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Award-winning local developer Hills Homes showcases their level of building excellence through these exquisite detached family homes situated on a prestigious development and benefiting from south facing gardens.
The Cherhill offers a substantial level of light and spacious accommodation throughout. This commences with a large entrance hall incorporating a cloakroom and double doors lead through to the formal sitting room. Situated to the rear of the property, there is an open plan kitchen and dining area fitted with an extensive range of wall and floor mounted units, a breakfast bar and integrated appliances including a double oven, inset hob with extractor and a dishwasher. Units have been finished with stunning granite work tops. There is ample space for a good-sized dining table and French doors open to the patio area. The matching utility room provides further storage space and a glazed UPVC door to the side of the property. Completing the ground floor is the garden room which also boasts French doors that lead to the exterior.
On the first floor, the master bedroom benefits from built-in wardrobes and an en suite comprising a shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin. There are three further double bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes, and a family bathroom which comprises a panelled bath, separate shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin.
Outside, there is a block paved driveway leading to the integral double garage which is fitted with an electric up-and-over door and an internal door allowing access to the utility room. The south-facing garden is fully enclosed with timber fencing, laid with lawn and a patio seating area.
Watchfield has a charming village centre with a church, village hall and public house, and a small shopping centre with a public house and a restaurant near the roundabout with the A420. The Defence Academy of the United Kingdom provides post-graduate level education for UK and overseas military personnel. Many students and staff live in the village and play an active part in community life. The excellent village primary school has children from several different countries, which makes for an interesting learning environment.
Together, Watchfield and Shrivenham make one of the larger village areas within the Vale of the White Horse and are located to the north east of Swindon (circa 5 miles) and to the south west of the market town of Faringdon (circa 5 miles). A bypass built in 1984 ensures that the rural atmosphere of both villages is preserved. Shrivenham also has an extremely active community. There is a lovely tree-lined high street with shops, restaurants, public houses, a doctors' surgery, village primary school and an impressive church, parts of which date back to the 11th Century. There is also a golf course.
Both villages are ideally located for access to the M4 at Swindon and the A420 leading to Oxford and beyond.