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A simply delightful three bedroom attached barn conversion that offers beautifully presented accommodation, parking, gardens and outstanding views over Duchy of Cornwall land, situated within this idyllic period development in a highly sought after village. The property has been maintained to a high standard and offers living space arranged over two floors comprising on the ground floor a spacious dining hall with tiled floor and door to the sitting room which features a fireplace with wood burner and door to the garden. Of special note is the kitchen breakfast room which offers a full complement of painted units, an Alpha Range cooker and door to the terrace and stunning views. To complete the ground floor is a utility cloakroom which provides more fitted units, condensing boiler and WC, basin. The first floor accommodation offers a master bedroom with a contemporary ensuite with feature roll top bath. There are two further well proportioned bedrooms both serviced by a modern shower room. Vaulted ceilings and exposed beams provide a light and airy feel.
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 links 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 1h 20 mins).
To the front of the development is a gravelled parking area with two spaces for the property. A gate opens into the gardens which lie to the side and rear. There is a paved and gravelled seated area positioned off the back of the kitchen which makes a perfect spot to place table and chairs and enjoy the outstanding views. Alongside this is an area laid to lawn which leads through to a timber shed, and side garden which is mainly paved and gravelled. The gardens are enclosed by Cotswold stone walling.
There is an annual maintenance charge of £400 which covers the communal septic tank, lighting and grounds.
Period Barn Conversion
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Utility / Cloakroom
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