A modern five-bedroom detached house with a gym and steam room is on the market in Shrivenham for just under £1.5million.
The stylish Faringdon Road property was built in 2004 and has been modernized by the current owners.
It is only a short walk from the private house to Shrivenham town centre.
Buyers of the £1.4million property can enjoy 3,900 square feet of accommodation and a private patio that leads to the lawned garden.
The four double bedrooms on the first floor all have fitted wardrobes.
The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room and the second bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with a hot tub.
The family bathroom is fitted in the same way as the master bedroom with a walk-in shower.
For artists, the kitchen is one of the best features of the house.
It has a breakfast bar, built-in wine fridge, two Miele ovens with a warming drawer and built-in fridge and freezer.
The kitchen opens onto the 18 foot dining room which has folding doors leading to the terrace.
The entrance hall serves most of the rooms on the ground floor, with a double return staircase leading to the first floor.
The living room has a fireplace with a log burner and two sets of patio doors which lead out to the patio and garden beyond.
A separate study has ample storage space.
In addition, the ground floor also offers a side porch that connects the kitchen, a downstairs cloakroom and a laundry room.
Electronic gates lead to the gravel driveway with ample parking.
The 19ft gym has two sets of folding doors opening onto the garden, as well as a steam room and separate shower stall.
A staircase provides access to a space above the garage which could be used as further accommodation in the house with the benefit of the shower room or which could be used as a studio or office.
The main garden is fully enclosed and mainly laid to lawn with a variety of trees and shrubs and a large patio area ideal for entertaining.
Shrivenham is one of the largest villages in the White Horse Valley.
The village is located about five miles north-east of Swindon and about five miles south-west of the market town of Faringdon.
The village is located just eight minutes from the M4 and A420 to Oxford and beyond.
The tree-lined main street is home to shops, restaurants, public houses, a doctor’s surgery, pharmacy, garage, village primary school, crèche and an impressive church, parts of which date back to the 11th century.