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Standing in grounds extending to 0.35 of an acre is this extremely attractive four bedroom detached period cottage that is beautifully nestled within a picturesque Cotswold village that lies just 5 miles to the north of Cirencester. This charming cottage was extended and updated in 2008 by the current owners and provides living space arranged over two floors comprising on the ground floor two spacious reception rooms both with inglenook fireplaces and wood burning stoves. The kitchen breakfast room features a full complement of fitted wooden units and an oil fired AGA. In addition to this is a ground floor shower room, rear hall and an entrance hall / porch. The first floor provides a triple aspect master bedroom with fitted wardrobes. There is a good sized guest bedroom which has a spiral staircase leading to an attic room, and two further single bedrooms and a spacious family bathroom. Exposed beams and window seats are prevalent throughout.
Duntisbourne Leer is in a Conservation Area and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which helps preserve it as one of the prettiest villages in the Cotswolds. Cirencester (6 miles) has an excellent range of shops and services and Cheltenham is the main regional centre. Bath, Bristol, Swindon and Oxford are also within daily commuting distance. Kemble Station (London Paddington 75 minutes approx.) is about 9 miles and the village is conveniently about a mile from the A417 for dual carriageway access to Junction 15 of the M4 at Swindon. Local sporting opportunities include a number of golf courses, National Hunt racing at Cheltenham, polo at Cirencester Park and Edgeworth and many lovely walks in the surrounding countryside.
To the front is a 5 bar gate that opens into a gravelled driveway suitable for numerous vehicles. There is access to a stone built store which is attached to the house. To the rear is a paved terrace which leads out to an extensive area of lawn enclosed by established trees and hedging. In this area of garden is a wood shed and a good sized log store. From here a gate open into the upper section of garden which has formerly been used as a vegetable garden and offers prospective buyers scope to cultivate their own garden. It further benefits from a secondary vehicular access to the lane. Post and rail fence encloses the boundary and this section offers outstanding rural views of the Duntisbourne Valley.
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Entrance / Porch
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