- Detached Home in Village Location
- Close to Cirencester and Kemble Station
- Sitting Room
- Kitchen/Dining Room
- Study/Bedroom Four
- Utility Room & Downstairs W.C
- Three Further Bedrooms
- Principal with En-Suite Bathroom plus Family Shower Room
- Generous Garden
- Off-Street Parking
Tucked into a private position within a peaceful village near Cirencester, this detached home offers extended accommodation over three floors as well as a good-sized enclosed garden and driveway.
Built in the mid 1980’s, May Tree Close is a cul-de-sac of detached properties in the popular village of Coates, just a short drive of Cirencester and Kemble station. Number 23 is one of the larger properties within the close, occupying a corner plot overlooking countryside and offering even further potential to extend, subject to the relevant planning permissions.
The accommodation is centred around a welcoming entrance hallway with stairs leading to the first floor including understairs storage and a downstairs WC. The sitting room sits to the front of the property and boasts plantation shutters fitted to the two windows. There is also an attractive Bath stone surround open fireplace with solid wood mantel piece over, making a real focal point of the room. Double doors at the far end of the sitting room lead to the kitchen/dining room with a tiled floor and an excellent range of base and wall units with space for an electric oven and dishwasher. Patio doors at the far end of the kitchen open onto the rear terrace making the ideal spot for al fresco dining. The utility room is located at the other end of the kitchen and fitted with further base units and a stainless-steel sink. There is also space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier plus a recently installed electric boiler. An external door from the utility room provides access to the rear garden. The latest change to the home is the integral garage that has recently been converted to create additional living space, which could work very well as a further bedroom. The room has a loft space above which has power and light and a built-in wooden loft ladder.
On the first floor there is a lovely open landing area with stairs leading to the second floor, understairs storage, a built-in bookcase and from the landing there is access to both double bedrooms. The principal bedroom benefits from built in wardrobes, plantation shutters to match the sitting room and an en suite bathroom. A shower room is also situated on the first floor comprising a modern white suite.
The second floor has been converted into a further bedroom with a separate WC. The room has a built- in cupboard and plenty of eaves storage. Velux windows have been inset either side of the roof space allowing the room to feel light and airy.
Outside, there is parking to the front of the property and a low maintenance garden laid to gravel with spaced stones inset creating a path to the front door. The private rear garden is enclosed by feather board fencing and predominantly laid to lawn with a large terrace off the kitchen, ideal for outdoor entertaining and raised beds edge the terrace. The garden wraps around one side of the house where a kitchen garden can be found. There is also a generously proportioned potting shed and garden store that sits beside the house – it benefits a power supply and has a part cedar roof.
We understand the property is connected to mains electricity, water and drainage. Council tax band E (Cotswold District Council). EPC – D.
The village of Coates has a strong community and is situated in the Cotswold countryside only a few miles from the charming market town of Cirencester, which boasts an excellent range of restaurants, cafes and shops. There is an excellent choice of local state and private schools and the town is also home to the Royal Agriculture University. Kemble station is only a few miles away and provides a mainline rail link to London Paddington, Cheltenham and Swindon.
There are of wonderful country walks to be found on your doorstep as well as the infamous Tunnel House and Thames Head Inns, together with The Bell at Sapperton. The source of the River Thames is a proud landmark of this area.