Trewsbury Road, Coates, Cirencester, GL7

£900,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Situated in a prominent position within the popular and conveniently located village of Coates, Aspen House is a substantial, five bedroom, detached family home with double garage, ample off street parking and generous rear garden, offering the potential to reconfigure and extend if required, subject to the necessary regulations and planning permissions.

Situated in a prominent position within the popular and conveniently located village of Coates, Aspen House is a substantial, five bedroom, detached family home with double garage, ample off street parking and generous rear garden, offering the potential to reconfigure and extend if required, subject to the necessary regulations and planning permissions.

The well-proportioned accommodation is arranged over two floors with ground floor comprising entrance hall with stairs to the first floor, cloakroom, dual aspect sitting room with open fireplace and access to the rear garden, study, separate dining room, fitted kitchen and a utility room with door to the side completes the ground floor.

At first floor level, a galleried landing leads to the five bedrooms and family bathroom. The principal bedroom also benefits from an en-suite bathroom.

Outside, the garden is a particularly fine feature of the property, a gravel driveway provides parking and leads to the detached double garage with lighting, power and boarded loft space with ladder access. Gated access is offered to both sides of the house leading to the rear where a generously sized and beautifully tended garden can be found offering numerous areas of interest with fruit trees and bushes. NB the Horse Chestnut in the rear garden has a Tree Preservation Order.

Coates is a popular village located approximately four miles west of central Cirencester and close to Cirencester Park owned by the Bathurst Family. The village has an active social community including several clubs and village hall. The village's Parish Church of St Matthews dates back to the 13th century, the building has a perpendicular tower, 13th century piscina, Norman font and a Norman doorway.

Coates is the nearest village to the source of the river Thames at the Thames Head public house. The Tunnel House Inn can also be found just beyond the edge of the village towards Tarlton.

The nearest railway station is Kemble, an approximate three mile drive, offering direct links to London Paddington, Cheltenham and Swindon.

The area is noted for both its private and state schools. Recreational opportunities in the area include Cheltenham Racecourse, polo at Cirencester and Westonbirt, water sports at the Cotswold Water Park, hunting with the VWH and a good availability of golf courses, shooting and equestrian facilities.

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