Ampney Crucis, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7

£895,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Waterton Farm House is a very pretty former farmhouse, believed to date back to the early 18th Century and is built in the vernacular style of natural Cotswold stone under a traditional stone tiled roof. It is Listed Grade II as being of special architectural and historical interest.

The living accommodation is arranged over 3 floors and extends to just over 3,300 sq ft in total. All the main rooms enjoy a south-facing aspect and overlook the walled garden. The house has a lovely feel and is full of charm and character with period features including high ceilings, fireplaces, exposed beams, flagstones, window seats and a number of leaded light windows. Outside, a five-bar gate leads to a gravelled parking area in front of a double garage/workshop. A gate leads to the walled front garden. Immediately in front of the house is a wide gravelled pathway and beyond the porch a flagstone paved sitting area, from which a door leads into the kitchen making it an ideal place for outside dining. Steps lead up between stone retaining walls to an expanse of lawn which is shaded in part by a mature Ash tree. To the east of the house there is a former kitchen garden and beyond a small area of orchard which is walled on 3 sides. The land is not contiguous with the house but lies across the small access lane. It is subdivided by a post-and-wire and is enclosed by stone walls on 3 sides. There is a lovely copse of mature trees in one corner.

Cirencester 3 miles, Fairford 6 miles, Kemble Station 7 miles (Paddington 80 minutes), Swindon 15 miles, Cheltenham 18 miles, M4 (J15) 17 miles, M5 (J11A) 18 miles. (All times and distances are approximate)

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