Tel: 01285 655355
£515,000 Offers in excess ofSold
Being sold with no onward chain is this modern and well presented detached four double bedroom family home with single garage and off street parking. Built by Redcliffe Homes in 2007 and making up part of a small residential development within the ever popular village of Kemble.
The accommodation is arranged over two floors with the ground floor comprising entrance hall, cloakroom, study, sitting room, dining room, kitchen and utility room. While the first floor offers the four bedrooms, all well proportioned, en-suite shower to the principal bedroom and a separate family bathroom services the other bedrooms.
Outside, to the front is a small retaining garden with gated side access leading to private rear garden with patio and lawned areas with a single garage beyond as well as two off street parking spaces.
Video viewing available on request.
NB. In 2010 the property underwent piled raft underpinning with full heave precautions, compliant with building regulations. A 12 year insurance warranty was issued and runs until September 2022.
Kemble is a much sought after and conveniently placed village which supports a mainline railway station, Parish Church, public house, post office/store, primary school, Phoenix doctors surgery, community gardens, pre-covid rural cinema and a village hall. Village website ... www.kemble.co.uk
Communications: Kemble mainline station provides services to Swindon, Bristol, Birmingham, Reading as well as a regular service to London Paddington which takes approximately 80 minutes. Kemble offers good road links to the M4 and M5 approximately 13 and 18 miles away respectively.
The lovely ancient town of Cirencester is the nearest market town (approximately a 4 mile drive away) and provides an excellent range of boutiques, shops, services and amenities. In addition to the two superstores (Waitrose and Tesco) there is also a cottage hospital, leisure centre and tennis, cricket and rugby clubs for all ages. Cycling around quiet lanes in the Cotswold countryside is also very accessible and a popular pastime with locals. Other local sporting opportunities include sailing, kayaking, canoeing and fishing at the Cotswold Water Park, boating on the river Thames, gliding at Aston Down and 18 hole golf courses at Cirencester, Minchinhampton and South Cerney.
There is also a good selection of schools in the area, both state and private. The latter includes Westonbirt, Beaudesert Park, Hatherop Castle, Rendcomb College as well as the schools and Colleges in Cheltenham. In Cirencester the well regarded state schools include Deer Park, Kingshill and Cirencester College, and there is easy access to the renowned Grammar Schools in Cheltenham and Stroud.
DIRECTIONS From our office in Cirencester turn right onto Castle Street, bearing left at the end of the road into Sheep Street. Follow the road round to the right and proceed across the mini roundabout. At the main roundabout take the third exit on to the A429 Tetbury Road. Continue for around 1.4 miles then turn left signposted A429 Kemble. Proceed for approximately 2.1 miles in to the village of Kemble, at the crossroads turn right on to Windmill Road and take the first left on to Station Road. The property can be found further along the road on the right hand side.