Marston Meysey, Nr. Cirencester, Wiltshire

£475,000 Sold Subject to Contract
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Property Description

  • Barn conversion
  • Flagstone flooring
  • Kitchen breakfast room
  • Separate living room
  • Two bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms
  • Opposite open countryside
  • South facing garden
  • Gas central heating
  • Engineered timber double glazing

Approached via double five bar gates is this detached barn conversion with flagstone flooring, kitchen breakfast room, living room, two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Situated on a south facing plot to the end of a side lane with one property beyond.

Situated in this very pretty and traditional Cotswold village and surrounded by rolling countryside, with a village pub, Cirencester is 9 miles and Cricklade market town 4.5 miles away.

Comprising kitchen breakfast room, living room, two bedrooms, two bathrooms. The front door leads into the kitchen diner, with space for a dining table, side board, chair for putting on shoes and a belfast sink overlooking the garden. A door leads through to the living room. A corridor leads off the kitchen to the bedrooms with an airing cupboard housing a gas combination boiler is next to a jacket and shoe cupboard. Bedroom one is to the far end of the hallway with an en-suite shower room. Bedroom two has a built in double wardrobe and en-suite bathroom. The vendor informs us the loft is boarded.

Outside the garden is to the front of the property, is of a southerly aspect, offers space for driveway parking, has a good patio area, lawn and shrub borders. There is a sizeable shed with power and a heater.

Agents note: The property lies within a conservation area, has mains gas, electricity and water, with drainage provided by a sewage treatment plant situated in the far corner of the garden.

Marston Meysey is quintessentially English Cotswold village, located 9 miles from Cirencester and 4.5 miles from the saxon market town of Cricklade. Nearby Whelford benefits from its own farm shop, 'Wayside Farm Shop', selling a variety of daily essentials and is set in the Cotswold Water Park with 180 lakes, stretching across 40 square miles. The area is surrounded by picturesque Cotswold countryside, nearby Kempsford benefits from a pre-school and primary school with further education only a stone's throw away at the very well regarded Farmor's Sixth Form college in Fairford. The George pub is located in Kempsford and Fairford offers a wide variety of restaurants, cafes and pubs only two miles away. The village provides good road communications via the A419 southbound to London via the M4 and northbound to Birmingham via the M5. Train links to all major destinations are also available from Swindon circa 13 miles away and Cirencester approximately 9 miles.

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