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An extremely handsome Grade II Listed 5 bedroom house that offers beautifully appointed accommodation, garage & outbuildings and a stunning mature garden, situated on grounds extending to 0.88 of an acre within a popular village. The living space is arranged over three floors comprising on the ground floor a superb kitchen breakfast room which features a bespoke hand made kitchen, wood burner, Falcon range cooker and adjoining pantry with period marble cold slab worktops. There is a delightful drawing room with French windows opening to a rear patio and an open fire with Jetmaster fire. The dining room is atmospheric offering a fireplace with open fire and a stable door opening out to the rear garden. In addition to this is a reception hall with Pither studio stove, a cloakroom and entrance hall/porch. The first floor accommodation provides an impressive dual aspect master bedroom with a modern ensuite shower room, a good sized guest bedroom with ensuite shower and a spacious family bathroom with separate shower enclosure. The second floor living space features three family sized bedrooms.
Kempsford is a small attractive Gloucestershire village standing on the River Thames at the Wiltshire border, and is believed to occupy the site of a Roman settlement. The village offers a primary school, a parish church and a public house, and has good road links to Swindon where the mainline station runs a regular high speed rail link to London, Paddington (58 mins). Farmors School at Fairford is rated one of the best comprehensive schools in the country.
The property is approached via a shared driveway that leads to a high walled entrance and parking area for several vehicles. To the front is a garage and two spacious stone built stables. A path leads to the rear garden which is a south-west facing and an absolute delight. There is a paved terrace abutting the house and looking down the garden to the left is a beautifully spacious area of lawn, part walled, with a central section offering some outstanding mature trees and boxed hedges. To the right is a former walled kitchen garden which now provides an area mainly used to cultivate with vegetable garden and timber sheds. An open timber fence lines the rear boundary affording the property lovely view.
This property is a Grade II Listing building under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.
Grade II Listed
South West Facing Garden
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Two Ensuite Shower Rooms
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