- Modern Semi-Detached Home
- Cul-de-Sac Position on the Outskirts of Town
- Open-Plan Living Room
- Kitchen with Integrated Appliances
- Four Bedrooms
- Master with En-Suite Shower Room
- Family Bathroom
- Private Rear Garden
- Driveway and Detached Garage
An immaculately presented four-bedroom family home, situated on a cul-de-sac position just off Cirencester Road.
Trubshaw Close was built in 2014/2015 by Bovis Homes. The small development of roughly 30 properties forms a cul-de-sac just off the Cirencester Road and borders the open countryside surrounding Tetbury. Number 22 is a semi-detached home, built from reconstituted Cotswold stone and boasting a driveway for two vehicles plus a detached single garage at the side.
The property itself is arranged across two floors and the accommodation is as follows; an entrance hall with a cloakroom and storage cupboard plus stairs to the first floor. A modern, fully fitted kitchen sits to the front of the house and has integrated appliances as well as space for a breakfast table. At the rear, the spacious living room enjoys both a window and French doors opening out onto the private rear garden, and there is ample space for a dining table and sitting area plus a further storage cupboard beneath the stairs.
On the first floor a central landing provides doors to all bedrooms and the modern family bathroom. There are four bedrooms, two doubles and two singles, and the master boasts a modern shower room.
Externally, there is a landscaped border to the front of the property with estate fencing and a path to the front door. To the rear there is a low maintenance private garden that is mainly laid to shingle with and mature borders. A side gate also leads out to the driveway.
EPC – B.
Tetbury is an historic Wool town situated within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The town is known for its Royal association to HRH The Prince of Wales, who resides at nearby Highgrove House. It has a highly anticipated and well attended, annual Woolsack Race held each May on Gumstool Hill. The charming and quintessential town centre has many amenities to offer including cafes, boutiques, pubs and restaurants. Essential amenities such as a supermarket and a primary and secondary school, are within the town itself.
Kemble station, a mainline to London Paddington, can be reached just c.7 miles North, and both the M4 and M5 are equidistant to the south and west, respectively, giving convenient transport links to Bath, Bristol and London.