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Built by Redcliffe Homes around 20 years ago in an attractive development of just twenty properties, is this delightful four bedroom detached house that offers around 1800 square feet of well presented accommodation, outbuilding, parking, garden, and located within a highly sought after village near Cirencester. The living space is arranged over two floors comprising on the ground floor, a superb kitchen breakfast room which features a full complement of modern fitted units and granite worktops. Double patio doors open out to a paved terrace and rear garden. The triple aspect sitting room offers a stone surround, with gas inset fire, and double doors to the garden. A spacious entrance hall leads to a family / dining room, study and downstairs cloakroom. The first floor accommodation provides an impressive master bedroom with a range of fitted wardrobes and a modern ensuite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobes, and to conclude is a family bathroom.
South Cerney is a relatively large village about 3 miles to the South of Cirencester. It stands at the south-eastern rise of the Cotswold Hills with the River Churn running through it. Within the village there is a primary school, village hall, a parish church, various shops including two small supermarkets, chemist and several pubs. It is accessible to either Kemble or Swindon for the railway station to London (Paddington 58 minutes) and the M4 and M5 motorways. Close by is the Cotswold Water Park, which offers excellent water-based leisure facilities, including sailing, windsurfing etc. There are also nature reserves, walks, picnic sites and a number of bridleways.
To the front a low level stone wall with pedestrian gate opens to a gravelled area, suitable for potted plants, and the front door of the house. A shared gravelled driveway leads to the parking area and outbuilding. Formerly the double garage, the outbuilding provides a suitable space to work from home, or without too much expense could revert back to a double garage. The current owners regularly used this space as a home office. A side gate between the house and the outbuilding allows access to the rear garden which is manly laid to lawn, with a good sized patio. The garden offers good levels of privacy and is enclosed by a mixture of walling and timber fencing, and lined by mature and established shrubbery and a planted border.
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Family / Dining Room
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