The property has a bright, spacious entrance hall with stairs leading up to the first floor and an extremely useful under stairs storage cupboard. The kitchen has a tiled floor and a good range of wooden wall and floor cabinets. Integral appliances comprise a Neff double electric oven with ceramic hob, dishwasher and microwave with combi oven. A door from the kitchen leads out into the rear garden. The utility room is adjacent to the kitchen and has wall and floor cabinets, an inset stainless steel sink and space and plumbing for a washing machine and fridge/freezer.
The welcoming double aspect sitting room is a light and airy room. An attractive stone surround fireplace with a wood burning stove inset makes a real focal point of the room. To one end of the room sliding doors lead out onto the rear garden patio which is the ideal spot to sit and enjoy views across the pretty, enclosed garden.
The dining room is ideally situated between the kitchen and sitting room. The third reception room at the front of the property is used by the current owner as a study, but would also work very well as a snug. A downstairs cloakroom completes the accommodation on the ground floor.
Upstairs the master bedroom benefits from two separate built-in wardrobes and has an en suite bathroom comprising a bath with a tile surround and overhead shower, wash hand basin and low level WC. The room is a good size and there is space to add a separate shower cubicle, if required.
There are three further double bedrooms and one has a single built in wardrobe. The family bathroom comprises a bath with overhead shower, wash hand basin and low level WC. On the landing there is an airing cupboard and access to the loft space.
GROUNDS AND GARDENS
The house is set back from the road and is approached via a gravel driveway which sweeps in front of the property, allowing space for several vehicles and continues to one side leading to the double garage which has power and light. There is potential to convert the garage into further accommodation (subject to planning).
The enclosed rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn with stepping stones weaving their way across the lawn. There are established borders and a feature pond. The patio area provides the perfect spot for outdoor entertaining whilst enjoying views across the garden.
Quenington is a quintessential Cotswold village with a prominent triangular Green and the well attended parish church of St. Swithin's, dating back to 1193. Neighbouring villages include Hatherop and Coln St. Aldwyns. These three villages have strong ties and between them provide post office stores, a village inn and public house. Fairford is just over 2.5 miles away and has a good range of everyday shopping facilities, as well as numerous local societies and clubs.
Schooling in the area is excellent with a good choice of primary schools in the neighbouring towns and villages and the highly regarded Farmor's Secondary school in Fairford.
The larger centres of Cirencester, Cheltenham, Oxford and Swindon are all within easy driving distance providing a broader range of shopping, recreational and cultural facilities.
Cirencester is around nine miles away, and Swindon railway station seventeen miles away with journeys to London Paddington taking approximately fifty-five minutes. Junction 15 of the M4 and the M5, junction 11a are both easily accessible.
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"Set in a quintessential Cotswold village this house is ideal for families, with excellent schooling in the area."