Manor Farm Road, Coates, Cirencester, GL7

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
An intriguing period property believed to date in part from the 17th Century, although substantially Victorian and unlike the image its name suggests, is an excellent sized family house with well proportioned, light and airy rooms. The original Coates Lodge was sub-divided in 1985 and a wing now forms Coates Cottage and is constructed in part of Cotswold stone elevations under a pitched tiled roof. A considerable amount of improvements have been carried out to the house by the current owners and the accommodation extends to over 2100 sq.ft.

The well-proportioned living space is arranged over two floors comprising a spacious 'L' shaped fitted kitchen with space for informal dining and an adjacent snug. The dining room is an equally impressive room, with a door opening to the garden, and access through to the sitting room which also has patio doors onto the rear garden, and a fitted wood burner. A useful utility room and cloakroom complete the ground floor space. At first floor level are four bedrooms, each with good ceiling height, one of which is EnSuite, in addition to a family bathroom.


A timber five bar gate gives access from the 'no-through' road to an area of hardstone with access to a timber double garage and garden store. The garden is a particularly attractive feature of the property and is of an excellent size extending to 0.2 acres. It is principally laid to lawn and enclosed by a Cotswold stone wall with an area of paving immediately abutting the rear of house, and two useful stone outbuildings.


The village of Coates lies in open farmland three miles west of Cirencester in an area of outstanding natural beauty and with easy access to the towns of Tetbury and Stroud. Amenities within the village include a village hall, a children's play area and a cricket ground. There is a wonderful public house just outside of the village and the local market town of Cirencester provides a wide range of facilities. There are further local primary schools at Kemble, Sapperton and Rodmarton, a similar distance away. Kemble also has a village shop and an excellent train service to London, Paddington in about 1½ hours.

Sitting Room

Dining Room

Kitchen Breakfast Room


Utility Room


Four Bedrooms

Ensuite Bathroom


Enclosed Gardens

Timber Double Garage

Range Of Outbuidings

Additional Information

Heating is served by LPG, and a septic tank serves both the property and the adjoining house, Norvesko.

01285 238871

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