Baunton Lane, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7

£900,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A beautifully presented and extremely attractive four bedroom detached period house that offers around 2500 square feet of updated living accommodation, landscaped south-west facing garden, extensive parking and situated on a plot extending to 0.26 of an acre within one of Cirencester's most sought after areas. The living space has been extended and much improved during our clients ownership, providing on the ground floor a stunning kitchen dining family room which features a full complement of bespoke hand painted units by Stonehouse Kitchens, underfloor heating, granite worktops, integrated appliances including a fully controllable electric AGA and aluminium bi-folding doors opening out to the garden. The sitting room provides a bespoke built-in shelving unit and a gas inset fire. There is a separate dining / family room with a window overlooking the garden, and what was formerly the garage, is now a superb guest bedroom with an ensuite shower room. In addition to this is a spacious utility room, a modern cloakroom and a delightful entrance hall with built under stairs storage. The first floor provides an impressive master bedroom with a contemporary ensuite shower room. There are two further well proportioned double bedrooms on this floor along with a modern and spacious family bathroom. In addition to this is a study / kids room which is accessed off a separate staircase from the dining area of the kitchen. This area also provides a useful easy access storage area.

Situation

Baunton Lane is a particularly sought after road in Stratton, which has a village like atmosphere, and a real sense of community yet is within easy walking distance of Cirencester. It offers an Ofsted Outstanding Primary School, two pubs, a hotel, and a shop with post office. Cirencester itself is a lovely old market town dominated by the beautiful Parish Church and surrounded by some of the loveliest countryside in the Cotswolds often referred to as the "Capital of the Cotswolds". It has a comprehensive range of shops, as well as excellent schooling, health care and professional services. Communications are good with access to the M4 motorway via Swindon or the M5 via Stroud and Cheltenham/Gloucester. There are main line rail services from Kemble about 4 miles (Paddington 1 hour and 20 minutes).

Outside

To the front is an extensive gravelled driveway and parking area for several vehicles. From here a gate opens into a delightful landscaped garden which is south-west facing and offers excellent degrees of privacy. The lawn has been professionally cultivated and is rich in depth and colour. There is an Indian Sandstone paved terrace abutting the bi-folding doors from the kitchen, and nestled in to the corner is a lovely timber Arbour and water feature. To the rear of the house is another section of lawn as well as two timber sheds, an area of timber decking and a further timber outbuilding. A side gate from here leads to the front of the property.

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