Happy Land, Ashton Keynes, Swindon, SN6

£350,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A 1930's three bedroom end of terrace home in need of updating, with the potential to extend subject the necessary regulations and planning permissions, and situated within the popular village of Ashton Keynes.

A 1930's three bedroom end of terrace home in need of updating, with the potential to extend subject the necessary regulations and planning permissions, and situated within the popular village of Ashton Keynes.

The accommodation is arranged over two floors with the ground floor comprising entrance hall, sitting room with bay window, kitchen, dining room and conservatory. The first floor provides the three bedrooms along with a bathroom.

Outside, off street parking is offered to the front with side access leading to a private southerly facing rear garden, measuring in excess of 200ft.

The property also benefits from being sold with no onward chain.

Ashton Keynes is an unspoilt Cotswold village with good local facilities including a shop, garage, very popular primary school, public house and church, and the nearby town of Cirencester is a renowned Cotswold market town offering excellent local shops and services. The Village Shop and Pub are owned and run by residents. The active Village Hall, as well as hosting many of the village social events and clubs, is also is home to the twice weekly travelling post house, rural cinema, and Nursery School.

As the first settlement on the River Thames Ashton Keynes enjoys a very active local community, an "outstanding" Primary School attended by many of the village children.

Ashton Keynes has its own Cricket, Tennis, Football and Badminton clubs, all with facilities within the village and is home to two choirs, an orchestra and a jazz club as well as many official and un-official groups from WI and wine clubs to investor clubs.

Ashton Keynes is in the heart of the Cotswold Water Park and close to lakes where you can sail, jet-ski, windsurf, canoe and fish. The Cotswold Water Park is made up of over 130 lakes and has become increasingly popular due to the large range of leisure activities on offer. The area has also become a renowned conservation area and several of the lakes are now Sites of Scientific Interest and large numbers of waterfowl breed and winter here.

The larger centres of Cheltenham, Swindon, Gloucester, Oxford and Bristol are also in daily commuting distance. By-passed by all major roads the village maintains excellent access being two miles from the A417/A419 dual carriageway to the M4/M5. There are mainline rail services to London, Paddington from Swindon (8 miles) or Kemble (4.5 miles).

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