Quaker Row, Coates, Cirencester, GL7

£585,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A detached family home which has been sympathetically modernised, providing a generous and well balanced home both in downstairs and upstairs space, and in a village setting.

Set at the head of an exclusive cul-de-sac, this detached family home has been sympathetically modernised and provides a generous and well balanced home both in downstairs and upstairs space.

Approached into an entrance porch with useful storage space then into a hall giving access to the downstairs cloakroom, handy under stairs storage, study and stairs rising to the first floor. The sitting room is double aspect with a feature fireplace and wood burning stove, double doors leading into the garden. Double doors partition the dining room, which overlooks the rear garden. The kitchen has been refurbished and offers a range of base and wall units with integrated appliances, a utility room with space for appliances and double doors into the garden. Adjacent to the kitchen is a charming snug area, perfect as a playroom, teenage den or space to relax.

Upstairs there are four well-proportioned bedrooms, the master bedroom has an en-suite with bath and overhead shower and the family bathroom has both a separate shower and a bath.

Outside there is a double garage and ample parking for several cars. The rear garden is private and enclosed and has recently been landscaped, mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and a southerly aspect with patio and decking.

The property benefits from UPVC windows and is serviced by oil central heating.

Coates is a village situated in Gloucestershire. It is approximately 3 miles west of Cirencester close to Cirencester Park of the Bathurst Estate. It is the nearest village to the source of the river Thames at the Thames Head Public House. The nearest railway station is Kemble with direct links to Swindon, Cheltenham and London.

The 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.

The village has an active social community including several clubs and an art society. The Tunnel House Inn can be found just beyond the edge of the village towards Tarlton.

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