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An attractive Grade II Listed three bedroom semi-detached house that offers 1330 square feet of updated accommodation, ample parking, south-west facing garden, and situated on a plot extending to 0.15 of an acre in the centre of this thriving and sought after village. The living space is arranged over two floors and comprises on the ground floor a spacious kitchen breakfast room that offers a range of modern gloss finished fitted units, a combination of granite and solid wood worktops, and a pantry. There is a family / dining room with double doors opening out to the garden, and a lovely sitting room complete with window seat and wood burner. In addition to this is a modern cloakroom, a hallway and a porch / entrance hall. The first floor accommodation has a light and airy feel and provides three good sized bedrooms, a spacious landing and a family bathroom with separate shower enclosure.
The popular and sought after village of Ashton Keynes is situated on the Wiltshire / Gloucestershire border and enjoys a number of local facilities including a Church, Primary School, a village shop, a village hall, and a public house, The White Hart. There is also a tennis club in the village, golf, riding, and sailing close by at the Cotswold Water Park. Further facilities can be found in the market town of Cirencester. There are main line railway services to London (Paddington) from Kemble (1 hour 17 minutes) and good road communications via the M4, junctions 15 & 16 and M5 motorway.
To the front of the property is a gravelled parking area with access approached from a shared entrance / bridge with the neighbouring property. There is a stone outbuilding at the front which is divided into two and offers excellent storage, and a front garden which is laid to gravel, enclosed by a Cotswold stone dwarf wall and fronts onto the River Thames. To the rear of the property is a paved terrace adjoining the house and a good sized garden which is mainly laid to lawn, and backs onto open farmland to the rear.
This property is a Grade II Listed 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
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