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Standing in a plot extending to 0.23 of an acre is this handsome Grade II Listed two bedroom detached house that offers around 1900 square feet of accommodation, garage / workshop, front and rear gardens, and situated within a sought after village near Cirencester. The living space comprises on the ground floor a spacious kitchen family room with a range of fitted units and a family / breakfast area with inglenook fireplace and wood burner. Double doors lead through to the sitting room which has a part vaulted ceiling, a fireplace with open fire and a door opening out to the garden. There is a dining room situated to the front of the house with a lovely and light garden room adjoining. In addition to this is a study, a good sized utility and a cloakroom. The first floor accommodation provides two well proportioned double bedrooms, one of which is open to the vaulted ceiling part of the sitting room, and a family bathroom with window seat. A set of stairs (with restricted head height) lead up to the second floor which features a delightful and spacious attic room which could (subject to consent) be a further bedroom if the staircase is repositioned.
Somerford Keynes lies 4 miles South of Cirencester. The village is skirted to the West by the infant River Thames and has a well used village hall, Church and well regarded public house in the Bakers Arms. The nearest state primary schools are at South Cerney and Ashton Keynes. The picturesque market town of Cirencester offers a comprehensive range of state and private schools, shops and recreational facilities. Kemble railway station is just over 3 miles away with main line rail services to London Paddington (78 minutes). The M4 and M5 are approximately 14 and 20 miles away respectively.
To the front is a gated entrance with driveway leading to a garage and outbuilding. There is a gravelled area in front of the house which is ideal to position table and chairs to enjoy the evening sun. To the rear is a lovely garden mainly laid to lawn and enclosed by mature trees and shrubbery within a walled perimeter.
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
Attic Room / Potential Bedroom 3
Kitchen Family Room
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