Savills | Back Street, Ashton Keynes, SN6 6PD | Property for sale
347.74 sq m(3,743 sq ft)
Guide price £1,175,000

Back StreetAshton Keynes, SN6 6PD

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Village house
  • One bedroom annexe
  • Approximately 1.6 acres of gardens and grounds
  • Ample parking
  • Private location.

A well proportioned family home with an annexe and approximately 1.6 acres of gardens and grounds.

About this property

  • Cleveland House is an outstanding village house which has been extensively enhanced by our clients over the years and benefits from approximately 1.6 acres of land and a useful one bedroom annexe.

    Internally the house comprises a kitchen breakfast room with Aga and a range of wall and floor mounted units, a family room which leads perfectly into a wonderful dining/garden room. At the front of the house there are two further receptions rooms which are currently being used as a music room and sitting room. This floor also includes a utility room and cloakroom. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a study. Of particular merit is the master suite on the top floor which includes its own bathroom and dressing room.

    Externally the property has wonderful gardens and grounds of approximately 1.6 acres which includes a wild flower orchard, vegetable patch and a pond. There is also a fenced paddock behind.

    In addition there is also a spacious garage and a newly converted and well fitted one bedroom annexe.

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A fantastic village house with land and a well fitted annexe

Sebastian HipwoodProperty agent

Local information

  • Cleveland House is situated on the edge of the village and adjoins open countryside. It is within walking distance of all the amenities that make the village so popular, a thriving primary school, post office, community run shop, parish church, a public house and garage. There are an inordinate number of societies in the village; an excellent example of a thriving community.
  • The village is self-sufficient in many ways but Cirencester and Swindon, the two major towns in the area, are both within easy motoring distance and provide comprehensive but differing shopping, commercial and recreational amenities.
  • The village is also situated in the Cotswold Water Park providing water sports, walking, cycling, riding and golf opportunities. The Thames Path passes through the village. There are also leisure centres in Cirencester and Cricklade.
  • Access to London is particularly easy via the M4 (J15/A419 or J16/ B4696) trains from Kemble and Swindon reach Paddington in approximately 55 minutes. There is a bus service that runs directly from the village to the Cheltenham schools.
  • Preparatory and public schools in the area are numerous with Hatherop Castle, Rendcomb College, Prior Park in Cricklade and Pinewood at Bourton all being close by. In addition there are the schools and colleges in Cheltenham. Cirencester has two excellent schools which achieve good results. Ashton Keynes Primary School has an enviable and consistent record in Ofsted inspections and is rated good.

Additional information

  • Cirencester 7 miles • Kemble Station 6miles • Swindon 13 miles
  • M4 (J16) 9 miles) • Cheltenham 23 miles
  • (All mileages and times are approximate)
  • EPC Rating = E