Savills | North Cerney, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 7DZ | Properties for sale
23.49 Ac(9.51 Ha)
Guide price £1,500,000

North CerneyCirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 7DZ

  • Freehold

Key features

  • 5 bedroom farmhouse
  • Extensive gardens and tennis court
  • Cotswold Stone Barn
  • Pasture Field
  • Set in about 23.49 acres

Delightful 5 Bedroom Cotswold farmhouse, stone barn and 23.49 acres

About this property

  • Lot 1 comprises Scrubditch Farmhouse, a 5 bedroom Cotswold stone farmhouse with extensive gardens and tennis court, stone barn and field set in about 23.49 acres.

    *OFFERS INVITED BY THE 15th JULY 2020*

    Scrubditch Farmhouse
    Scrubditch Farm enjoys a private rural position, offering potential purchasers a rural idyll in this much sought after area of Gloucestershire. The traditional Cotswold stone farmhouse lies at the heart of the property and originally was a cottage which has been extended over the years to provide more formal entertaining rooms as well as comfortable living rooms and useful utility rooms needed in a country house. The house is about 3571 square feet and extends to five bedrooms. The
    house is not Listed and provides great opportunity to renovate to provide a wonderful family home.

    Particularly charming is the extensive garden which provides both formal spaces and less formal planting schemes. The vendor has enjoyed the garden for many years and the planting has evolved to provide seasonal interest.

    Just to the west of the house is a two storey traditional Cotswold stone barn with workshop below and extensive space above that would suit a variety of ancillary uses. This building extends to approximately 2409 square feet.

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Local information

  • Scrubditch Farm is located just outside the small village of North Cerney, a popular village which supports a church, thriving primary school and an excellent pub, The Bathhurst Arms. The property lies approximately 4 miles north of Cirencester, often referred to as the Capital of the Cotswolds, which has an excellent range of local amenities including
  • supermarkets, restaurants and medical facilities.
  • The property is well placed for commuting, being convenient for Kemble Station (10 miles) from which there is a regular train service to London Paddington (1 hour 12 minutes). There is also easy access to the M4 and M5 with the Fosse Way providing a direct link to the Midlands.

Additional information

  • Directions: From the Bathurst Arms at North Cerney take the road signposted to Bagendon and proceed up the hill passing the church on the left and the entrance to North Cerney House on the right. At the crossroads turn right and shortly thereafter a turning with a triangle of grass will be found on the right hand side. Take this turning and follow the drive to Scrubditch Farm.
  • EPC Rating = F