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A quintessential stone cottage listed as Grade II which enjoys an elevated position with views towards the church. The property is located within a popular Cotswold village with easy access to Cirencester and in recent years has been extended to the ground floor to create a lovely open plan kitchen breakfast room. The living space briefly comprises of dual aspect sitting room with oak flooring, splay bay window overlooking the rear garden and a fireplace with wood burning stove. The kitchen breakfast room is a lovely bright room with a dual aspect and additional Velux windows, fitted floor and base units and access through to a rear lobby with utility room and cloakroom. Located off the sitting there is a small lobby with staircase and study. To the first floor are three bedrooms (fitted wardrobes to bedroom two) and family bathroom. This property also benefits from an oil fired central heating system.
The pretty and unspoilt village of Daglingworth lies c.3miles North of Cirencester, stretching along a winding country lane which follows the Duntisbourne Valley. The village itself has a church and village hall, while a primary school, shop and post office can be found less than 2 miles away in Stratton. The market town of Cirencester provides very good schools and a comprehensive range of shopping, recreational and sporting facilities. Road communications are excellent with the nearby A417/419 bringing Cheltenham and the M5, and Swindon and the M4, within easy travelling distance. In addition, nearby Kemble station provides a direct line into Paddington (approx. time 1h 20 mins).
The property is approached from the village lane with a short flight of stone steps leading up to the property and to the front porch.
Externally, the gardens are well tended and set over two main levels accessed via a set of wooden steps with hand rail; the boundaries are enclosed by a range of stone walling and beech hedging and the majority of the garden is laid to lawn with a wide expanse of decking creating a perfect seating area. The top level of the garden is laid to lawn and has a superb views across to the church.
This building is listed as Grade II under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.
Grade II Listed
Detached Period Cottage
Kitchen Dining Room
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