The well-proportioned kitchen/diner is a cosy place to cook and enjoy family meals. Design details include a Cotswold fossil stone floor, Shaker units and a Belfast sink, while essentials to make self-catering a breeze include a fridge/freezer, hob and oven, microwave and dishwasher, as well as a waste disposal unit, a washing machine and a tumble dryer. In the centre is a dining table, perfect for laid-back meals with extra helpings and chilled drinks in easy reach.
In the evenings, or on rainy days, get cosy in the drawing room which has dual aspect windows and a Cotswold stone fireplace, as well as elegant styling including an embroidered rug, a Victorian spoon-back chair and an antique mirror. Watch TV (there’s Sky, and Netflix is accessible with your own login), get stuck into one of the books from the shelves or grab one of the family games from the cupboard. In warmer weather the French doors can be opened up to the terrace.
Upstairs, there is a twin bedroom with an en-suite bathroom with a bath and a shower over. The second bedroom is a double bedroom with a king-size, four-poster bed and an en-suite shower room.
Outside, on the terrace, there is a table and chairs, a barbecue and an umbrella for shade. The terrace overlooks the wisteria and apple tree arches of the estate’s communal gardens and there are steps down into the gardens if you fancy a stroll.
You’ll also have access to the rest of the estate’s gardens which feature a mix of formal and informal elements, plus other shared facilities including an indoor swimming pool, a spa and a gym, as well as several children’s play areas and the teens’ games room.