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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Siddington, Cirencester, Gloucestershire

Under Offer £1,200,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 2 reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast/dining Room
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathroom/shower rooms
  • Annex with living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom
  • In all 4,305 SqFt
  • Double garage with studio above
  • Gardens and paddocks
  • Tennis court

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Historical Note
It is believed that there is a reference to this mill in The Domesday Book taxation survey of most of England and Wales, which was completed in 1086.

This Grade II listed traditional former corn mill and mill house is thought to date back to the late 17th/early 18th Century. The present owners have carried out a full refurbishment throughout which has included rewiring, a new kitchen and bathrooms whilst taking great care to retain the character of the property.

Both reception rooms have fireplaces and traditional shutters to the windows overlooking the gardens. The kitchen/breakfast room is located at the rear of the property overlooking the garden and leads in to the open plan dining room with the utility room at the rear. Leading off the entrance hall on the stairs landing is a useful shower room.

On the first floor there are three double bedrooms together with two separate bathrooms and a cloakroom. There is currently access in to the adjoining annex which could be closed off from the main house as it has its own independent separate access via stairs from the ground floor. The annex comprises a living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.

On the Second Floor are two further bedrooms.

Siddington is a popular village with a pub, village hall, primary school and village shop/post office.

Cirencester is conveniently about 1 mile's drive and has an excellent range of shops and services as well as restaurants, bars and hotels.

The main regional centres are Cheltenham, Bath, Bristol, Swindon and Oxford, all of which are within daily commuting distance.

About 2 miles from the A419 dual carriageway for access to junction 15 of the M4 at Swindon.
Direct rail services to London Paddington from Kemble or Swindon station, the latter scheduled to take from approximately 55 minutes.

Ample local sporting opportunities including a number of golf courses, water sports at the Cotswold Water Park, and many equestrian events including polo at Cirencester Park and Westonbirt and racing at Cheltenham and Newbury.

Preston Mill is approached via a five bar gate on to a gravelled drive leading on to a parking area in front of a double garage. Attached to the right of the house is the mill which dates back to the last 18th/early 19th Century with the mill waters of the River Churn running below. There is potential to incorporate this feature of the Mill in to something quite striking.

There are extensive lawned areas and flower beds to the front of the house and the grounds are well screened from the village lane by hedges, trees and a stone wall. Across the back of the house is a stone terrace which leads to a small footbridge over the river to the side of the property giving access to the agricultural building and tennis court. There are also separate gated accesses from the lane to this section of the grounds.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
28 September 2016

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