Positioned at the top of a traditional Cotswold village, lies this modern terraced house with versatile accommodation set across three floors. The front door opens into the hall with useful storage cupboards. From here, access can be found to all downstairs rooms; bedroom 4/home office, bedroom 3, (both bedrooms offer fitted wardrobes), bathroom with shower cubicle, utility with access to rear courtyard, and cloakroom. On the first floor there is a ‘L shaped’ sitting/dining room to front with views across the rooftops towards open countryside.
The kitchen with fitted base and wall units, built in oven, hob, extractor and breakfast bar sits at the rear with French doors opening out onto a decked terrace. Upstairs on the second level of accommodation there are two bedrooms, originally there were three bedrooms however two single bedrooms were knocked together to make one good sized double room with fitted wardrobes and views of the rear garden and the fields beyond. The main bedroom, also enjoying fitted wardrobes, enjoys a front aspect across the village to the fields beyond.
Between these bedrooms there is a well appointed family bathroom with separate shower cubicle. A loft ladder provides access to a attic which also provide excellent fitted storage and amazing views from a Velux window. The majority of the floor coverings are either wooden floorboards or tiles. The house is warmed by an air source heat pump.
To the front there is private off road parking for a couple of cars. At the rear there are a variety of places to sit and entertain or to simply sit back and enjoy a relaxing morning coffee. These enclosed private gardens are terraced from the back door up to a privately owned paddock behind in three individual terraces. The low maintenance landscaped grounds consist of a decked lower terrace with steps up to a gravelled terrace with further steps up to a paved patio. There is section between the Cotswold stone wall at the top of the patio leading up to the neighbours field which is currently in its natural wild state.
• 4 Bedrooms
• L-shaped sitting/dining Room
• Shower room
• 4th Bedroom/home office
• Terraced garden
• Village location
North Cerney is a pretty traditional village lying in the Churn Valley North of Cirencester, ‘the capital of the Cotswolds’. Mainly located on the East of the A435 (Cirencester to Cheltenham Road) the village offers a C of E Primary academy, The Bathurst Arms pub, and the village hall which various organisations and associations use. On the other side of the River Churn & A435 lies All Saint’s Parish Church, and the cricket club. Regular Stagecoach buses run throughout the day between Cirencester and Cheltenham. The nearest local stores & Post Offices can be found nearby at Rendcomb, Colesbourne & Stratton. Rendcomb also is the home to a doctor’s surgery and Rendcomb College.
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Postcode: GL7 7DN
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 E and EPC rating D
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