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5 bedroom detached house for sale

North Cerney, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7

Sold STC £1,125,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Charming Village house with Cottage
  • 3 Bedrooms Main House
  • Kitchen/Diner
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Studio
  • 2/3 bedroom Cottage
  • Off Street Parking
  • Delightful Gardens
  • EPC Rating = F

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A lovely village house with attached cottage and generous gardens.

Location

North Cerney is a popular village which supports a church, a reputable primary school and an excellent pub, The Bathurst Arms with Rendcomb College Co-ed within 1.5 miles.
Cirencester, less than five miles away, is often referred to as the Capital of the Cotswolds and provides an excellent range of shops, boutiques, restaurants and cafes, along with two supermarkets and other facilities in Cirencester. The larger Regency Spa town of Cheltenham is just over 12 miles away.
The property is well placed for the commuter, being convenient for Kemble Station from which there is a fast and regular train service to London Paddington with a journey time of approximately 80 minutes.
There is also easy access to the M4 & M5 with the Fosse Way providing a direct link to The Midlands.
Recreational and leisure opportunities include sailing at the Cotswolds Water Park, boating on the River Thames, golf at Cirencester and Naunton Downs, polo at Cirencester Park and racing at Cheltenham.
There are theatres in Cheltenham and Cirencester and there is a
good network of footpaths providing delightful walks through the
picturesque countryside.

Description

Constructed of Cotswold Stone under stone tiled roof The Old
Bakehouse is an attractive property. It's an attractive property with many period features including; exposed beams, exposed stone and open fireplaces.
You enter the property from the central driveway into the kitchen/breakfast room where you find exposed beams, an impressive exposed stone Inglenook fireplace, a breakfast bar, window seats and an AGA. Wooden wall and base units provide ample storage, space for dishwasher. There is a utility room with space for washing machine and tumble dryer off of the kitchen.
The sitting room is an attractive room with a cosy feel. Exposed stone fireplace takes centre stage inset with Frances Belge wood burner. From here you access the study with door to the side/rear garden.
The current owners have converted the space between The Old
Bakehouse and Little Cottage, creating a sizeable double bedroom with roomy en suite, walk in shower and a white W/C and sink.
Furthermore a studio space has been created adding a further reception room, study, studio or games room.
Rising to the first floor you enter a unique garden room which leads out through double doors onto a raised patio area, with views of the village. Exposed beams are in abundance. There is also a further double bedroom and a family bathroom with a white suite and shower.

Ascending to the second floor you have two further bedrooms.
Currently being used as a holiday let, the separate (but linked) cottage known as Little Cottage is accessible from the driveway and studio. It comprises of a kitchen and dining/sitting room with open fireplace inset with wood burning stove on the ground floor. On the first floor are two double bedrooms and a third which is a single, however this is currently being used as a utility room. From here you have access to the roof terrace, ideal for Alfresco dining.
Externally a wooden gate opens up onto the tarmac drive providing ample off road parking. A landscaped and beautifully designed terraced garden enjoying views over the village and countryside from the top tier. Mainly laid to lawn with shrub and flower borders, fruit trees and paved patio area for outside dining. Vegetable garden to the front of Little Cottage ideal for those wanting to life the 'Good Life'

Square Footage: 4,097 sq ft

Directions

From Cirencester take the A435 towards Cheltenham. After about three and a half miles turn right into North Cerney village passing the Bathhurst Arms also on your right. Continue through the village and bear left onto Dark Lane. The Old Bakehouse can be found a little distance up the lane on your left just past the primary school.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
13 October 2016

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