Savills | Daneway, Sapperton, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 6LN | Properties for sale
194.17 sq m(2,090 sq ft)
Guide price £875,000(€1,012,965)

DanewaySapperton, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 6LN


    Key features

    • Country cottage
    • Prime Cotswold location
    • Planning permission to extend
    • Approximately 1.5 acres
    • Ample parking

    Canal side period cottage with planning permission.

    About this property

    • Wharf Cottage is an unique country cottage in the heart of a beautiful Cotswold valley. The cottage possesses all of the charm and character that one expects and has been lovingly enhanced by the current owners.

      Internal accommodation is arranged over three floors, on the ground floor there is a large sitting room complete with working fire and two large windows overlooking the garden to the front. There is also a kitchen breakfast room and dining room. the latter benefits from two sets of French doors to the garden and a window overlooking the old canal. This floor also includes a cloakroom, utility and a very useful storage room which could easily be incorporated into the house.

      On the first floor there are two double bedrooms and two bathrooms. This floor also gives access to the second floor where there is another bedroom and a useful storage attic.

      Externally the property comes with approximately 1.5 acres of mature grounds. There is also ample parking for a number of cars and real scope to further landscape should a buyer wish.

      It is also worth noting that the property has planning permission for a two storey side and single storey rear extension and the erection of a garage and stables. (planning reference 18/04633/FUL)

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    A fantastic rural cottage with scope to extend

    Sebastian HipwoodProperty agent

    Local information

    • Sapperton is an unspoilt and highly sought after Cotswold village, situated about five miles East of Cirencester. The village, which is very much protected by the Bathurst Estate, is predominantly made up of period houses and cottages and supports a Parish Church, Primary School, Village Hall and two Pubs; namely The Bell and The Daneway. The surrounding countryside is particularly attractive with deep coombes and wooded valleys contrasting with the open spaces provided by adjacent farmland and the beautiful Cirencester Park.
    • Cirencester is the nearest centre and provides exceptional day to day shopping facilities, including Marks & Spencer Simply Food, Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets. Larger regional and cultural centres include the fine spa town of Cheltenham with its theatres, the Georgian City of Bath and the regional centre of Gloucester.
    • The property is well placed for both access to the M4 at Junction 15 and the M5 at Junction 11a, which provides quick access to the North and South. The Fosseway also provides a direct link to the Midlands. Kemble Station, about six miles, offers a direct First Great Western service to London Paddington, with a journey time of approximately 75 minutes.
    • The area also provides excellent sporting activities including polo at Cirencester Park, gliding at Aston Downs, golf at Minchinhampton and Cirencester, hunting with the VWH, racing at Cheltenham, water sports at the Cotswold Water Parks and rugby for all levels at The Cirencester Rugby Club. There is a very active tennis club based in the grounds of Cirencester Park and the surrounding countryside with its network if bridleways and footpaths, offers excellent riding and walking.
    • There are highly regarded private schools in the area, including Beaudesert Park, Hatherop Castle and Rendcomb College. In addition there are also the well known Cheltenham schools
    • including Cheltenham College, Cheltenham Ladies and Dean Close. There is also Querns Westonbirt and St Mary's in Calne, Marlborough College, Radley College and the highly regarded
    • Grammar schools in Stroud. For younger children there are first class nursery schools in Cirencester and a primary school in the village.

    Additional information

    • Cirencester 6 miles, Cheltenham 14 miles, Kemble Station 6 miles (mainline station to London Paddington in 75 minutes). (Distances and times are approximate)
    • EPC Rating = F