The village of Liddington lies 4 miles to the east of the centre of Swindon and 11 miles to the north of Marlborough. Hungerford and Newbury are easily accessible to the east, as is Chippenham, Bath and Bristol. The village falls within the catchment area for the local primary school situated in Wanborough and Ridgeway Comprehensive School at Wroughton. There is good access to J15 M4 via the A419, 2 miles away, and the mainline railway station in Swindon provides regular and fast services to London Paddington with a journey time of 55 minutes, to be reduced with the electrification of the line.
Parsonage House is a delightful Grade II Listed family house dating from the late 17th Century and is arranged over three floors and offers 4442 sq ft of living space boasting many period features such as beamed ceilings, stone flagged floors, sash and leaded windows.
Porch, Entrance Hall, Dining Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Boiler Room, Cloakroom, Rear Entrance Hall/Boot Room, Reception Room and access to the Cellar.
Landing and Study area, Main Bedroom with an ensuite Shower Room, three Double Bedrooms, two Family Bathrooms, wc.
Fifth Double Bedroom with an ensuite Shower Room, two vaulted loft style rooms
A shared tarmac drive leads to the front of the house and on round to the ample cobbled parking area with a timber store shed and a studio/store building. A flagstone path leads through the cottage style front garden which is lawned and surrounded by mature shrubs. The main garden to the rear is bordered by mature trees, fencing and hedging giving a private feel. The garden is well stocked and gives a private and idyllic feel. There are two terrace areas for outside entertaining and at the far end a former swimming pool. The gardens extend to 0.7 of an acre and to the east there is a small paddock of 0.5 acres with a field shelter and a separate access.