£289,995

Moovahome offer this historical 4 bed, family home in the heart of Old Town, Swindon. Features include a modern, integrated kitchen, new combi boiler and basement storage. Street Parking available.

Bedrooms
4
Living Rooms
2
  • Elegant 4 bedroom family home
  • Historically recognised birth place of suffragette Edith New
  • Newly installed combi boiler
  • Arranged over 3 floors
  • Additional Basement Storage
  • Much improved Victorian home
  • Within short walking distance of good primary and secondary schools
  • 2 Bathrooms, Cloakroom, 3 Reception rooms
  • Large Kitchen with built in Smeg appliances
  • UPVC Double Glazing Throughout

We are delighted to offer for sale, an elegant and very well presented 4 bedroom family home with extended living area and a south facing garden. Located in the heart of Old Town, this much improved home, offers a lounge, dining room, separate family room, large galley kitchen with fitted Smeg appliances and WC/Utility to the ground floor.

From the family room at the rear of the house, is the south facing patio with raised beds and path to the rear gate providing pedestrian access from a private walkway.

To the first floor, is the master bedroom with en-suite, along with bedroom four. In between these two rooms is the family bathroom, this has a newly fitted suite complete with waterfall shower and Jack & Jill doors to connect bedroom 4.

The second floor has 2 further bedrooms, both with Dorma windows, additional storage and some additional loft space.

Accessed from the hallway on the ground floor are the stairs to the basement storage area.

The location of this property is perfect to access all of Old Town’s amenities and just a short walk down the hill into the Town Centre; Morrisons and Cinema complex. It is a 5 minute walk from King William Primary School, 15 minute walk from Lethbridge Primary School and similar distance to Commonweal Secondary School.

This particular house has a special place in Swindon’s history having been awarded a Swindon Heritage Blue Plaque in 2016, commemorating the birth place of militant suffragette ‘Edith New’. “Organised by the Swindon Heritage Magazine, the plaque is located on North Street where the icon of the votes for women movement was born in 1877. The former teacher is best-known for chaining herself to the railings of 10 Downing Street in January 1908 together with Olivia Smith, as a diversion so fellow suffragettes Flora Drummond and Mary Macarthur could sneak in.”