North Cerney, Cirencester

£625,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Coppers End, which was formerly the old police house has been greatly extended and reconfigured to provide a comfortable, five-bedroom detached family home. Pleasantly positioned adjacent to and overlooking fields, the property nestles in the ever-popular Cotswold village of North Cerney and is within reach of a range of amenities and facilities.

The light and airy, well-proportioned accommodation is approached into a welcoming and spacious entrance hall, where there are stairs to the first floor and door to the cloakroom. The sitting room has a fitted multi fuel burner and is triple aspect, including patio doors to the rear garden. Double doors from the entrance hall lead into the dining room, which in turn leads into the kitchen/breakfast room, where there are a range of units with integral appliances. A door leads to the outside and there is a door to the utility room, which in turn has a door back into the hallway.

At first floor level, the galleried landing has a generous storage cupboard and leads to five well-proportioned bedrooms. The master bedroom, which is over 28 ft in length, has an en-suite where there is a sink with vanity unit beneath and a wc and a step up into a wet-room shower area. Bedrooms two and three also have the additional benefit of en-suite shower rooms. The main family bathroom completes the internal accommodation.

Outside an electric gate and a single pedestrian access gate leads to the front garden, which is predominantly laid to paving, providing parking. There is a good size single garage with electric up-and-over door. The main garden to the rear, which is of a generous size, has a lawned area, numerous raised vegetable borders, maturing trees, two timber sheds and two green houses. There is a patio area directly behind the property, offering a place to sit and relax.

AMENITIES North Cerney is a picturesque and tranquil Cotswold village located on the A435 between the famous Roman town of Cirencester (5 miles) and the equally renowned horse racing and former spa town of Cheltenham (12 miles). It lies within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The village benefits from a Church of England Primary School and is only some two miles from the world famous Rendcomb College School. There are several local facilities including a hairdresser, arboriculture and there is a visiting fishmonger and library. The village hall is the focal point for local activities including cinema nights and the annual fete. The beautiful Medieval Church of All Saints lies across the main road from the village.

At the entrance to the village is the award winning 17th Century Coaching Inn and Restaurant the Bathurst Arms, renowned for its warm welcome, its regular selection of real ales and the quality of its food. Its wooded riverside garden overlooking the River Churn is a popular venue in the summer.

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