, drawing room, dining room and a useful utility room. The five family bedrooms are generously proportioned and are complemented by two en suites and a family bathroom. The bedrooms all benefit further from being doubles and having excellent built in storage. There is also the added games room which provides the ideal entertaining space. This area could also make an excellent home office or granny annexe. The property is approached through gates with a tarmacked parking area fronting the double garage. The property is bordered by stone walls and mature trees with the rear garden laid to lawn. The house further benefits from a large and versatile double garage.

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A substantial family home in a well placed and popular village

Sebastian HipwoodProperty agent

Local information

  • Sevenhampton is an unspoilt and conveniently placed village situated on the edge of the Vale of the White Horse. Highworth is the nearest centre and provides a good range of every day needs, whilst most of the major stores are represented in Swindon. Swindon provides a fast and frequent rail service to London Paddington taking approximately 55 minutes and a regular service to Bristol Temple Meads and other major centres. Junction 15 of the M4 is within easy reach and provides excellent access to the motorway network to the east and west. About 3 miles away is the A419 (mainly dual carriageway) which links with the M5 at Gloucester.
  • Leisure facilities include the nearby Wrag Barn golf course, water sports at the Cotswold Water Park, racing at Newbury and Cheltenham, polo at Cirencester and walking along the ancient Ridgeway. Schools are also well catered for and include Pinewood, Prior Park, Dauntsey's and St. Hugh's all of which are within reach for day pupils.

Additional information

  • Swindon 7 miles, Cirencester 16 miles, M4 (J15) 7 miles, Swindon Station 6 miles
  • EPC Rating = C