Set back off a residential road on the fringes of this popular village, lies this well presented family home. Originally built as a three bedroom house, this property over the years has undergone a programme of extensions and improvements including the conversion of the integral garage into a extra reception room perfect as a family or playroom or even the ever important home office. On entering you first notice the welcoming hallway, as it is larger than the original layout. Like most of these properties each owner has created living space to suit their taste and family requirements. This one is no different, the kitchen/dining room has patio doors to outside and two glazed doors opening into the sitting room. The kitchen is fitted with wall and base units in addition to fitted appliances of oven and hob. An ornate red brick fireplace with stone hearth and mantle are found in the sitting room. Behind the family room lies a very useful utility with door to rear and staircase up to a bedroom suite comprising of a double bedroom with ensuite shower and area which could be utilised as a dressing area or home office however it’s currently set up as a small TV area. The main staircase comes directly off the hallway and leads to three bedrooms and a family bathroom. In other properties a connection to the bedroom with ensuite has been made from half way up the staircase adjoining the first floor into one. However should you have a parent or adult child living with you the separation of these two areas would be more suitable.
At the front there is a lawn with a central tree surrounded by low feature wall. Private parking can be found in L shaped gravelled drive. The pretty enclosed rear garden is laid to patio with an impressive fish pond. Shed. Pedestrian side access. (If you didn’t want the pond the vendor will remove it between exchange and completion).
- Kitchen/dining room
- Sitting Room
- Family Room
- Bedroom with ensuite and dressing area
- Three further bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Rear & front garden
- Private parking
South Cerney is believed to be the largest village in Gloucestershire; it sits on the banks of the River Churn between
Cirencester market town known as ‘the Capital of the Cotswolds’ and Swindon. It has a thriving community and abundance of facilities and amenities including:- Ann Edwards Church of England primary school, Church of All Hallows parish church, several pubs, a couple of small supermarkets, post office, hairdressers, dentists, pharmacy, Indian take away and a fish & chip shop. Cotswold Water Park is made up of 140 lakes and offers extensive water based activities. On the outskirts of the village there is also a 18 hole golf course. Fenton’s community centre and the village hall are host to a plethora of clubs.
Take the South Cerney/Ashton Keynes junction off the A419 onto the B4696 known locally as the Spine Road. After approximately half a mile turn right into Station Road. Continue to the edge of the village and turn first right into Robert Franklin Way. The house can be found on the right hand side.
Postcode: GL7 5UD
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Whitaker Seager.
Fixtures and Fitting: Some mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale.
Local Authorities: All others are specifically excluded but may be made available by separate negotiation. Cotswold District Council. Council Tax Band C and EPC rating C
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