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Tucked away towards the head of a private no through road, close to the heart of this popular Cotswold village is this well presented semi-detached Grade II Listed cottage which provides well presented and flexible living accommodation arranged over two floors. The kitchen/breakfast room is of a generous size with ample space for breakfast table and chairs and has been extensively fitted with integral appliances to include fridge, freezer and dishwasher with a window and door out to the rear garden. The sitting room has an inglenook fireplace housing a wood burning stove and the dining room is full of character and charm with exposed beams and an inglenook fireplace. Further ground floor living space comprises a cloakroom and study. To the first floor there are three well proportioned bedrooms with an en suite shower to the master bedroom and a family bathroom. AGENTS NOTE: Please be advised a section of the main bedroom forms part of a Flying Freehold.
The village of Sherborne is set on the southern side of a lovely valley approx. 1 mile north of the A40 and 5 miles west of Burford. Made up largely of period houses and cottages and dominated by Sherborne House, a magnificent mansion formerly the house of Lord Sherborne, much of the village is now owned by the National Trust who also control some thousands of acres of the surrounding countryside. Unusually for such villages today it has a shop, tea room, primary school, village club and bar whilst the nearby market towns of Burford, Northleach and Bourton on the Water provide a range of facilities. Cheltenham, Oxford and Cirencester are the main shopping and cultural centres for the area. Communications with London are either by car via the A40 and M40 or by train from Kingham about 12 miles away (75 mins approx to Paddington).
To the front of the property is a garden which is mainly laid to lawn enclosed by a low Cotswold stone wall. A gravel driveway to the side provides parking for a number of vehicles with access into the rear garden which is enclosed by stone walling, mostly laid to lawn with a stone terrace abutting the rear of the cottage. Within the garden is a delightful detached natural stone garden room with large picture window with shutters and a tiled floor creating a lovely garden retreat.
Agents Note: Photographs taken February 2014
Grade II Listed
Kitchen Breakfast Room
En Suite Shower Room
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