The Wern, Lechlade, Gloucestershire, GL7


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  • Bedrooms: 3
Attractive three-storey semi-detached family home, well situated in a quiet no-through road, backing on to open pastureland.

Attractive three-storey semi-detached family home, well situated in a quiet no-through road, within this sought-after development.

Via the open entrance hall, the modern fitted kitchen offers a good selection of wall and base units, one and a half stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap inset, four-ring gas hob with extractor over with oven below, space and plumbing for washing machine, breakfast bar and wall mounted combination boiler providing all domestic hot water and central heating.

Open-plan to the kitchen area, the sitting/dining room has double French doors through to the rear gardens, with the convenience of a large enclosed under stairs storage cupboard.

To the first floor, the landing area provides access to the built-in airing cupboard and stairwell raising to the second floor.

There are two double bedrooms and a modern family bathroom, whilst to the converted second floor, there is a spacious double bedroom with a useful dressing area and study space.

To the front of the property, there is a paved pathway to the front door and the side gated access, with a gravelled area in-between.

There is a single garage with up and over door, light and power, and eaves storage.

The delightful rear gardens are predominately laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders, flanked by panelled fencing and open post and rail fencing to the rear boundary overlooking the open pastureland. Patio area to the immediate rear of the property, with timber decking to the left-hand corner of the garden. Additional gravelled area to the side recess of the property.

A beautiful small town adjoining the River Thames and on the borders of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Wiltshire, Lechlade has a population of just over 3,000. There are several independent shops, a small supermarket, a church, doctors' surgery, excellent primary school and a library. There is a healthy tourist trade, particularly in the summer, when the Thames is busy with cruisers, narrow boats and small boats. There is good fishing in the local rivers and lakes, country walks in the beautiful Cotswolds countryside, and various nature reserves in the area. The town is a good staging-post for visitors to the Cotswolds and the historic towns of Oxford and Cirencester.

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