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  • Bedrooms: 5
A large and impressive detached family home beautifully situated in a private and tucked-away location enjoying lovely views on to the surrounding countryside.

Situated off a small lane, designated a 'Quiet Lane', the property is positioned in a popular Cotswold village, well placed for access to Cirencester or Malmesbury, and is within walking distance to the mainline train station, with Paddington approximately 70 minutes.

The property has been well designed and has well proportioned accommodation. This comprises entrance hall, cloakroom, there is a large and well proportioned sitting room with French doors to side and an open fireplace, there is a separate dining room and a large kitchen/breakfast room with adjacent utility room.

At first floor level the main bedroom has two built-in wardrobes and there is an en-suite shower room, there are three further bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes and a fifth bedroom/office, plus a family bathroom.

The private gardens approach half an acre and have a lovely open aspect towards open countryside. The gardens extend around the property and there is ample driveway parking for numerous vehicles that leads to a double garage.

The property has an oil-fired central heating system and UPVC double-glazed windows.

AMENITIES Kemble is a thriving village approximately four miles from Cirencester. It has good road links to Cirencester, Malmesbury, Chippenham and Swindon including M4 and M5 and boasts a mainline railway station, with access to London Paddington being approximately one hour away.

The village has many services to offer; there is a primary school, local pub and combined Post Office and local store.

Kemble Airfield, on the edge of the village, was once home to The Red Arrows aerobatic display team but now serves general aviation and is also host to other local events.

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Perry Bishop and Chambers - Cirencester

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