Lygon Court, Fairford, GL7

£300,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
An excellently presented three bedroom freehold cottage making up part of this purpose built retirement development. Quietly positioned within the market town of Fairford and within half a mile walk into the High Street.

An excellently presented three bedroom freehold cottage making up part of this purpose built retirement development for the over 55's, quietly positioned within the market town of Fairford and within half a mile's walk of the town's High Street.

The cottages are set around a wide courtyard mostly laid to lawn with attractive herbaceous borders. Number 5 is a three bedroom cottage with the accommodation arranged over two floors and comprising entrance hall with downstairs cloakroom and shower room, stairs and Stannah stairlift to split level landing with large built in cupboard. The hall leads to sitting room, open dining room, which in turn leads out to a conservatory overlooking a well-stocked south facing private garden with views to grass quadrangle. The ground floor is completed with a modern fitted kitchen with appliances.

The first floor offers a generous split level landing, three double bedrooms (two of which have large walk-in wardrobes) and a Jack and Jill shower room (formerly a bathroom).

Outside to the rear is an enclosed garden with communal gardens beyond. The property also benefits from allocated and visitor parking as well as a single garage in a nearby block.

NB - Please be aware that the property is subject to a monthly maintenance change for the upkeep of the communal areas and site office, manned once a week. The garage is held as a leasehold with an original term of 999 years from 17 March 1995.

Fairford is an attractive market town situated on the edge of the Cotswolds in the beautiful Coln Valley. It is located within the Cotswold Water Park, offering a wide range of water and land-based activities and nationally recognised as an important conservation and wildlife study area.

Another feature of Fairford is the range and extent of a web of Public Rights of Way both within the town and beyond with footpaths to Quenington and Lechlade.

The town has an active local community and benefits from a range of shops in the centre of the town where there is ample free parking. There is also a regular market every Wednesday. St Mary's Church is beautiful dating back to 1497 and boasts that its stained-glass windows are 'the only complete set of late medieval glass in a parish church in the country'.

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