This is a very attractive natural stone two-bedroom cottage, very nicely and pleasantly located within a well-regarded and popular over 55's development near to local facilities.
The property is tucked away in a quiet setting overlooking the well-tended gardens and also has an aspect behind onto mature trees.
The gable fronted elevation is attractive, and the property has well-balanced and well-designed accommodation with ample storage and provides a comfortable attractive home.
Approached step-free into an entrance hall via a hardwood front door, the sitting room is spacious and has a carved stone fireplace, there is a dining area and a separate conservatory/sunroom plus a kitchen that has a range of limed-oak units with integrated fridge/freezer, double oven and integrated slim-line dishwasher. There is a downstairs shower room.
At first floor level are two double bedrooms, both with walk-in-wardrobes and there is a level access wet room. Additional storage space is available in the good-size loft.
The garden is private and enclosed laid to patio with raised flower beds. The back gate opens to the rear access-way.
The property has a single garage which is in the rear courtyard of the development and there is also the benefit of visitors' parking. In addition, the property enjoys electric heating and sealed unit double-glazed windows within stone mullion frames.
AMENITIES Fairford, an attractive market town, lies between Cirencester and Lechlade on the banks of the River Coln. It is located within the Cotswold Water Park, offering a wide range of water and land-based activities and nationally recognised as an important conservation and wildlife study area.
The town has an active local community and benefits from a range of shops in the centre of the town where there is ample free parking. There is also a regular market every Wednesday. St Mary's Church is beautiful dating back to 1497 and boasts that its stained-glass windows are 'the only complete set of late medieval glass in a parish church in the country'.
The range of social amenities includes a library, community centre, post office, doctors' surgery, first class pubs and restaurants and a number of local clubs and organisations. The property is situated close to Fairford Bowling Club.
At Swindon, which is some twelve miles south, the main-line train service has services to Bath (30 minutes), Bristol (45 minutes) and London Paddington (60 minutes).