Pond Street. SN25 3JE
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Haydon Wick Farm House is an impressive, detached, Grade II listed property believed to date back to 1653. This 17th century house is nestled along a no through, quiet lane, yet within striking distance of the bustle of north Swindon and its excellent amenities and schooling. The house has been extended over the years and underwent a huge restoration in 1997, undertaken sympathetically by the current owner and beautifully celebrating its wealth of character features coupled with a modern twist for 21st century living. The spacious accommodation is arranged over three floors and briefly comprises four reception rooms, five bedrooms and two bathrooms. The reception hall boasts beautiful flagstones and divides the sitting room from the dining room, both boasting inglenook fireplaces fitted with wood burning stoves. The bespoke kitchen/breakfast room and provides an excellent range of units with granite work surfaces and inset Belfast sink together with integrated appliances to include full height fridge, freezer and a dishwasher. The kitchen leads on to a family room which is turn leads to the study. At the rear of the property is a useful boot/utility room which provides access to both the garden and the driveway. The ground floor is completed with a newly fitted shower room, there is also access to the cellar. A substantial oak staircase leads to the first floor and includes two double bedrooms in the original dwelling, the master of which enjoys a wealth of Hammonds fitted wardrobes and both with feature fireplaces. A dressing room open to a third bedroom in the extension is positioned within the extension to the rear of the property together with the family bathroom. The second floor offers two further, double bedrooms. Haydon Wick Farm House sits centrally within a third of an acre plot, double electric gates to the side lead to an extensive concrete driveway and on to detached, double garaging with light and power. The remainder of the gardens are currently, predominantly laid to astroturf, are zoned with natural boundaries and there is a paved sun terrace together with an extensive deck. Council Tax Band: G