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A well presented and improved five bedroom detached house located within one of Cirencester’s most sought after locations. The property offers well proportioned living accommodation arranged over two floors with a larger than average double garage, gated drive and landscaped gardens. The ground floor accommodation comprises a fantastic triple aspect kitchen family room with adjacent utility room and acts as a great central ‘hub’ to the house, fitted with an extensive range of units, granite worktops, integrated appliances and a central island. The sitting room enjoys a front-to-back double aspect with a stone fireplace complete with a fitted gas fire and the dining room is an similarly spacious room. Double opening glazed doors lead out to the rear garden from each of these rooms and a cloakroom and study complete the ground floor space. To the first floor is a master bedroom fitted with a good range of fitted wardrobes and a spacious ensuite bathroom with separate shower enclosure. A second ensuite shower room is provided for the guest bedroom and there are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. In recent years the owners have also upgraded the orginal windows and doors which are now double glazed with uPVC surrounds.
Tall Trees is an exclusive small development built in 2006. Located off Baunton Lane, it is a particularly sought after road in Stratton, situated on the Northern side of Cirencester. Stratton has a village atmosphere, and a real sense of community yet is within easy walking distance of the town. It offers an Ofsted Outstanding Primary School, two pubs, a hotel, and a shop with post office. Cirencester itself is a lovely old market town dominated by the beautiful Parish Church and surrounded by some of the loveliest countryside in the Cotswolds often referred to as the "Capital of the Cotswolds". It has a comprehensive range of shops, as well as excellent schooling, health care and professional services. Communications are good with access to the M4 motorway via Swindon or the M5 via Stroud and Cheltenham/Gloucester. There are main line rail services from Kemble about 4 miles (Paddington 1 hour and 20 minutes).
A five-bar gate leads to a gravelled drive and provides access to the double garage. A paved pathway leads to the front of the house, enclosed by Cotswold stone walling. The rear garden is mostly laid to lawn with well stocked flower and shrub borders with an enclosed garden utility area to the rear of the garage and a paved terrace adjoins the rear of the house.
Kitchen Family Room
Ensuite Shower Room
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