A charming four bedroom period cottage set back from the village lane, enjoying a generous plot extending to some 0.37 acres with fantastic far reaching rural views.
The property has been subject to a program of works in recent years yet still retains a host of period features including flagstone flooring, exposed beams and stone walls, and an impressive inglenook fireplace to the sitting room.
The property is arranged over two floors with the ground floor comprising an entrance porch, a characterful sitting room, fitted kitchen including a good range of wall and base units and an Aga. The adjacent dining room has double opening glazed doors leading out to the rear garden and provides access to a useful study, a perfect vantage point to view the garden and surrounding countryside.
The first floor consists of a primary bedroom with built in wardrobes and stunning rural views, three further bedrooms and a good sized family bathroom.
The village of Oaksey lies on the Wilts/Glos border just 7 miles from Cirencester. Within the village there is a post office/shop, primary school, pub/restaurant, golf course and church which are increasingly rare facilities to find in our small rural communities. The village of Kemble (about 4 miles) also has a village shop and a train service to London, Paddington which takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes, also a regular bus route from the village to both Cirencester and Malmesbury.
The property can be accessed via two gates. One providing vehicle access and off road parking, and another via a pedestrian gate into the front garden. To the side of the cottage is an area of patio with a small well-stocked herb garden and log store.
There is a mature rear garden with well stocked borders and a large expanse of lawn, with a further area of enclosed paddock containing an orchard of fruit trees, wild flower meadow and rear gated access to the countryside. This area of land is deemed as agricultural usage.
In all the whole plot extends to some 0.37 acres.