Guide price £265,000
a three bedroom holiday cottage on Oaksey Golf Course
- Holiday Complex
- End of Terrace
- Allocated Parking
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The property is entered via a spacious L shaped hallway giving access to the impressive sitting/dining room, which measures over 24 in length. The room boast a fully glazed gable end window and patio doors, leading to a terrace and garden. The room is flooded with light and makes the most of the impressive countryside views. The room also benefits from laminate flooring and a wood burner effect stove.
The kitchen features a range of wall and base cabinets in a light wood effect shaker style, complimented by a grey laminated counter top and light stone tiles. Integral appliance includes a cooker with oven, grill and ceramic hob, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. The cabinets have been thoughtfully arranged along the side walls with patio doors in the far wall to take advantage of the garden aspect and views. Also, on the ground floor is a shower room with white suite, contemporary tiles and heated towel rail. Bedroom three is located on the ground floor, ideal for less mobile guests.
Stairs lead to the first-floor accommodation, which comprises of two double bedrooms, both dual aspect and a family bathroom with a white suite, with shower over the bath.
The Grounds and Gardens
The property has its own private garden area, surrounded by a Cotswold stone wall. The area is mainly laid to patio outside the sitting room and kitchen doors with shrubs surrounding an ideal low maintenance garden but offering a perfect setting in which to enjoy al fresco dining.
Beyond the private garden of the house are the communal grounds and the parking area, where two parking spaces are allocated. The golf club also has a restaurant and bar open to guests. The surrounding countryside offers plenty of opportunities for walking and leisure activities of all varieties and Oaksey Village has a shop and PH.
Oaksey is a thriving village community, with a Post Office & general store, popular primary school, medieval church, modern village hall and local pub, whilst on the outskirts there is a private golf club. The choice of local state and independent secondary schools is excellent. Oaksey nestles amongst gently rolling countryside between the busy market town of Cirencester, with its excellent shopping and amenities, and historic Malmesbury, a flourishing local hub. Trains from Kemble, just 4 miles away, reach London in under 80 minutes. The M4 (J15 & J17) is within easy reach, as are Swindon, Bristol, Bath or Cheltenham.