Built in 1997, this is one of 53 individual properties on this exclusive no through road development enjoying views out onto landscaping. Made from reconstituted Cotswold stone with UPVC windows, this is a fabulous home in a highly sought-after Cirencester location.
The attractive covered porch with a quarry tiled floor and glazed panel to one side leads through into the welcoming entrance hall with a built-in cupboard, cloakroom and wooden flooring which continues through to the dining room located to the rear of the house.
The kitchen enjoys views out across the rear garden and has a tiled floor with built in white wall and base cabinets under a wooden counter top, to compliment the units is a centrally located island unit. Integral appliances include a fridge-freezer, dishwasher, oven with microwave cooker over and a four-ring gas hob. The kitchen has been opened up and flows into a conservatory to the rear of the house, which is currently used as a breakfast/informal dining room. French doors from here lead out into the garden.
From the kitchen a door leads to the utility room which continues with the tiled flooring and cabinets. The utility room has plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer. From the utility room there is access to the garden. From the central hallway glazed double doors lead through to the sitting room, a delightful double aspect room, which runs the full length of the house, with a Bath stone surround fireplace housing a real flame effect gas fire. French doors lead out onto the patio which is an idyllic space, perfect for al-fresco dining whilst enjoying the beautiful views across the garden. A study to the front of the house completes the accommodation on the ground floor. From the entrance hall stairs lead to the first floor centrally located landing. The master bedroom is a double aspect bedroom with built-in fitted wardrobes. There is an en suite wet room finished in a very modern and on trend finish. The second bedroom has built in, mirrored wardrobes and an en suite shower room. There are two further bedrooms and one comprises an extremely useful single built in wardrobe. The main bathroom has a bath, vanity unit with inset sink and low level wc, all in white with stone effect tiling surrounds.
Grounds and Gardens
To the front of the property there is a lawn, with mature shrubs and trees to the edges and the front of the house. The brick paviour drive in front of the garage provides parking for several cars and a path leads to the front door. The double garage has an electric up and over door and a personal door providing access to the back of the property. The rear garden has a southerly aspect and is a wonderful space comprising lawns, mature well stocked borders, trees and a gravel patio area across the full width of the house. There is also a raised border with fruit trees and plants and some raised vegetable beds. The garden enjoys a good degree of privacy being enclosed by a high timber fence and beyond the rear boundary are allotments.
The charming market town of Cirencester boasts extensive shopping facilities, restaurants and cafes. There are several highly regarded primary and secondary schools in the town, a beautiful Parish Church and numerous leisure facilities. Cirencester is ideally located for access to the M4 (18 miles) and M5 (15 miles) and for mainline rail services, Kemble provides direct access to London Paddington in 85 minutes (approx.)