Greenleaze, Marston Meysey, Wiltshire, SN6

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Bedrooms: 5
Set within the sought after village of Marston Meysey with a rural backdrop is this five bedroom family home, having been reconfiguring and modernised by the current owners creating this wonderful and economical family home.

Set within the sought-after village of Marston Meysey, with a rural backdrop, is this five-bedroom family home. It has been reconfigured and modernised by the current owners, creating a wonderful family home.

The accommodation is arranged over two floors, with the ground floor comprising an entrance hall with a cloakroom and a useful storage room on either side. This then opens into a stunning open-plan kitchen, dining, and family room with underfloor heating. A cloakroom is located off this area, and bi-fold doors open out to the garden, offering views of the countryside beyond. An inner hallway leads to two separate living spaces and a utility room.

The first floor provides five bedrooms, with the principal bedroom benefiting from a recently installed en-suite shower room. The other bedrooms are serviced by a family bathroom.

Outside, the house is set back from the road and well-screened, providing a high degree of privacy. A gravelled drive offers ample parking and turning space, there is also an electric car charging point and solar panels installed on the front sections of the roof. The rear garden overlooks a large field and is laid to lawn with a decking area.

Information provided by the vendor

The solar panels and battery are fully paid for. It is a 6kW system (the average UK installation is 3kW) that includes a battery. At the time of installation in 2019, it was forecast to save approximately £600 per year (calculations can be provided). Since then, electricity prices have doubled, meaning the saving is now over £1,000 per year. During the summer months, we receive £60-80 per month for exporting electricity, which makes the electricity cost for the house negligible from May through September.

Full-fibre broadband is installed via Gigaclear.

The picturesque village of Marston Meysey is situated within a conservation area, approximately 9 miles east of Cirencester and 4 miles south of Fairford. This small village boasts a traditional Cotswold pub, The Old Spotted Cow, a well-supported church, and an active village hall.

The nearby village of Meysey Hampton also features a pub and a highly regarded, primary school. Fairford offers essential day-to-day facilities, including its own 'Outstanding' primary school, while Cirencester is renowned for its comprehensive range of shops, services, and schools. Private schools in the area include Hatherop Castle Preparatory School, Rendcomb College, Prior Park, Westonbirt School, Pinewood School, and Marlborough College, as well as colleges in Cheltenham.

The village is conveniently located for several commercial centres, including Swindon, Cheltenham, and Gloucester. The A417/A419 provides easy access to junction 15 of the M4 and Junction 11A of the M5. Additionally, there is a fast and regular Great Western train service to London Paddington from both Swindon and Kemble.

Recreational facilities in the area include boating on the River Thames at Lechlade, a leisure centre in Cirencester, and golf courses in South Cerney and Cirencester. The Cotswold Water Park offers a wide range of water sports, including wakeboarding, waterskiing, sailing, and fishing.

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