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£375,000

3 Bedroom End of Terrace House Sold STC

8 Park Mead Park Road, Malmesbury

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Key Features

  • Waterfront location
  • Sitting room with log burner
  • Chain Free
  • Garage and parking
  • Three bedrooms, two versatile attic rooms
  • South facing rear garden
  • Fitted kitchen and adjoining dining room

Description

Constructed in 1995, No. 8 Park Mead stands as a testament to spaciousness and impeccable upkeep. Strategically located within town limits, it boasts a charming vista that opens up to the serene river and the picturesque water meadows on the opposite side. In 1998 two versatile attic rooms were thoughtfully added, providing flexibility for a home office or various other purposes, and in 2005, the property underwent a rear extension. The dwelling is equipped with energy-efficient UPVC double-glazed windows, and the environmentally-conscious current owners have taken steps to enhance sustainability, such as the installation of solar panels and the recent replacement of the gas combination boiler just last year.

Upon entering through the front door, you'll step into a welcoming lobby adorned with convenient coat-hanging space. From there, a doorway ushers you into the inviting sitting room, featuring a captivating log-burning stove embraced by an appealing oak surround. To the left, you'll find complementary shelving nestled within a recess. The front-facing window unveils a delightful open vista. 

At the rear of the abode lies the well-appointed kitchen, equipped with a built-in electric double oven, an induction hob, and an overhead extractor. A brand-new water heater discreetly resides beneath the kitchen sink, harnessing solar panel energy to provide instantaneous hot water. The kitchen also offers a generous assortment of cabinets, along with plumbing for both a washing machine and a dishwasher. Ample space exists for an upright fridge/freezer, and an adjoining opening leads seamlessly into the adjacent dining room. Illuminated by three windows on two sides, the dining room exudes a bright and airy ambiance. A door within grants access to the covered storage area, thoughtfully designed to conceal a tumble dryer and a fantastic addition for storage. 

As you make your way to the first floor, you'll encounter a landing complete with a side window, a shelved cupboard, and an airing cupboard. Towards the rear of this level, the primary bedroom awaits, boasting fitted wardrobes along one wall. Positioned at the front is the second bedroom, offering the privilege of the enchanting open view, and adjacent is the family shower room. Bedroom three a comfortable single enjoys views of the rear garden. 

Heading up to the second floor, the landing is thoughtfully designed, featuring two built-in cupboards, eaves storage, and a Velux roof light. Both of the attic rooms on this level also feature Velux windows and additional eaves storage, enhancing their functionality and charm. The two rooms are the perfect home office or hobby rooms. 

Outside: The beautiful south-facing rear garden is fully enclosed and partially enclosed by walls, and offers a serene oasis. It boasts a lush lawn bordered by wooden edges, complete with a shed and a greenhouse, providing a delightful setting for outdoor pursuits and gardening enthusiasts alike.

To the front, you will find an enclosed and thoughtfully landscaped, featuring elegant stone walling and adorned shrub borders. A set of steps gracefully descends to a charming jetty that extends to the river. To the side, there is ample space designated for wheelie bins, and double doors grant access to the covered storage area run.

Location: Malmesbury is a charming and thriving town that is thought to be the oldest borough in the country dating back to the 11th Century. Malmesbury offers a wealth of buildings of architectural interest including its ancient Abbey, whilst also having a wide range of shops, a Waitrose, primary and secondary schools, and leisure facilities. There are public transport services and good road access to 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 (8.5 miles) link with London Paddington in around 1 hour 15 minutes.






Summary

Additional Information:

  • Council Tax: Band D