Perrotts Brook, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7

£1,300,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
An extended 1930's detached house enjoying an elevated position with far reaching views and located on a private no through road which is about 2 miles to the north of Cirencester. There is plenty of parking, a double garage and just over seven acres of gardens and grounds.

Built as part of an exclusive development designed by Eric Cole, one of the longest established Architectural firms in the country, the property is built of colour washed rendered elevations under a tiled roof and has been substantially extended to create a superb family home with 3304 sq. ft. of accommodation inclusive of the garage arranged over 2 floors. The living space has a good flow and consists of a good sized sitting room with a fitted wood burner, double opening doors to the rear terrace and a dual aspect. The dining room is an equally spacious room that has a split level and a lovely stone fireplace with an open fire facility. The kitchen is a perfect family hub, fitted with an extensive range of units including a central island, integrated appliances and a good space for informal dining. Adjacent to the kitchen are the utility and boot rooms with internal access to the double garage. On the first floor there are 5 bedrooms, 4 of which are doubles, 2 bathrooms and a separate WC. The principal bedroom being a generous room with lovely dual aspect and an EnSuite bathroom with separate shower cubicle.

Situation

Perrotts Brook is a small hamlet located on the northern side of the Churn valley, less than three miles from Cirencester. The neighbouring village of North Cerney about a mile north on the A435 offers a basic range of amenities to include primary schooling and village pub. Cirencester "the capital of the Cotswold's" offers a more comprehensive list of amenities and schooling at all levels. Access to the M4 (junction 15) and M5 (junction 11a) are within easy reach. Kemble railway station (c.6 miles) provides regular services to London Paddington with journey times of approximately 75 minutes.

Outside

The house is approached via a gated gravel drive which leads to a car parking and turning area in front of the house. The double garage is integral with internal access. The mature gardens enjoy a good range of trees and high hedges which create a wonderful degree of privacy, there are wide areas of lawn to each elevation of the house. To the rear of the property is an excellent area of terracing creating a perfect outdoor entertaining space, enclosed by well stocked raised borders with steps up to a large area of lawn. Within the rear garden is a timber garden room with a terrace of decking enclosed by a balustrade, fruit trees and areas of planting. The property also benefits from two stables and a tack room on an enclosed yard with gated access to a fantastic 6 acre paddock mostly enclosed by post and rail fencing. In all the whole plot extends to 7.04 acres.

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