Minety Lane, Oaksey: £1,100,000
Situated in a delightful position within the popular village of Oaksey in easy walking distance to amenities, a substantial detached modern home set within c.2.7 acres of grounds and paddocks.
DESCRIPTION House in the Meadow is a substantial detached family home set within c.2.7 acres of gardens and paddocks in a delightful position by the Church in the popular village of Oaksey and within walking distance to many amenities. Stone built under a tiled roof with mullion windows, the property was constructed in 1982 and is generously proportioned throughout.
The well-presented accommodation is arranged over two floors extending in all to over 3,200 sq.ft. The ground floor is accessed through a magnificent entrance hall with cloak room off comprising two reception rooms with wood burning stoves and sun room off, study and dining room whilst the AGA kitchen/breakfast room has a utility room and further store rooms off. On the first floor are six double bedrooms, two of which with en-suites, and a family bathroom with separate shower and bath.
The property is approached through double gates to ample gravelled parking and a double garage with power. The house sits centrally within its gardens which consist of a small front courtyard, large rear patio and surrounding lawns with mature tree specimens. The paddocks extend in all to 2.15 acres and are divided into two, with a small fenced paddock to the south and a larger one to the rear which borders the Church.
SITUATION Oaksey is a pretty Cotswold village nestling on the border between North Wiltshire and Gloucestershire just a few miles from the busy upmarket town of Cirencester to the north with a large variety of shops and amenities. Tetbury and Malmesbury to the south are also similarly close by. The village has a pretty church, the Wheatsheaf Inn and a highly sought after primary school, as well as retaining its well supported village shop and post office. Oaksey is situated on the edge of the famous Cotswold Water Park where a wide variety of water activities can be enjoyed as well as a 9 hole golf course located on the edge of the village. There is easy access to the commercial centres of Swindon, Gloucester and Bristol via the M4 and beyond. The mainline rail services to London from nearby Kemble which is 5 miles away (Paddington c.75 mins).
AGENTS NOTE There is a Public Footpath which runs from the Church through the Western part of the largest paddock.