Guide price £825,000
A very stylish home in this popular village. The Chestnuts is a well-proportioned semi-detached house on the edge of this popular Cotswold village. Built in 1987 and updated over the last ten years, the property is immaculately presented and all of the rooms flow well from the vaulted entrance hall. The main feature of this lovely home is the light which floods in from all directions which is maximised by the use of glass and the pale oak flooring. The reception space is flexible with a large drawing room featuring a wood burning stove and glass doors to the hall. The garden room with its lantern light and doors to the garden has ample space for a dining table as well as seating. There is a further reception room, currently used as a study but could equally well be a fifth bedroom. The kitchen/breakfast room also has space for dining, has a large island, a Rangemaster electric cooker and plenty of cupboards. There is a separate utility room as well as a WC with shower. Upstairs the four double bedrooms are accessed off a galleried landing. The master suite has a large walk-in wardrobe and bathroom with lovely views. The second bedroom has an arched featured window overlooking the garden and views beyond. There is a large family bathroom with both bath, shower and his and hers basins. The delightful and private garden is bordered with trees, shrubs and mature beds and has lots of sunny seating areas. A terrace wraps around the side of the house, ideal for al fresco dining. There is parking to the front of the house and a double garage. The picturesque village of Elkstone nestles within a glorious valley affording spectacular views over open countryside, considered an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Elkstone has the benefit of a proactive parish church which dates back to Norman times, a village hall and the neighbouring villages of Coberley and Birdlip have excellent primary schools. There are a number of highly regarded pubs in the area, The Green Dragon Inn, The Colesbourne Inn and Cowley Manor to name a few. Of note are the exceptional walks with the beautiful Cotswold countryside on the doorstep. The village is equidistant from the regional centres of Cirencester and Cheltenham which are both easily accessed via the A417, with further links to the M4 and M5. There are fast direct trains which run from Kem-ble Station to London Paddington (about 75 minutes).
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