A three bedroom cottage in village location.
- Semi Detached
- Off Road Parking
- View EPC Rating
The cottage is entered through a timber and glazed door under a storm porch into an entrance hallway, featuring a limestone tiled floor with access to the sitting room, kitchen/dining room and stairs to the first-floor accommodation. The well-proportioned sitting room is dual aspect with views over the gardens and features a stone fire surround with a wood burner and solid oak flooring. The tile flooring from the hallway continues into the kitchen/dining room, which is also dual aspect. This is a wonderful space providing open plan living and flexible accommodation for today's modern needs. The kitchen has a range of wall and base cabinets under a wood effect counter top with integral double oven, hob, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. There is also a useful cupboard off the kitchen for additional storage. From the kitchen a door leads to the sizeable utility room featuring units and flooring matching that of the kitchen with a sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer. Off the utility is a cloakroom and a side door leads to the rear garden via a handy storm porch.
At first floor level there is a master bedroom with a built-in wardrobe and a good-sized en suite bathroom comprising a bath, pedestal sink and low-level WC all in white. There are two further bedrooms, one with a built-in wardrobe, served by a family bathroom comprising a bath with overhead shower, pedestal sink and low-level WC. The first-floor layout and the attic space offers the possibility of providing additional accommodation, subject to the necessary permissions.
The Grounds and Gardens
The cottage is well set back from the lane and therefore benefits from a generous sized front garden. It is approached via a pair of five-bar gates leading to a gravel parking area able to accommodate several vehicles from which a path, flanked by lawns, leads to the front door. At the side of the garden is a detached garage with a personnel door, power and light and behind this a well screened shed. All this is enclosed by a mixture of dry-stone walls and mature hedges.
The rear garden is beautifully landscaped and mainly laid to lawn bordered by a variety of trees and herbaceous shrubs. A clipped Box hedge separates the lawn from the terrace areas by the sitting room and the back door. A wooden fence ensures the garden is private. A gravel path to the side of the house leads to the front garden.
Poole Keynes lies close to the border with Wiltshire and has a church, village hall and nearby Oaksey and Kemble both have a shop, primary school and pub. Cirencester (about 5 miles away) has an excellent range of facilities.