The station may be gone, but Station Road in Purton is still steaming ahead with beautiful properties from a bygone age. Today’s beauty, is an early Victorian semi-detached family home set in gorgeous and abundant walled gardens.

The porch has the original tiled floor and leads onto a hallway with stairs to the first floor and two doors. To my right, is a pleasantly large kitchen/diner with the original fireplace and a very attractive pale cream fitted kitchen. At the end of the room, there’s a boot room and access to the garden.

Across the hallway, there’s a formal dining room with an original fireplace and lots of shelving, with access through to the sitting room. The long sitting room is proportioned to accommodate large comfy sofas arranged around a welcoming open fire. There is also another wall full of books adding to the cosy learned feel to the place. To the back of the house a second inner hallway gives access to a WC and a study overlooking the very beautiful back garden.

Heading outside, the garden has been lovingly tended with lots of mature trees and shrubs with zones to enjoy quiet shade, al fresco dining and space for playtime. A large deck with an awning offers shade and shelter, whatever the weather has to offer – it’s a retreat to suit all ages. The verdant garden leads onto gravelled hard standing with plenty of parking for multiple vehicles.

Upstairs, the family home has four double bedrooms, with the master benefitting from an en suite shower room. There is also a family bathroom with a bath. All in excellent decorative order.

This stunning family home is brought to market by Charles Harding of Royal Wootton Bassett at a guide price of £435,000. To find out more, or to arrange a viewing call 01793 674788 or visit