The centrally located door and entrance hall provides access to the dining room, sitting room, kitchen/diner, family room and cloakroom as well as stairs to the first and second floors. There is a useful understairs cupboard off the hallway.
The sitting room is located to the front of the property with elevated views of the green open area. It is well proportioned and features a electric fire within a decorative wooden and cast iron mental with granite hearth.
Across the hallway there is a dining room again with open views to the front. This room could also be used as a second reception room if desired.
The hallway leads to the rear of the property and the real heart of the home. Here there is a contemporary open plan kitchen/diner with family room off creating a fantastic entertaining and socialising area with access through French doors to the beautifully landscaped garden. The kitchen features a range of wall and base units in a cream gloss finish, under a wood effect worktop with an inset 1 ½ bowl stainless steel sink and a useful pull out larder unit. Appliances include an integral Smeg double oven, dishwasher and of particular note in the impressive 5 ring gas hob. There is a breakfast bar at the end of the units separating the kitchen area from the dining area and the family room beyond. This whole room flows well into the different function areas and the wood effect flooring in the hallway continues throughout this area. Off the kitchen is a utility room with units that match the kitchen and space for a washer and dryer. There is a door out to the side of the property from which a path leads to the rear garden.
The downstairs cloakroom also features the wood effect
flooring and compromising a low level WC and pedestal sink.
The stairs lead up to the first floor landing which is served by a window to the front flooding the landing and the second flight of stairs with light.
The master suite is located on this floor and offers a large double room with an en suite bathroom comprising of a white suite with pedestal sink, low level WC plus a full sized bath and separate walk in shower cubicle. The room is partially tiled with contemporary limestone effect tiling.
Two further double bedrooms are found on this floor together with the family bathroom featuring a white suite comprising of a bath, pedestal sink, low level WC and décor as per the en suite.
The second flight of stairs heads to the accommodation within the roof space and Cotswold dormers to the front elevation and rooflights to the rear makes the two rooms and landing light and airy. The landing is generous in size and could accommodate storage units or a desk. There is a large double bedroom and presently, the smaller of the two rooms is used as a study, but could equally be used as a further bedroom, hobby room, or even together with the entire floor a teenager's suite. The floor is served by a good sized shower room with a white suite comprising of a pedestal sink, low level WC and shower cubicle. Although these rooms are within the roof space they are well laid out and provide spacious accommodation.
The front garden is partially laid to lawn and a path with steps leads up to the property which is elevated above the road. Mature herbaceous shrubs are planting either side of the door and along the frontage.
The rear garden is beautifully laid out and landscaped and fully enclosed by high Cotswold stone walls to either side and a close boarded fence to the rear. With access from the French doors the stone flagged patio area, with its semi-circle feature, forms an inviting outdoor entertaining space. Beyond this is a lawn area boarded by a variety of shrubs and trees and in the far corners are gravelled seating areas, one featuring a pergola.
A side gates leads to the double attached garage with up and over doors.
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 55 minutes (approx.).
Leave Cirencester from the Market Place along Dyer Street to the traffic lights and carry straight ahead. At roundabout go straight over, second exit, following Burford Road. At Lights turn right onto London Road until the mini roundabout and take first left into the Corinium Via development. Winstone Gardens is the first road on the left and the property can be found on the right hand side of the road just as the road bears left and denoted by a Humberts 'For Sale' board.