Ampney Crucis, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 5SA | Property for sale | Savills
121.80 sq m
Guide price £435,000(12,491,513 EGP)

Ampney CrucisCirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 5SA

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in December 2022
  • Pub, primary school and village hall
  • Deceptively spacious accommodation
  • Mature garden of good size
  • No onward chain

A delightful Cotswold stone cottage set in the heart of a village and with the benefit of a generous sized garden.

About this property

  • The property is a deceptively spacious end of terrace cottage which provides versatile accommodation over three floors. Throughout the cottage are a number of period features including exposed timbers and stonework. These combine with modern appointments which include sealed unit double glazed windows.

    On the ground floor there is an entrance lobby forming part of a cosy sitting room with a wood burning stove with stone surround. A doorway leads into the L shaped dining room and kitchen from which there is direct access into the garden. The kitchen area includes a rage of appliances including a dishwasher, fridge, freezer, washing machine and a cooker range with extractor hood above. Off the dining room is a cloakroom. A staircase rises to the first floor where there are two bedrooms and a bathroom. The larger bedroom is dual aspect and there are wardrobe cupboards on the landing. The staircase continues to the second floor where the principal bedroom is found together with a separate dressing area and a shower room with travertine tiling. The bedroom is triple aspect and enjoys a farmland view.

    A particular feature of the property is the generous sized garden which extends to over 100ft in length. There is therefore plenty of scope for the keen gardener and is presently divided between a lawned area, vegetable garden and an orchard with pear and apple trees. In addition to the tool shed there is a summerhouse with decking and seating lockers. Both have power connected. It should be noted that 2 The Lake has a right of way over part of the garden.

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Plenty of inside and outside space at this charming Cotswold cottage.

Anthony CoakerProperty agent

Local information

  • The Cotswold village of Ampney Crucis, which takes its name from the 14th Century cross in the graveyard, supports a church, primary school, boutique pub/hotel, cricket ground and an active village hall.
  • The Roman town of Cirencester is the nearest town and provides an excellent range of shops and services. There are two superstores, including Waitrose, and an A&E hospital, leisure centre and outdoor swimming pool. Other regional centres include Cheltenham, Oxford and Swindon whilst the A419/A417 provides dual access to the M4 (Junction 15) and the M5 (Junction 11a).
  • Recreational pursuits in the locality include sailing at the Cotswold Water Park, golf at Cirencester and South Cerney, cricket in the village and rugby and tennis clubs in Cirencester.

Additional information

  • Cirencester 3 miles, Kemble Station 5 miles, Swindon Station 14 miles, M4 (J15) 18 miles
  • Directions: From Cirencester take the A417 Lechlade Road. After about three miles turn left immediately before the Crown of Crucis Hotel, signposted Ampney Crucis. Follow the village lane up the hill, pass the village hall on the right, the triangular green on the left and then park on the left hand side, just beyond a red letter box and virtually opposite The Pleydells. The cottages are side on to the road and No. 3 is the furthest one from the lane.
  • EPC Rating: E
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: C