**magnificent accommodation**grounds approaching an acre**secluded gardens**2056 sq ft**
Longacre is a magnificent village home located in a delightful setting on a level plot of 0.9 acre, amid secluded gardens with an abundance of fruit trees to include plum, cherry, pear and apple. A number of significant improvements and alterations have occurred in recent years to an exceptionally high standard which include a stunning oak framed porch, a hand painted solid wood Neptune kitchen with Aga and beautifully appointed bathrooms and shower rooms. The principal accommodation is arranged over the ground floor which flows around a reception hallway with a sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility/boot room and wet room. A door from the inner hall opens into a spacious master bedroom suite with a wet room and walk in wardrobe, a further double bedroom and en suite/family bathroom. There are two double bedrooms and a shower room on the first floor. A second staircase leads up from the kitchen to a bright and spacious double aspect room which is currently used as a study. Externally the large rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn and enjoys a high degree of privacy being screened by a variety of established trees. A driveway to the front provides ample parking and turning space with a single detached garage to the rear of the property.
Occupying a pleasant position in the heart of Brinkworth, the longest village in England. Local facilities include a primary school, nursery, church and a public house famous for its good food. Brinkworth lies four miles east of the historic market town of Malmesbury, which is reputed to be the oldest borough in the country. This thriving pretty market town offers a wealth of buildings of architectural interest including its ancient Abbey, whilst also having a wide range of shops, a Waitrose, award winning schools and leisure facilities. Early tributaries of The River Avon pass around the town with pretty walks and the countryside close at hand. There are public transport services and good road access to the larger towns of Cirencester, Chippenham, Swindon, Bath and Bristol whilst the M4 junction 17 is only five miles south. Trains from Chippenham (10 miles) and Kemble (5 miles) link with London Paddington within approximately 1 hour 15 minutes.
EPC Rating: D
Council Tax Band: E
Mains water, drainage, oil fired central heating