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An excellent family home occupying a delightful and convenient location within the picturesque village of Baunton. Built in 1997 of Cotswold stone this detached house enjoys delightful southerly rural views over paddock land to the rear. The current owners have improved and extended the property which provides excellent family accommodation with light and spacious rooms. The living space now provides a entrance porch which opens to a welcoming reception hall with cloakroom and natural stone flooring continuing throughout the ground floor of the property, excluding the sitting, dining room and study. The sitting room enjoys a dual aspect with a stone fireplace providing an open fire facility and gas point, and enjoys views over the rear garden. The dining room is of good size and there is a separate study which benefits from a comprehensive range of fitted units. The kitchen breakfast room has been both reconfigured and refitted with an extensive range of base units with granite worktops, wall cupboards, a fitted central workstation and a range of integrated appliances. Double doors open to the conservatory and there is an adjacent utility room providing outside access. To the first floor there are 5 bedrooms including a spacious en suite master bedroom, a guest suite with shower room and 3 further bedrooms. Wardrobes are fitted to 4 of the 5 bedrooms, with bedroom 5 currently being used as a hobby room. Both the master ensuite suite and family bathroom have been refitted.
Baunton is a pretty Cotswold village nestling deep in the Churn Valley, just north of Cirencester which provides an excellent range of shops and services. Running alongside the River Churn, the village offers a blend of both period and modern properties, firmly sitting within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village also enjoys a small Norman church, St Mary Magdalene. The main centres for the region, Cheltenham, Oxford, Bath and Bristol are all in easy access as is Kemble Station which provides routes into London Paddington. The area is noted for both its schools and colleges.
The property is approached through a timber five bar gate leading to a large parking and turning area to the front of the house. Adjoining this is a good sized double garage with workshop area to one side. The garden lies mainly to the south of the house and includes a paved terrace, beyond which are lawns with mixed borders. Beyond is a post and rail fenced paddock. In all the whole plot extends to 0.53 acres (0.21ha)
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