A much loved Cotswold stone home with glorious gardens and outstanding rural views.
Lavender Down is a quintessential Cotswold stone home thought to date from the 1920's affording outstanding far- reaching rural views to the rear.
The property benefits from a pragmatic layout with light and airy accommodation totalling 1905 sq ft. In good decorative order the property would be suitable for an array of purchasers with good sized bedrooms and a highly attractive wrap-around garden.
Entered by way of a traditional porch, stairs rise to the first floor whilst the inner hall provides access to the sitting room, a spacious drawing room with doors opening to terrace and the kitchen / dining room furnished with a full compliment of units, beyond which is a pleasant conservatory with French doors opening to the side. In addition there is a spacious bathroom with cloakroom facility.
The first floor consists of three well proportioned bedrooms, notably the spacious principal room with fitted wardrobes. The family bathroom is equipped with a full complement of vanity-ware.
The garden principally sits to the side and rear and is laid to lawn interspersed with herbaceous beds, mature hedging and flower borders. The view to the rear is quite superb, rolling countryside as far as the eye can see.
The front drive provides parking for several cars and is bounded by a stone dwarf wall and a tree-line border.
A charming summer house and a highly useful detached chalet / studio are at the rear of the house, both of which provide an ideal space to work from home.
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A permanent reminder of how beautiful the Cotswold countryside is, the views are remarkable - what a special place this is.Phil BatesProperty agent