4 Roman Way, Swindon SN6 8FA, UK

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Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Receptions: 1

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Last Sold: FEB 2017

Price: £300000


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Agents think: £350,000  1 agent(s) valuations found

HPI banks think: £338,782


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2021-09-11 23:27, User_1

Perry Bishop - Faringdon & Swindon Agent Valuation of this property is £350,000

Description:

This superbly presented modern detached three bedroom house is situated on the edge of this popular area of Shrivenham. The property is arranged over two floors and is excellent condition throughout.

The accommodation includes a good-sized entrance hall, with stairs rising to the first-floor landing and a modern downstairs cloakroom. To the right of the hallway, is the spacious triple-aspect living room, with the stylish modern kitchen/dining room situated to the rear of the property, fitted with a range of units, integrated oven, integrated hob with extractor fan over, integrated fridge/freezer and French doors on to the rear garden.

On the first floor, leading from the good-sized landing, there are three generous double bedrooms, with the principal bedroom having the benefit of an en suite shower room. The main family bathroom offers a modern suite comprising a bath, low level WC and hand wash basin.

Outside, the property has a low maintenance rear garden which is partly laid to lawn with a patio area, shrub borders, two large wooden sheds, and gated side access to the carport and driveway, situated to the rear of the property.<br /><br />Shrivenham is one of the larger villages within the Vale of the White Horse and without question one of the most desirable in the area. The village is located circa 5 miles to the north east of Swindon and circa 5 miles to the south west of the market town of Faringdon. The village is ideally located for access to the M4 (8 minutes away) and the A420 leading to Oxford and beyond.

The village itself has an extremely active community and a bypass built in 1984 ensures that Shrivenham's rural atmosphere is preserved. There is a lovely tree lined high street with shops, restaurants, public houses, a doctors' surgery, chemist, garage (for servicing and MoTs) village primary school, nursery and impressive Church, which has parts dating back to the 11th Century.

There is a frequent bus service through the village from Swindon to Oxford and back, linking to rail services and airports.

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