Located in the long-established part of a thriving village, tucked down a small cul-desac, lies this modern detached house. Built in the 1990’s, this property is one of three similar executive homes surrounded by period Cotswold cottages. Our vendors have meticulously cared for their home and have also made several improvements by installing double glazed windows, fitting oak doors, upgrading the family bathroom and the ensuite bathroom in addition to laying engineered oak floor boards in the hall, cloakroom and dining room, which all provides a more stylish and fashionable lifestyle. On entering the residence, a reception hall with a delightful staircase and cloakroom welcomes you. The 19′ 11″ sitting room enjoys a triple aspect and an attractive Cotswold stone open fireplace with a solid oak mantle. The dining room faces the front and adjoins the kitchen/breakfast room lending itself to potential open plan family living if required. Enjoying a dual aspect, the kitchen is fitted with wall and base units with breakfast bar and incorporates built in appliances such as a Smeg double oven, Smeg hob with extractor fan. An internal door leads directly into the double garage. The landing is home to the airing cupboard and access to the boarded loft. The main bedroom is serviced by an ensuite bathroom, there are three further bedrooms, one benefitting from built in wardrobe and another is being utilized as a home office, plus a family bathroom.
The landscaped grounds are a major asset to the property and have been designed and carefully attended by the owners whose intention was to create a tranquil outdoor haven. To the front boundary a traditional Cotswold stone wall runs across the front and down the side, the path and lawn also sweeps in front and to the side where wide flower & shrub borders are seen with a variety of trees. A gravelled driveway with parking leads to the double garage. The majority of the gardens are located at the rear. Dominated by a lawn and bound by shaped flower/shrub beds with a selection of trees, makes is the perfect place to sit back and enjoy the vista from the patio. Also found here is a shed, the oil tank, wildlife pond, pergola and further side path with water tap leading to the front.
• Sitting Room
• Dining Room
• Kitchen/Breakfast Room
• Main Bedroom with Ensuite
• Three further Bedrooms
• Family Bathroom
• Double Garage
• Beautiful Gardens
• Village setting
Kemble is a Cotswold village lying between the towns of Cirencester and Malmesbury. Its popularity is enhanced by the railway station with a direct link to London (Paddington) in 75 minutes and the primary school. It boasts a shop with post office services, doctor’s surgery with pharmacy and a public house. Further amenities can be located at CIrencester, Tetbury or Malmesbury.
Postcode: GL7 6AD
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Whitaker Seager.
Fixtures and Fittings: Only those items mentioned are included. All other items are specifically excluded, although some may be available by separate negotiation if required.
Local Authorities: Cotswold District. Council Tax Band F and EPC rating D
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