Set overlooking Howell's Mere, Number 6 is a stunning family holiday home that really does offer everything!
A 'reverse living' home with a huge window looking towards the lake, and where the light 'floods' in.
A large open plan living space opens to a decked terrace through some sliding glass doors, bringing (as they say) the "Outside in".
Downstairs at ground floor level are three bedrooms, all a good size with two bathrooms.
Step Outside and you are in a beautiful location, with plenty to keep you all busy.
There are three pools to choose from (indoor, outdoor and natural), a tennis court and football pitch area and miles and miles of walks and bike paths.
There is a village pub about 15 mins walk away in Somerford Keynes (there is a little cafe/restaurant at Lower Mill too, open weekends and school holidays) plus the joys of Cirencester about 10 mins away in the car.
Upside down accomodation. Three bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double bedroom plus ensuite shower room with shower, WC and washbasin, 1 x ground floor twin, 1 x ground floor bunk beds. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, WC and washbasin. First floor open plan living area/kitchen.
About the location
Bibury 6 miles; Stroud 12 miles; Cheltenham 15 miles; Gloucester 17 miles
A charm-filled market town on the eastern fringes of the Cotswolds AONB. Cirencester boasts architecture both dramatic and quaint, with its stunning church and rows of quirky cottages. Discover a number of fine shops and eateries connected by a network of attractive streets. Also discover the Corinium Museum, displaying a collection of Roman remains found locally. A choice of immaculate parks offer a memorable summertime stroll. Venture into the Costwolds AONB to discover much activity, answering to everybody's needs. The chocolate-box village of Bibury, with its renowned rows of stone cottages, is just 7 miles away. Stroud is another character-packed market town within reach, ideal for a stroll at your leisure. The city of Gloucester is dominated by striking buildings while nearby Cheltenham is best known for its horse racing festival. The Cotswolds itself offers a wealth of opportunity for avid walkers and cyclists. The Cotswold Way winds itself through rolling countryside and past a host of timeless villages. Bourton-on-the-Water, Stow-on-the-Wold and Moreton-in-Marsh are among the most notable.