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Situated at Lower End, a small no-through lane on the edge of this popular and convenient Cotswold village is this detached Cotswold stone property which in recent years has been re-modelled to create a light and well-planned home with flexible living space arranged over two floors. Features include an oak staircase, doors and skirting boards, and under floor heating installed under all stone flooring. The galleried dining hall at the centre of the house immediately creates a great first impression and within the sitting room is a large Cotswold stone fireplace with fitted wood-burner, French windows and a large bay window overlooking the countryside beyond. The kitchen/breakfast room has been newly updated and well-equipped with a range of custom built hand painted wooden units having River Valley white granite worktops with a Villeroy and Boch double sink. There is an oil-fired Alpha stove, a built in Miele dishwasher, two drawer under counter fridge, AEG Microwave, Bosch hob, Miele oven and an Elica suspended cooker hood. Across the hall, a short passageway leads to the study, a fourth bedroom or further reception room, and a guest bedroom with a shower room en suite. In addition there is a cloakroom and utility room with access through to the garage. On the first floor, the light galleried landing gives access to two further bedrooms. The master bedroom has built in wardrobes and an attractively fitted bathroom, with a free-standing bath as well as a separate shower unit. The other bedroom also has an en suite bathroom, again with a free-standing slipper bath.
Daglingworth is on the edge of the Duntisbourne Valley - one of the prettiest and most unspoilt parts of the Cotswolds, characterised by lovely small villages of period houses and cottages. Cirencester (3 miles) has an excellent range of shops and services and Cheltenham is the main regional centre. Bath, Bristol, Swindon, Gloucester and Oxford are also within daily commuting distance. Kemble Station (London Paddington 75 minutes approx) is about 7 miles and the village is conveniently about a mile from the A417 for dual carriageway access to the M4 at Swindon.
The property is approached through a pillared entrance leading to a gravelled parking area at the front of the property with space for several cars and a single garage with internal access into the property. Along the side of the garage is a path round to a rear terrace which continues round into the main garden area, laid to lawn with views out across the countryside. To the side of the property is another small terrace providing a private seating area.
Kitchen Breakfast Room
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