Kingfisher Place, South Cerney, Gloucestershire

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
This attractive home is constructed of reconstituted stone and enjoys a private sheltered rear garden, double garage and parking.

Set back behind a stone wall and clipped hedging an entrance porch provides shelter and storage. The front door opens into the hallway, ground floor cloakroom and a home office. In the centre of the house is the dining room, presented in neutral

shades enhancing the light feel; this is reflected throughout the home. A window overlooks the rear garden and to the side

a staircase leads to the first floor also providing a useful large storage cupboard beneath.

The second reception room is a spacious sitting room benefiting from a triple aspect, there is a central fireplace housing a coal effect gas fire, French doors to the rear open into a conservatory. This additional living space provides flexibility as a playroom or family room and benefits from wood laminate flooring, a radiator and French doors out onto the patio.

A comprehensively fitted kitchen provides a wide range of wall and base units with ceramic tiled flooring, integrated gas hob,

extractor, dishwasher, eye-level electric double oven, fridge and freezer also plumbing for a washing machine and dryer.

French doors open out to the rear garden and there is space to accommodate a table for casual dining.

The spacious feel of the house continues on the first floor, from the landing there is loft access and an airing cupboard.

A generous principal bedroom suite enjoys a triple aspect affording views that extend across to the lake. There is ample built-in wardrobe and drawer space and an en-suite shower room. Two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom complete this fine home.

There is direct access to the double garage from the garden, part converted to create a home studio/office with storage above.

The lovely sheltered rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn with established planted borders and a paved patio extending the width of the property, creating the perfect environment in which to relax or entertain.


All mains services are connected to the property with gas fired central heating.


Council tax band 'F' 2020/21 Charges £2702.95.


Cotswold District Council, Cirencester 01285 623000.


Freehold offering vacant possession upon completion.


South Cerney is located about four miles south of Cirencester; this popular village has a blend of older properties along with more modern housing. There are a good range of facilities that include a Post Office, general stores, public houses, garage, as well as a primary school, village hall, golf course, bowling green, doctor's surgery, pharmacy and dentist. Also neighbouring the lakes, with wildlife habitat, extensive country walks and water sport facilities.

Swindon c.13 miles, Cricklade c.7 miles, Cheltenham c.19 miles. Railway Station Kemble c.4 miles (London Paddington 75 minutes).

01285 238863

Moore Allen - Sales

33 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire

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