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3 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

Dunfield, Fairford

Sold STC £347,500

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II listed Cotswold stone cottage
  • Rural location
  • Views onto open farmland
  • Three bedrooms
  • Large Inglenook fireplace
  • Fitted kitchen with built in appliances
  • Oil radiator heating
  • c. 200 ft rear garden
  • Parking for several vehicles

Full description

A superb opportunity to purchase a Grade II listed Cotswold stone period cottage located in a quiet hamlet to the south of Cirencester, ideally situated for the business commuter and giving superb views over open farmland. The Cottage has undergone a programme of refurbishment in recent years and displays a superb range of character features including a large Inglenook fireplace with original bread oven and there is a selection of ceiling timbers to many rooms with the main bedroom boasting a vaulted ceiling with mezzanine for storage. The kitchen/diner has been re-fitted with a modern contemporary range of units with built-in appliances including a modern stylish Rayburn Range. The cottage benefits from three bedrooms and a modern contemporary bathroom, all warmed throughout by an oil fired central heating system. Externally the cottage benefits from a plot measuring approx. 200 ft. long with extensive lawns and patio areas enjoying a high degree of seclusion. We urge early viewing!!

Hall - Entrance door to hall , tiled floor, utilities cupboard door to Kitchen/Diner

Lounge - 14'0" x 13'9" - Cottage style windows to front aspect with views onto front garden and open farmland beyond and further cottage window to side aspect. A room full of character with large inglenook stone fireplace with wood lintel and original bake oven, sandstone flooring, TV point, stairs rising to first floor, central exposed ceiling timber, telephone point, radiator, series of recessed ceiling spot lights, door to:-

Kitchen/Diner - 14'8" x 10'3" - Fully fitted with a range of extensive contemporary style eye and base level storage units, range of built in appliances include feature oil fired Rayburn with double oven and double hob, fridge/freezer, large deep enamel sink with mixer tap, space and plumbing for dishwasher, Brazilian slate flooring, exposed ceiling timbers, tiled splashbacks, ample space for dining table, double glazed cottage window with view onto the rear garden.

Bedroom 1 - 13'8" x 11'0" - A room full of character features with a semi vaulted ceiling exposing a substantial amount of roof timbers, exposed Cotswold stone chimney breast, recessed ceiling lights, two cottage windows to front aspect with deep sills and fantastic views over open farmland, radiator, mezzanine storage area, built in walk in wardrobe with double hanging rails and light.

Bedroom 2 - 10'10" x 7'9" - Double glazed cottage window to rear aspect with far reaching views, radiator

Bedroom 3 - 7'9" x 7'0" - Double glazed cottage window to rear aspect with far reaching views, radiator

Bathroom - Modern contemporary suite comprising deep panelled bath, power shower above, wash basin, low flush wc, window to rear aspect

Wc - White suite comprising low flush WC, wall mounted contemporary wash hand basin, tiled splashbacks, tiled
floor, extractor fan.

Outside - An outstanding feature of the property is the size of its plot which measures approximately 230 ft in depth.
To the front of the cottage there is a graveled parking area for approximately five vehicles. There is an established
lawned area bordered by dry Cotswold stone walling, established hedgerow and specimen trees. The garden enjoys
a superb aspect to the front over open farmland and of the village green.
The rear section of the garden is predominantly laid to lawn with an established patio area taking full advantage of
the westerly facing orientation. The whole is enclosed by a selection of hedgerows which make for an attractive
enclosed garden area. There is a selection of lawned areas as you continue up the graveled garden path and the
garden has the added benefit of backing onto open farmland.
Many people within the area have extended their properties. This may be possible on this property subject to the
acquisition of planning consents from the local planning office

Agents Note - We wish to inform prospective purchasers that we have prepared these sales particulars as a general guide. We have not carried out a survey, nor have we tested any services, appliances or any specific fittings at the property. Room sizes should not be relied upon for carpets and furnishings.

Viewing - Through the vendors sole agent 7 days a week

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
19 September 2016


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