Upper Up, High Street, South Cerney, Cirencester, GL7
£1,300,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 6
The property is understood to have been connected to a former Malt House as the name suggests, and has been improved and extended now providing well-presented accommodation of about 3,300 sq. ft. arranged over 3 floors. The living space is currently split between two adjoining properties, with the benefit of an interconnecting door. Within the main house are two well-proportioned reception rooms each with doors framing wonderful views of the gardens, and a lovely central kitchen fitted with a good range of units, ample space for informal dining and with an adjoining utility room. A cloakroom and useful storage further enhance the ground floor space. A large first floor landing provides space for a home office, and access to two bedrooms, a shower room and generous family bathroom, with two further characterful bedrooms located on the second floor. Within the adjoining cottage, which has its own

separate access, is a sitting room with large fireplace, a galley kitchen and conservatory with two bedrooms and a bathroom arranged over the first and second floors above.

Outside

The gardens are a major feature of this village home, and in all extend to some 0.3 acres. To the front of the property, gates open to a paved courtyard enclosed by natural stone walling with areas of planting, and space to park.. Two inter-connecting outbuildings provide excellent storage, and the enclosed side and rear gardens enjoy a wonderful connection to the main reception rooms. These wonderfully landscaped gardens enjoy wide swathes of lawn, mature trees, colourful herbaceous borders, a vegetable garden and perfectly positioned terraces to enjoy the garden. A detached studio provides a useful building for a multitude of uses, and is in addition to a garden shed.

pSituation

South Cerney is a large village about 3 miles to the South of Cirencester and stands at the south-eastern rise of the Cotswold Hills with the River Churn running through it. Within the village there is a primary school, village hall, parish church, various shops including two small supermarkets, chemist and several pubs. It is accessible to either Kemble or Swindon for rail access to London (Paddington 58 minutes) and the M4 and M5 motorways. Close by is the Cotswold Water Park, nature reserves, walks, picnic sites and a number of bridleways.

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