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  • Bedrooms: 3
A simply stunning detached Cotswold stone cottage set in the heart of the village nestled on the edge of the green. Beautifully refurbished by the current owners sympathetic to the many character features, these blend with modern fittings to create a very special home.

The interior is immaculately decorated and enjoys a spacious feel, not often evident in period cottages, enhanced by the good ceiling height.

Who wouldn't wish to settle down on the sofa in front of the dressed stone inglenook fire place and enjoy the warmth of the wood burner? Exposed beams, dual aspect windows with new shutters and a winder staircase to the corner are all attractive features of this cosy sitting room. The adjoining dining room is a well-proportioned room with oak flooring, presented in soft neutral shades with a window over-looking the green.

The kitchen situated to the rear is fitted with a wide range of shaker units finished in sage grey complemented by solid beech worktops, butler sink and a slate tiled floor. The centrepiece is a stainless steel finish electric range cooker, matching splashback

and extractor chimney. Integrated dishwasher and space for free standing fridge/freezer.

Slate tiled rear hallway/ boot room with storage cupboard and a door opening to out to the side garden. Completing the ground

floor, a well-designed period style bathroom finished with great attention to detail.

To the first floor, an impressive master bedroom with vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, dual aspect windows with shutters and a

useful mezzanine storage area. The second double bedroom again enjoys a vaulted ceiling and also has a feature fireplace. The final double bedroom/study has a large dormer window to the side and eaves storage with door leading through into a brilliantly designed en-suite bathroom of three-piece period suite including a claw foot bath.

A fine feature of the cottage is the rear garden, a private and sheltered environment in which to relax or entertain. A beech hedge

screens the cottage with a central lawn planted borders and a paved patio enclosed by Cotswold stone wall. To side of the house a stone store housing the boiler, a gravelled area provides space for a bistro table; perfect for a morning coffee.

Property Information


We are advised all mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Oil fired heating feeding radiators with both bathrooms benefitting from underfloor heating. EPC Band 'F'.


Council tax band 'E' 2019/20 charges £2,088.46.


Cotswold District Council, Cirencester 01285 623000.


Freehold offering vacant possession upon completion

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Moore Allen - Sales

33 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire

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