In order to provide you with the best online experience this website uses cookies. By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies. Close More Info

3 Bedrooms Cottage House for sale in Ampney Crucis, Cirencester

3 Bedrooms Cottage House - £795,000

Ampney Crucis, Cirencester

Get your Free Experian Credit Score

First listed on: 17th October 2017

Nearest stations: Kemble (5.8 mi)

Interested in this property? Call See phone number 01285 655355

Further Informations

Epc

More Information

Property Description

Berkeley Cottage is a quintessential Cotswold period home dating back to 1893, built of natural stone with stone mullioned windows, under a stone tiled roof. The property is bursting with charm and character, sitting within just under half an acre, and enjoying a delightful setting with a pleasant outlook over the village cricket field.

Approached into a most welcoming entrance hall, with Parquet flooring and stairs rising to the first floor. Off the hallway is a downstairs cloakroom. The sitting room, with windows overlooking the gardens has a stone fireplace with fitted wood burner. To the rear of the house is a study and spacious dining room with leaded light windows. This leads through into the dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room, here there are a range of units with work surfaces over. The utility room, has a range of fixed cupboards and door to the rear garden and door into the Garden room. The Garden room has an exposed stone wall, with beautiful curved windows and French doors to the rear garden.

At first floor level the landing leads to three well-proportioned, light and airy bedrooms, with the master having fitted wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom, with heated towel rail and tiled floor. The two further bedrooms enjoy a Jack and Jill shower room between them with a fitted suite and heated towel rail.

Outside the gardens are a particularly fine feature and are approached via double wrought iron gates, onto a gravel driveway which sweeps around towards the house providing ample parking and leading onto the attached double garage with loft space/hobby room above. The gardens surround the house and are mainly laid to lawn with mature borders, well stocked with plants and flowers. To one side there are a range of fruit trees and a south facing terrace offers a place to sit and relax. In addition there is a workshop and boiler room with ample space for drying.
 

AMENITIES The village of Ampney Crucis is a pretty and friendly Cotswold village, the largest of the Ampneys and has a history dating back to Roman times.

Village amenities include The Crown of Crucis, which is a well-known and popular pub/restaurant/hotel, a village primary school rated as 'excellent' by Ofsted and a visiting mobile cinema. There are also many social and sports clubs and organisations in the village. The village also has a website and produces its own newsletter. Larger shopping and leisure facilities are available in nearby Cirencester along with a cottage hospital and many other bus and coach connections.

There is a bus service to Lechlade and Cirencester and Kemble mainline train station is just over eight miles away. Road connections are good with the M4, M5, M40/A40 easily accessible.
 
Berkeley Cottage is a quintessential Cotswold period home dating back to 1893, built of natural stone with stone mullioned windows, under a stone tiled roof. The property is bursting with charm and character, sitting within just under half an acre, and enjoying a delightful setting with a pleasant outlook over the village cricket field.

Approached into a most welcoming entrance hall, with Parquet flooring and stairs rising to the first floor. Off the hallway is a downstairs cloakroom. The sitting room, with windows overlooking the gardens has a stone fireplace with fitted wood burner. To the rear of the house is a study and spacious dining room with leaded light windows. This leads through into the dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room, here there are a range of units with work surfaces over. The utility room, has a range of fixed cupboards and door to the rear garden and door into the Garden room. The Garden room has an exposed stone wall, with beautiful curved windows and French doors to the rear garden.

At first floor level the landing leads to three well-proportioned, light and airy bedrooms, with the master having fitted wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom, with heated towel rail and tiled floor. The two further bedrooms enjoy a Jack and Jill shower room between them with a fitted suite and heated towel rail.

Outside the gardens are a particularly fine feature and are approached via double wrought iron gates, onto a gravel driveway which sweeps around towards the house providing ample parking and leading onto the attached double garage with loft space/hobby room above. The gardens surround the house and are mainly laid to lawn with mature borders, well stocked with plants and flowers. To one side there are a range of fruit trees and a south facing terrace offers a place to sit and relax. In addition there is a workshop and boiler room with ample space for drying.
 

AMENITIES The village of Ampney Crucis is a pretty and friendly Cotswold village, the largest of the Ampneys and has a history dating back to Roman times.

Village amenities include The Crown of Crucis, which is a well-known and popular pub/restaurant/hotel, a village primary school rated as 'excellent' by Ofsted and a visiting mobile cinema. There are also many social and sports clubs and organisations in the village. The village also has a website and produces its own newsletter. Larger shopping and leisure facilities are available in nearby Cirencester along with a cottage hospital and many other bus and coach connections.

There is a bus service to Lechlade and Cirencester and Kemble mainline train station is just over eight miles away. Road connections are good with the M4, M5, M40/A40 easily accessible.
 
Read more

Useful Statistics In Your Area

We have collected some useful information to help you learn more about your area and how it may affect it's value. This could be useful for those already living in the area, those considering a move or a purchase of a buy-to-let investment in the area.

Price Trends

Local Statistics

Property Location

Property Street View

Price History

Listed prices are those submitted to us and may not reflect the actual selling price of this property.

Date History Details
17/10/2017 Property listed at £795,000

Schools

Investment

Video Tour

Disclaimer

Disclaimer Property reference 10252GL7_100300014946. Details are provided and maintained by Perry Bishop & Chambers. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

This property is marketed by

Perry Bishop & Chambers, Cirencester

2 Silver Street

Cirencester

Gloucestershire

GL7 2BL

Telephone: See phone number 01285 655355

Disclaimer

Disclaimer Property reference 10252GL7_100300014946. Details are provided and maintained by Perry Bishop & Chambers. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

Thinking of selling or renting your property?
Get a instant valuation today!

This property is marketed by

Perry Bishop & Chambers, Cirencester

2 Silver Street

Cirencester

Gloucestershire

GL7 2BL

Telephone: See phone number 01285 655355

Free Instant Valuation

Find out if you are charging enough rent or what your property would be worth if you were to sell now

Register For Free

Create an account for free today to unlock some great features of Net House Prices.

Contact Agent
Show Sidebar
Free House Valuation

More Information Instant House Valuation With your local agents