- Victorian terrace
- Three reception rooms
- Bespoke kitchen
- Four bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- Cottage style gardens
A very special Victorian townhouse with beautifully presented accommodation over three floors. This wonderful family home has been restored sympathetically and provides a wealth of original features and much character throughout coupled with stylish and quality fittings. There are three reception rooms to the ground floor with kitchen and separate laundry room, three double bedrooms and family bathroom to the first floor and a fourth bedroom and en-suite bathroom to the second floor. Cottage style gardens with substantial shed and garage.
Elevated on a hilltop, it has an individual character, with views across Wiltshire countryside and is a most sought after residential location. It is one of the oldest parts of Swindon, existing from well before the Domesday book with architecture spanning centuries and yet currently undergoing a renaissance with quality refurbishments of listed buildings and new wealth from Swindon's successful economy. A choice of wine bars, restaurants and street cafes are a short walk, healthcare is met by locally by Old Town Surgery or, within two and a half miles, the new Great Western Hospital. Lawn Woods/Park and Town Gardens (with aviary, concert bowl, rose garden and cafe) provide peace and a relaxing environment. Banks varied specialist shops and a comprehensive supermarket complete Old Towns' self-contained character.
A stunning and impressive mid terrace family home which provides in excess 1750 sq ft of living space, is beautifully finished and located on what is regarded as one of Old Town's premier roads. This wonderful family house also benefits from a pretty cottage style garden, substantial shed and garage.
Upon entering the house you are greeted by a welcoming reception hall with original tiled flooring and leading to a double reception room with open bay and original sash windows, cast iron Victorian fireplace and Welsh slate hearth complimented with solid oak flooring. The ground floor also hosts a third reception room with feature fireplace, a laundry room, and a bespoke kitchen by John Lewis of Hungerford. Throughout this floor and the rest of the house you get a real sense of great character and a wealth of original features.
The first floor contains three double bedrooms which all benefit from exposed floor timbers; the principal bedroom and bedroom three both enjoy bay windows and original cast iron fireplaces with tiled hearths. The family bathroom has a traditional three piece white suite and is completed with handmade Marlborough tiling.
The second floor houses a further bedroom with en-suite comprising three piece white bathroom suite finished with Laura Ashley tiles.
A typical Victorian frontage enclosed by dwarf walling and hedging with small court yard garden.
The rear garden is charming, the current Vendor is clearly a keen gardener. Enclosed by mature hedging and divided in three sections with two seating areas, one immediately behind the property to enjoy the morning sun and the second towards the end of the garden taking advantage of later sun. In the middle is a central lawn surrounded by well stocked shrub borders and pergola. Substantial shed and garage.
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage. Gas central heating. Telephone lines subject to the usual transfer regulations. (No tests to the suitability of services have been carried out and intending purchasers should commission their own tests if required).
We believe from the vendor that 21 Goddard Avenue is a freehold property.
Swindon Borough Council
Euclid Street, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN1 2JH. Telephone: 01793 463000. Council tax band: E.
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