3 Bedroom Cottage for sale in Chelworth Road, Cricklade
Dating back to the 1850s, this detached period cottage is set towards the rural edge of this popular small town backing onto fields and has a large mature garden. No onward chain. 3 double bedrooms, 2 receptions, conservatory, 2 bathrooms, fitted kitchen, parking and garage.
- Detached Period Home
- 3 Double Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 2 Receptions & Conservatory
- Private Off Road Parking plus Garage
- Large Mature Garden
- Backing onto fields
- Walking distance to town centre
- Scope for extending
- No onward chain
DESCRIPTION Canal Cottage is a detached period cottage, the original part of which is believed to date back to around 1850 and is situated in a leafy lane within walking distance of the town centre of Cricklade yet also close to and adjoining fields and countryside. The cottage was once positioned along the now dormant North Wiltshire Canal from which its name originates. Set within a delightful large and mature garden with various outbuildings, the property has a detached garage with power and ample parking in front over a gravelled driveway. Internally, the accommodation is filled with natural light and boasts excellent flowing living accommodation in particular. The ground floor layout includes two reception rooms, the living room of which with wood burner, and a conservatory overlooking the garden. The kitchen is well-fitted with integral appliances including a fridge and dishwasher, whilst a versatile downstairs shower room houses further appliances. On the first floor, there are three double bedrooms and a generous bathroom with separate bath and shower. The accommodation extends in all to 1,281 sq.ft. whilst the whole plot extends to 0.20 acres providing scope for extending, subject to the usual planning consents.
SITUATION Cricklade is a small town set along the River Thames and situated equidistance between Swindon and the market town of Cirencester, the latter known as the capitol of the Cotswolds. The town has a pretty High Street with an array of amenities including a variety of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants to choose from. The town is located close to the Cotswold Water Park which boasts some 140 lakes for recreation and leisure whilst The Thames Path National trail passes through the town. There are ample sporting opportunities within the town having an active leisure centre, football club, rugby club and cricket club. The town is very well placed for commuting networks with the A419 just a few minutes' drive away providing access to Gloucester, Cheltenham, the M4 and Swindon where there are direct trains to London.
TENURE & SERVICES We understand the property is Freehold with mains gas central heating, mains drainage, water and electricity.