High Street, South Cerney, Cirencester, GL7

£500,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
An individual and spacious two double bedroom detached home situated in the sought after village of South Cerney, well-served by a wide range of amenities and facilities.

An individual and spacious two double bedroom detached home situated in the sought after village of South Cerney, well-served by a wide range of amenities and facilities.

Chapel House was constructed on the site of a former chapel in the mid to late 2000s with a host of features, including stone mullioned style windows with stone surrounds and window sills.

The well presented accommodation is arranged over two floors and comprises entrance porch with a high ceiling and velux window, this leads through to an entrance hall with doors off to a cloakroom and utility cupboard. The sitting room offers a lovely dual aspect as well as a fireplace, while modern kitchen breakfast room with an extensive range of bespoke oak units, integrated appliances including two full size Miele ovens and opens out to a conservatory with oak flooring overlooking the rear garden.

At first floor level there are two double bedrooms and a well fitted bathroom. The main bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and built-in wardrobes providing plenty of storage.

The property benefits from gas central heating supplying under-floor heating, sealed unit double glazed windows and plantation style shutters to some windows.

Outside, the private gardens are a particular feature, being landscaped and paved for low maintenance and extending to the front, side and rear of the property. Ample off street parking is offered behind the property, accessed off a slip road adjacent to the neighbouring property. The parking area also had planning permission to erect a garage, now lapsed.

South Cerney is a popular village in the heart of the Cotswold Water Park. This area has become increasingly popular due to the large range of leisure activities that are on offer. It is a thriving community with many organisations including football, cricket, tennis and bowling.

The village has a range of local amenities including All Hallows Church, a community centre, a post office, general store and a Co-op store, Indian restaurant/takeaway, fish and chip shop, a GP surgery, a pharmacy and a dental surgery.

There is a primary school with secondary schools available in nearby Cirencester. The village has three public houses all of which offer meals, there is also a good bus service to Swindon, Cirencester and Cheltenham; Kemble mainline railway station is just a few miles away providing a service to London Paddington. The M4 and M5 are also easily accessible via the A419.

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