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3 bedroom cottage for sale

The Street, Crudwell

Sold by Us £375,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Period Semi-Detached Cottage
  • 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
  • Kitchen & Two Reception Rooms
  • Ample off Road Parking
  • Good Sized Garden
  • Garage/Studio/Office & Utility
  • Village Location

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

DESCRIPTION This charming semi-detached period Cotswold cottage is situated in the centre of the sought after village of Crudwell within easy walking distance to a number of village amenities with country walks literally on the doorstep. The deceptively spacious character accommodation is well presented yet offers some scope for general modernisation and extends to in all 1,419 sq.ft, arranged over three storeys. On the ground floor, an entrance hall leads into to a spacious living room with wood burner off which a dining room with exposed beams which in turn, leads through to a custom built kitchen with range cooker and a range of fitted cupboards. On the first floor off are two double bedrooms and a bathroom with separate shower as well as a separate WC. On the second is floor a good sized double bedroom which enjoys lovely rear views over the countryside and has ample built in storage and an en-suite shower room. The property has double glazing and is heated with oil fired central heating.

There is a good sized garden laid mainly to lawn with mature shrubs and trees and a delightful paved seating area. The property is approached by a pedestrian gate to the front whilst a track and driveway to the side provides access to ample parking to the rear. A converted garage offers a utility room with worktops and a useful studio/office as well as good attic storage space.  

SITUATION Crudwell is situated between Cirencester and Malmesbury, just over the border in North Wiltshire. This rural village has an enviable reputation amongst pub food lovers, one of the two pubs; The Potting Shed, was 'Pub of the Year 2012', the other pub the Wheatsheaf is a family pub which serves good food. The village has an 'Outstanding Ofsted' primary school and a charming Grade I listed medieval church. There is an active Village Hall with activities like Pre-school Play Group, Scouts and Girl Guides, a cricket team and tennis club. The village has a Post Office counter and there is excellent shopping available locally in Cirencester and Malmesbury. Both have good Secondary Schools and Cirencester has a higher educational college and nearby the famous Royal Agricultural College (now University).

Many residents of Crudwell commute to either London or Bristol. Being on the A429 it is only a short drive to Junction 17 of the M4. Kemble Station is about 4 miles, which has a frequent service to both London Paddington (from approximately 75mins journey time), and Cheltenham.  


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15 August 2016

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