East End, Fairford, GL7


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 6
Standing in grounds extending to 0.42 of an acre is a most impressive Grade II Listed detached house that offers 5000 square feet of accommodation, beautiful mature west facing garden, 3 further bedrooms creating annexe potential, triple garage and extensive parking, and situated towards the end of a no through lane within easy walking distance of the amenities in the town. The living space comprises on the ground floor a delightful drawing room with two period fireplaces with open fire and three windows overlooking the garden. There is a spacious dining room with open fire and doors opening into the timber framed garden room. The kitchen breakfast room features a full complement of hand made units, solid wood work tops and AGA. In addition to this on the ground floor is a sitting room with wood burner, an inviting entrance hall with galleried landing, a study / office, a spacious boot room with cloakroom, and a 2nd kitchen / utility room. The first floor accommodation provides a superb master bedroom with dressing area and a contemporary ensuite bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower enclosure. There are four further well proportioned bedrooms, two family bathrooms and a useful sewing room. The second floor offers one good sized bedroom, a games room and a 'teenagers den'. This lovely family house offers great flexibility in its layout and could work extremely well as a downsize as well as for a growing family or even annexed accommodation for relatives.


Fairford is a most attractive and historic market town which straddles the River Coln about 8 miles east of Cirencester and 12 miles north of Swindon. Architecturally the centre of the town has remained largely unspoilt but, more importantly, Fairford has retained an excellent cross-section of shops and facilities, including primary and secondary schools, doctors surgery, dentist, bank, post office, restaurants, public houses, butchers, grocery store and library. At its heart is the renowned St Mary's Church which adjoins the top end of the High Street. Mainline rail services are available from Swindon (14 miles) to London Paddington (58 minutes), and road links to M5 Gloucester (23 miles) and M4 Swindon (17 miles).


The property is approached from the rear where there is a triple garage and driveway which leads through to an extensive gravelled parking area. The front garden is a lovely size and is enclosed by a mixture of Cotswold stone walling and mature hedgerow which affords the garden excellent levels of privacy. Well stocked herbaceous borders line the perimeter, and a paved terrace abuts the house offering an ideal spot to position table and chairs to enjoy the west facing orientation.

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