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  • Bedrooms: 3
Situated within a small close, on the eastern edge of this fine historical town lies this handsome detached three bedroomed

home with no onward chain.

Northleach is a delightful medieval wool town, boasting many fine buildings and a parish church. Well served with shops for day-to-day requirements including a Post Office, award winning Butcher, Chemist, Green-grocer/Baker, Wine Shop, Medical centre, Veterinary Surgery and Museum together with a variety of restaurants and public houses. There is a good primary school, several pre-school groups and within the catchment area for the Cotswold School at Bourton on the Water.

Ash Way is a small close of detached properties situated on the edge of the town and backing onto rural farmland. The property was built in 1991, traditionally constructed of reconstituted stone elevations beneath a pitched tiled roof and enjoys the comfort of part replacement Upvc windows (front elevation).

The layout briefly comprises entrance hall with stairs rising to first floor, cloakroom, sitting room with window to front aspect and open fireplace with tiled hearth. Glazed double doors lead off the sitting room into the dining room, with servery hatch and glazed patio door opening onto the rear garden. The kitchen is fitted with a good selection of base and wall mounted units and has door off to a generous sized utility room, access to gardens and the integral single garage. To the first floor, the house has three bedrooms, two of double proportion. The master has an en suite shower room, the family bathroom completes the accommodation.

The outside space reflects an open plan front garden to lawns with tarmacadam driveway providing off street parking. To the rear, a retaining wall with steps lead onto a level garden. The rear garden is quite extensive and subject to the usual consents offers space for potential extension.

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Moore Allen - Sales

33 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire

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