4 Bedroom Semi Detached House for sale in North Cerney

4 Bedroom Semi Detached House - £400,000

North Cerney

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First listed on: 28th May 2019

Nearest stations: Kemble (6.5 mi)

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A most attractive stone-built three/four bedroom, semi-detached period cottage, backing on to the River Churn and nestling on the edge of the well-regarded Cotswold village of North Cerney, which is conveniently placed for easy access to Cirencester and Cheltenham.

The cottage, which has been tastefully improved is full of charm and character and sits on a generous-sized plot but offers a good degree of privacy. The accommodation is approached via an entrance porch which in turn leads to the sitting room, where there is a fireplace with inset wood burner, a window to the front with window seat and stairs leading to the first floor with storage cupboard under. There are also steps that lead down into the kitchen and offers a range of storage units and integral appliances, including an induction hob. An inner hallway provides access into the family bathroom and utility area, where there is access to the garden. Part way up to the stairs from the sitting room is a door to one of the bedrooms which is currently being used as a dining room/snug and offers wonderful views across the garden and fields behind.

The first floor landing leads to two further bedrooms, both having window seats to enjoy the views, one also has a lovely feature fireplace. Stairs from the landing lead to the second floor where there is the main master bedroom, again enjoying lovely views and an upstairs cloakroom with wc and wash hand basin.

Outside the garden is a particular fine feature of the property, there is driveway parking at the front for several cars and a side gate leads to the side and rear garden. There is a lovely lawn area siding onto the River Churn and a generous patio area, offering a place to sit and relax and enjoy the outlook.
 

AMENITIES North Cerney is a picturesque and tranquil Cotswold village located on the A435 between the famous Roman town of Cirencester (5 miles) and the equally renowned horse racing and former spa town of Cheltenham (12 miles). It lies within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The village benefits a Church of England Primary School and is only some two miles from the world famous Rendcomb College Secondary School. There are a number of local facilities including a hairdresser and arboriculture's. There is a visiting fishmonger and library. The village hall is the focal point for local activities including cinema nights and the annual fete. The beautiful Medieval Church of All Saints lies across the main road from the village.

At the entrance to the village is the award winning 17th Century Coaching Inn and Restaurant the Bathurst Arms, renowned for its warm welcome, its regular selection of real ales and the quality of its food. Its wooded riverside garden overlooking the River Churn is a popular venue in the summer.
 
A most attractive stone-built three/four bedroom, semi-detached period cottage, backing on to the River Churn and nestling on the edge of the well-regarded Cotswold village of North Cerney, which is conveniently placed for easy access to Cirencester and Cheltenham.

The cottage, which has been tastefully improved is full of charm and character and sits on a generous-sized plot but offers a good degree of privacy. The accommodation is approached via an entrance porch which in turn leads to the sitting room, where there is a fireplace with inset wood burner, a window to the front with window seat and stairs leading to the first floor with storage cupboard under. There are also steps that lead down into the kitchen and offers a range of storage units and integral appliances, including an induction hob. An inner hallway provides access into the family bathroom and utility area, where there is access to the garden. Part way up to the stairs from the sitting room is a door to one of the bedrooms which is currently being used as a dining room/snug and offers wonderful views across the garden and fields behind.

The first floor landing leads to two further bedrooms, both having window seats to enjoy the views, one also has a lovely feature fireplace. Stairs from the landing lead to the second floor where there is the main master bedroom, again enjoying lovely views and an upstairs cloakroom with wc and wash hand basin.

Outside the garden is a particular fine feature of the property, there is driveway parking at the front for several cars and a side gate leads to the side and rear garden. There is a lovely lawn area siding onto the River Churn and a generous patio area, offering a place to sit and relax and enjoy the outlook.
 

AMENITIES North Cerney is a picturesque and tranquil Cotswold village located on the A435 between the famous Roman town of Cirencester (5 miles) and the equally renowned horse racing and former spa town of Cheltenham (12 miles). It lies within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The village benefits a Church of England Primary School and is only some two miles from the world famous Rendcomb College Secondary School. There are a number of local facilities including a hairdresser and arboriculture's. There is a visiting fishmonger and library. The village hall is the focal point for local activities including cinema nights and the annual fete. The beautiful Medieval Church of All Saints lies across the main road from the village.

At the entrance to the village is the award winning 17th Century Coaching Inn and Restaurant the Bathurst Arms, renowned for its warm welcome, its regular selection of real ales and the quality of its food. Its wooded riverside garden overlooking the River Churn is a popular venue in the summer.
 
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2 Silver Street

Cirencester

Gloucestershire

GL7 2BL

Telephone: See phone number 01285 655355

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Disclaimer Property reference 10252GL7_100300019393. Details are provided and maintained by Perry Bishop & Chambers. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

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