Savills | Ampney St. Peter, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 5SH | Properties for sale
140.56 sq m(1,513 sq ft)
Guide price £695,000

Ampney St. PeterCirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 5SH

    Key features

    • Grade II Listed Cottage
    • 3 Double Bedrooms
    • Bathroom
    • Large Dressing Room/Shower Room
    • Large Rear Garden & Patio
    • Multiple Off Street Parking
    • Pretty Village of Ampney St. Peter

    Beautifully presented Grade II Listed Cottage in the heart of Ampney St. Peter

    About this property

    • Beautifully presented three bedroom Grade II listed Cotswolds stone cottage located in the heart of Ampney St. Peter which derives its name from the brook and local church. This sought after hamlet is the smallest of the 3 Ampney's and allows great access to transport corridors in the area. The cottage itself is very well presented with the ground floor presenting a bright sitting room with a stone fireplace and wood burner stove, dining room which leads to a modern fully integrated kitchen and study room. On the upper floor there are 3 well-proportioned double bedrooms with the master presenting a large en suite dressing area and finally a smart family bathroom. Throughout features such as exposed brickwork and beams enhance the beauty of this must see cottage. The mature rear garden is enclosed with a large patio area and there is secure off street parking.

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    This lovely house sits perfectly at the end of the village street surrounded by beautiful Cotswold houses and open farmland.

    Sebastian HipwoodProperty agent

    Local information

    • Ampney St Peter is an unspoilt Cotswold village situated about three miles east of Cirencester. The village is made up of an attractive array of period cottages and houses, surrounded by attractive countryside which has been classified as being of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The house itself is situated within the village Conservation Area and at the end of a No Through lane. The Roman town of Cirencester is the nearest town and provides an excellent range of boutique shops and services. There are two superstores, including Waitrose, an A&E hospital, leisure centre and as well as many clubs and societies. 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 include sailing at the Cotswold Water Park, polo at Cirencester Park, golf at Cirencester Golf Club and National Hunt racing at Cheltenham as well as local rugby and cricket clubs. A good choice of private and state schools is readily available and includes Hatherop Castle, Rendcomb College, Beaudesert Park and the Cheltenham Colleges.

    Additional information

    • Cirencester 3 miles, Kemble Station 10 miles, Swindon 15 miles, Cheltenham 20 miles (all mileages are approximate)
    • EPC Rating = D