This is a bright and welcoming bungalow thanks to floor to ceiling windows in many of the rooms, carefully laid out accommodation divided into two wings for sleeping and living and parquet flooring in all the reception rooms and bedrooms.
The property is entered through a wooden front door with glazed panels to either side, recessed lighting and exposed brick walls.
The sitting room is an inviting room filled with lots of natural light thanks to its double aspect with sliding doors to one side leading out onto a patio and a floor to ceiling window to the other side. One wall is an exposed brick feature wall.
The dining room enjoys lovely views out across the rear of the property and from here a door leads into the double aspect kitchen. The kitchen has a ceramic tiled floor and a good range of wooden wall and floor cabinets. Integral appliances comprise a double oven with grill, an electric ceramic hob and a dishwasher. From the kitchen a door leads into the utility room which continues with the ceramic tiled flooring and wooden kitchen cabinets. There is a Butler sink and an integral washing machine. A door from the utility room leads out to the rear of the property.
There is also a study and an additional reception room used by the current owner as a snug, A cloakroom completes the accommodation to this side of the property.
The sleeping accommodation comprises four double bedrooms with the master bedroom benefiting from an en suite shower room and dressing room.
The contemporary family bathroom has a natural stone floor with a walk in shower, bath, wash hand basin, low level WC and built in shelves ideal for storing bath towels and toiletries.
The property is set back from the road and is approached via a tarmacked driveway, where there is parking for several vehicles. The main entrance to the house is approached through a walled gated entrance located to one side of the property adjacent to the integral double garage.
The front and rear garden are predominantly laid to lawn. The rear garden has a patio, making the perfect spot for al fresco dining, a natural pond and beyond this a wooded area which makes an attractive feature of the garden.
The paddock is located to one side of the property covering an area of five acres approx. and has great equestrian potential.
Chelworth is a charming hamlet ideally located between Cirencester and Malmesbury. The hamlet is very close to the popular villages of Crudwell and Oaksey. Crudwell has a well attended parish church, boasts two hotels and two pubs and is famous locally for its Strawberry Fayre, held every summer on the village green. Oaksey has a church, post office, shop, pub, village hall and a number of clubs and organisations to suit a wide variety of interests and age groups.
The larger neighbouring towns of Cirencester, just over 8 miles away and Malmesbury, 6.5 miles away offer a wider range of shopping facilities.
Schooling in the area is excellent. There is a pre-school and primary school in Crudwell and a primary school in Oaksey. State secondary schools in the area include Malmesbury School, featured as one of Tatler's 'gold star' state schools, Deer Park in Cirencester and Sir William Romney's in Tetbury. There is also a very good choice of private schools which include; Westonbirt, near Tetbury, Beaudesert in Minchinhampton and Rendcomb on the outskirts of Cirencester.
From Chelworth there is easy access to the M4. Kemble train station is just over 3.5 miles away with trains to London Paddington taking as little as 55 minutes.