Property details

Cheltenham Road, Cirencester



  • Beautiful Period Farmhouse
  • 1.54 Acres of Gardens &Grounds
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • Farmhouse Kitchen with Aga
  • Outbuildings and garaging
  • Potential Income Opportunity

Cheltenham Road, Cirencester: £850,000

SOLD – SIMILAR PROPERTIES URGENTLY REQUIRED – A beautifully presented period Cotswold Stone former farmhouse set within delightful gardens and grounds of about 1.54 acres

THE PROPERTY The exceptional property is an immaculately presented detached Cotswold Stone Edwardian former farmhouse set within delightful gardens and grounds of approximately 1.54 acres. Approached over a sweeping gravelled driveway, the house sits centrally within its plot and has the benefit of a number of useful outbuildings and garages with potential for conversion.

The beautifully presented accommodation extends to approximately 2273 sq.ft internally and includes three elegant reception rooms, a large farmhouse kitchen with Aga, five bedrooms and two spacious bathrooms together with all important cloakrooms, utility and useful cellar. Within the gardens are various outbuildings including a double and open fronted barn whilst a range of former outbuildings have lapsed planning for conversion to ancillary accommodation with uses such as granny annexe, home office or potential letting income.

SITUATION The property is located off the Cheltenham Road between the villages of Perrotts Brook and Baunton approximately 2.5 miles from the historic market town of Cirencester which has many interesting and entertaining attractions such as a market square which is regularly used for farmers markets and crafts and antiques markets.

Cirencester Park is an additional attraction and offers and idyllic location for dog walking, family picnics, horse riding and a polo club where world class players compete, including the likes of Prince William and Prince Harry. Additionally there are main line rail services to London Paddington from Kemble (about 7 miles). Gloucestershire is noted for both its private and state run schools. Of the former, Rendcomb, Beaudesert, Hatherop Castle, Westonbirt, Royal Agricultural College and Cheltenham Colleges are within daily driving distance. There is a village shop and post office in Stratton and the popular Bathurst Arms public house is about 2 miles away. The property has good communications being about a mile from the A417 dual carriageway providing access to Junction 15 of the M4 at Swindon and the M5 at Gloucester.

EXTERNAL The property sits within delightful gardens and grounds extending in all to about 1.54 acres. Approached over a sweeping gravelled driveway with dual access, the formal gardens are beautifully tended, laid to lawns with a wide variety of mature trees and shrubs. In addition there is a useful paddock whilst a range of outbuildings include double and single garages. A further range of former farm buildings have lapsed planning consent granted by Cotswold District Council Ref 08/00353/FUL for conversion to create a granny annex, home office, garaging or two holiday lets.

SERVICES Mains water & electricity are connected. Oil Fired Central Heating. Private drainage

AGENTS NOTE In accordance with the Estate Agents Act 1979, we hereby notify that this property is owned by a relative of a director of James Pyle & Co.

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