A superb detached home, beautifully presented, bright and spacious, stunning views, located within this historical Cotswold market town.
Northleach is a delightful medieval wool town, boasting many fine buildings and a parish church. Well served with shops for day to day living, with a Post Office, award winning Butcher, Pharmacy, Green-Grocer and Bakery. There is also a Medical Centre, Primary School, Veterinary Surgery, restaurant and pub.
Rixon Road lies on the eastern edge of this popular Cotswold market town. 24 Rixon Road occupies an enviable position upon this well-designed residential development neighboring farmland with an outstanding view down the River Leach valley.
The property was completed a little over two years ago and has the security of the remainder of a 10-year NHBC. Constructed of natural stone and painted rendered elevations beneath a pitched slate roof, the house benefits from an 'above average' energy assessment with the comfort of painted double-glazed casement units and underfloor heating (ground floor and part first floor).
Presented to a high standard, this outstanding family home has entrance hall with stairs rising to first floor, doors to all receptions and cloakroom. The sitting room enjoys a dual aspect with central chimney breast housing a wood burning stove. Contemporary glazed doors lead into the open plan kitchen with dining area. This bright room with roof lantern and windows to
three aspects, bi-folding doors to the garden, incorporate the well-appointed kitchen with breakfast island and quality built-in appliances. There are outstanding valley views, door off the kitchen leads into the utility. The study completes the ground floor. There are four double bedrooms to the first floor, each with built-in wardrobes, two have private facilities and family bathroom.
The property has good frontage. The block paved drive leads to a generous sized single garage. The rear garden is predominantly enclosed by stone walling with extensive lawns and variety of newly planted specimen trees. A paved terrace adjoins the rear of the house, pathway to pedestrian door leading into the garage.
On entering the town from the east (Oxford) take the first left into Bassett Road then first left into Rixon Road, the property will be
found at the head of the cul de sac on your left.
The property is freehold, offering vacant possession upon completion. All main services are connected (with the exception of
gas). LPG fired boiler powering heating system. Local authority, Cotswold District Council, Cirencester (01285) 623000. Council
tax band 'F' charges 2020/21 £2,647.49. EPC Band 'C'. Service charge: 1 April 2020 – 31 March 2021 £374.69 per annum.