5 Bedroom House For Sale
Lodersfield is a cul de sac development of detached houses situated a short walk to the west of the town’s High Street. Located at the head of the road lies Number One, a handsome detached house set in sizeable established grounds. Built in the 1960s, the house reflects well-proportioned rooms that enjoy bright and open plan living. The property has been traditionally constructed of reconstituted stone elevations beneath a pitched Cotswold slate roof and benefits from Upvc sealed double glazed casement windows set amongst mullions and drip shields.
On entering the house, the spacious hallway serves access to the first floor, cloakroom and door to dining room. The spacious sitting room has a triple aspect and fireplace housing wood burning stove, doors lead into the dining room which adjoins the kitchen that is comprehensively fitted with base and wall units. Adjoining the kitchen is a utility room that opens onto the child / dog proof rear- garden. Steps lead out of the sitting room to a large study or potential family room.
The house offers five bedrooms with generous built-in wardrobes, en suite and newly appointed wet room. A drop-down ladder leads into the large attic space with natural light and subject to the normal consent offers great potential for additional accommodation.
An individual house with good proportioned accommodation set within established grounds, an internal viewing is highly recommended.
The house has a gated access onto an extensive gravelled drive leading to the house and garaging. Ample parking. The gardens are private, screened by established planting and mature trees. Two terraces, lawns with many perennials. Rear patio leadings off the dining room offering a westerly aspect. Side access with driveway and car port.
The property is freehold offering vacant possession upon completion. It is connected to all main services. Gas fired heating system. Local authority Cotswold District Council, Cirencester (01285) 623000. Council Tax band ‘G’ charges 2023/24 £3,502.13. EPC Band ‘C’ (69).