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Located in the heart of the much sought after village of Ashton Keynes this attractive and flexible property provides a wealth of period features that reflect its passage through time dating back to its origins in 1765. Originally two cottages the property is situated within a conservation area and listed grade II for its historical importance. The house sits behind mature hedging and a lawned garden and both the village shop and the ‘outstanding’ primary school are within walking distance.
Constructed predominantly of Cotswold stone the internal features include exposed stone walls, beams and period fireplaces, one housing a wood burning stove. The accommodation briefly comprises sitting room, dining room, family room, kitchen, four bedrooms, bathroom, shower room and attic room. The kitchen is extensively fitted with wall and base units in sage green with granite work tops.
The property has oil fired central heating with electric under floor heating to the kitchen and is being sold without an onward chain.
The popular and sought after village of Ashton Keynes is situated on the Wilts / Glos border and enjoys a number of local facilities including a Church, Primary School, a village shop and a public house, The White Hart. There is also a tennis club in the village, cricket club and Pre-School located within the village hall. Various water sports are avaiable at the Cotswold Water Park and there are railway services to London Paddington from Kemble (78 minutes) and good road links via the M4 and M5 motorway.
Gardens are located to the front of the property and enclosed by a mature hedge line with double opening gates. The gardens are predominately laid to lawn with shrub borders and a paved terrace.
Grade II listed
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