The property is entered via a porch on the side of the house into an L shaped entrance hallway, from which the ground floor accommodation can be accessed. The sitting room enjoys a dual aspect with a feature bay window and views over the private front garden. The focal point of the room is the stone fireplace with wood burner. The second reception room overlooks the rear garden and is currently used as a dining room. Also to the rear is the spacious kitchen/breakfast room with a range of wall and base cabinets in a shaker style under a grey stone effect worktop with complimentary wall tiles. Integral features include a ceramic hob, double oven and space for a freestanding dishwasher. An external door to the side leads to the rear garden and off the kitchen is a shower-room.
Both the kitchen and the dining room have exposed wooden floorboards and the sitting room has parquet flooring.
On the ground floor is a double bedroom overlooking the front garden with built in wardrobes. A further room can double as study or bedroom 4. To complete the ground floor accommodation is a handy utility room, with external access to the side of the house. The ground floor layout lends itself to being re-configured if necessary.
A spiral staircase leads to the first floor accommodation where there are two further double bedrooms, one with an en suite bathroom.
The front garden is enclosed by a Cotswold stone wall with a double gate to a driveway providing parking for several vehicles. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with substantial mature planting along the boundaries. The rear garden is equally as well screened with planting and there is a garage with rear workshop.
Southrop is a delightful village in The Cotswolds AONB and has local amenities including an award winning public house and restaurant, community shop and post office, village hall and St. Peter s church. Fairford and Lechlade have 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. The choice of local state and independent secondary schools is excellent. Trains Swindon reach London in under 80 minutes. The M4 (J15 & J17) is within easy reach, as are Swindon, Bristol, Bath or Cheltenham.