Wheatsheaf Lane, Oaksey: £1,195 pcm
Situated in the heart of this sought after village, an exquisite period Cotswold stone cottage offering beautifully presented character accommodation to include three bedrooms, two reception rooms, a delightful kitchen, utility/cloakroom and sunny west facing garden.
DESCRIPTION This charming period cottage is situated within the sought after village of Oaksey in easy walking distance to many amenities and countryside walks. The cottage is an absolute gem having been meticulously renovated over the years creating a beautifully finished home with a wealth of original character and an interior commensurate with ‘Homes and Gardens’.
The accommodation extends to around 947 sq.ft in all and is arranged over three floors which includes a living room boasting a hand crafted bath stone open fireplace and original oak beamed ceiling through to a light & airy well equipped kitchen with shaker style units complimented by solid oak worktops and is open plan to the dining room with oak flooring and door leading into the garden. A separate utility room with wc has room for appliances and houses the Alpha LPG gas boiler. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms with fitted cupboards and a stylish Heritage bathroom with separate shower whilst the original winder staircase leads up to a stunning attic room with arched beams and trusses. Finishing touches include beautifully finished bespoke joinery including natural oak doors whilst the house is warmed by gas central heating (LPG) and has double glazed windows throughout.
Externally, there is a delightful south-west facing sunny garden laid easy to maintain with borders and shrubs. There is ample space for al fresco dining and a small shed. On street parking is readily available at the front.
SITUATION Oaksey is a pretty Cotswold village nestling on the border between North Wiltshire and Gloucestershire just a few miles from the busy upmarket town of Cirencester to the north with a large variety of shops and amenities. Tetbury and Malmesbury to the south are also similarly close by. The village has a pretty church, the Wheatsheaf Inn and a highly sought after primary school, as well as retaining its well supported village shop and post office. Oaksey is situated on the edge of the Cotswold Water Park where a wide variety of activities can be enjoyed as well as a 9 hole golf course on the edge of the village. There is easy access to the commercial centres of Swindon and Bristol and beyond. The mainline rail services to London from nearby Kemble which is 5 miles away (Paddington c.75 mins).