3 Bedroom House For Sale
Introducing the semi-detached gem at 42 The Green, Quenington. This delightful property features an inviting entrance hall complemented by a separate utility space, adding practicality to everyday living. The modern kitchen breakfast room provides ample room for dining, creating a perfect space for family gatherings.
The living room is generously proportioned and features an electric fireplace, providing a cozy space for relaxation and unwinding. Seamlessly connected to the rear conservatory which offers panoramic views across the stunning Coln Valley and rear garden. Completing the ground floor is a convenient cloakroom, adding to the functional layout.
Upstairs, discover three generously sized bedrooms alongside a contemporary family bathroom, providing modern comfort and convenience for the entire household. What sets this property apart is its deceptive corner plot, providing not only a sizable rear garden but also ample off-street parking to the front.
The rear garden, mostly laid to lawn with patio area encompasses panoramic views of the Coln Valley, the outdoor space is perfect for hosting gatherings or providing ample space for children to play and explore. Outside shed for additional storage.
Experience the tranquillity and beauty of the Quenington and neighbouring Coln Valley from the comfort of your own home at 42 The Green, Quenington.
This property combines modern comfort with breathtaking views, creating an ideal living space for families.
Quenington itself is a pretty and sought after village that lies in the popular Coln Valley, away from main roads. The Coln Valley provides some the loveliest walks in the Cotswolds whilst the Cotswold Water Parks are also close by for water-based sports and recreation. The village pub (The Keepers Arms) is the social centre of the community with a bar, restaurant, and a selection of real ales. There is a village shop with a Post Office at Coln St Aldwyns less than a mile away, and Fairford (c. 3 miles) has a number of shops and services including a doctor’s surgery. There is a good choice of State and Private schools in the vicinity including Hatherop Castle School and a village primary school in Hatherop. Cirencester, about 8 miles, offers a variety of everyday shopping facilities including Tesco and Waitrose supermarkets as well as an excellent range of independent retailers.
SERVICES: We believe the property is connected to mains electricity, water and mains drainage. EPC ‘D’ (64)
OUTGOINGS: The property has been placed in Band ‘C’ for Council Tax purposes; charges 2023/24 £ 1,815.83.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Cotswold District Council, 01285 623000
TENURE: Freehold, offering vacant possession upon completion.
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