An attractive Cotswold stone family home in a pretty location.
Rosemount is a welcoming Cotswold property comprising an original dwelling thought to date back to the 16th Century with a sympathetic 25 year old extension. The property provides accommodation over two stories with Cotswold stone elevations under pitched tiled roofs and timber window casements. The location is slightly elevated with rural scenes to the rear and attractive aspect to the fore.
Main access is via an open corner porch leading to an entrance hall with cloakroom. Projecting forward is the impressive kitchen family and dining room with bespoke floor and wall mounted cupboards, four oven Aga cooker and good natural light. The room has plenty of space for informal dining and there is a snug area leading into a conservatory situated just off. Also adjacent to the snug is a useful utility room. The kitchen has a stable door with access to the terrace and garden and there is also access via the conservatory. From the entrance hall is access to a study with built in book shelving which could also be use as another sitting room if required. Opposite is a well-proportioned sitting room with bay window and fireplace with wood burning stove.
At first floor level, the main bedroom with built in wardrobes and en suite bathroom is situated above the modern large sitting room. There are three further bedrooms and a contemporary family bathroom and a store room.
Access is via a private inclined driveway leading to parking areas below the entrance and in front of the garage. The main elevation faces south west and features a terrace area, gardens and outdoor heated swimming pool. To the rear of the house is a grassed and fenced area which is actually of agricultural status but provides excellent space and there are a range of garden sheds.
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The finish and the accommodation really impresses me, together with its country surrounds and the dream of walking to the shop and the local pub. Perfect!Christian Swaab