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Horcott Road, Fairford, Gloucestershire, GL7

£495,000

4 Beds 1 Bath 3 Receptions

REF: CIR190040

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Fairford

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • Sitting Room, Dining Room
  • Kitchen, Garden Room
  • Utility Room, WC
  • 3 Double Bedrooms
  • Further Bedroom/Dressing Room
  • Bathroom
  • Garden, Garage
  • Driveway Parking
  • Detached, Side Access

THE PROPERTY

Built in around 1912, Westward House is a spacious, light and airy home. Extended over the years the property flows very well. Downstairs flows very well with drawing room and sitting room both accessed from the entrance. The kitchen is off the dining room and boasts a Rangemaster gas range cooker, a large pantry and off which is a large utility room and WC. Access to the garage is afforded from here. The real wow factor is the fabulous pale brick extension which spans the rear of the house and is flooded with light. French doors lead out onto the covered deck, a wonderful spot for al-fresco dining year round. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms and a single bedroom (currently used as a dressing room). The bathroom, which has a large walk-in shower in addition to the bath, has a stone tiled floor and underfloor heating. Well set back from the road, there is plenty of parking to the front of the house. The main South facing garden is to the rear and as well as the wonderful covered veranda, there is a pretty terrace and goldfish pond, bordered by raised flower beds. The lawn is surrounded by mature herbaceous beds and has a large apple tree at its center. This is a lovely peaceful haven. The property is immaculately presented throughout and early viewing is highly recommended. Fairford is an historic market town set on the banks of the River Coln. The town has an extensive range of shops, coffee shops, pubs and restaurants, popular primary and secondary schools, doctors' and dentists' surgeries and the famous 15th Century church which possesses the only complete set of medieval stained glass windows in England. The surrounding countryside offers many recreational pursuits - The Cotswold Water Park, racing at Cheltenham, fishing, shooting and golf - to name just a few. Communications are excellent, it is perfectly possible to commute to Oxford or Swindon, the latter offering a fast and frequent train service to London Paddington (scheduled from 55 minutes) and the M4 motorway (Junction 15) is about 20 minutes' drive. No onward chain.