- Grade ll listed
- Circa. 2,200 sq. ft. main house
- Circa. 500 sq. ft. one bed annexe
- Circa. 300 sq. ft. one bed annexe
- Circa. 4.2 acres
- Two vehicular access points
- Brick stores & greenhouse
- Village hall, church & pub
- Village primary school
Situated on circa. 4.2 acres a detached Grade ll listed 2,200 sq. ft. character cottage plus a 300 sq. ft. and 500 sq. ft. one bedroom holiday let/annexe buildings. Main house comprising three receptions, four bedrooms (one ground floor) and two bathrooms.
There are two vehicular accesses to the property, one providing independent access to the land where the current owners have two yurts for woodland camping. There is also two small paddocks (with off road vehicular access). Located in the heart of the village within a walk to the pub, church and primary school.
Main house comprising entrance porch, dining room, kitchen, second reception, living room, ground floor bedroom/study, ground floor shower room, three first floor bedrooms and first floor bathroom. Smaller annexe cottage comprises lounge/kitchen/diner, bedroom and shower room. Larger annexe cottage comprises lounge/kitchen/diner, bedroom and shower room and separate WC. The main house has a wealth of character with flagstone floors, beams and fireplaces. The smaller annexe has exposed beams and a modern finish with exposed stone walls to remind of its heritage. The larger annexe offers more flexibility due to its size, currently being used as a home office, but could be used perhaps for wedding events or similar due to having a very good vantage point over the garden combined with access out to a very private patio.
Outside double gates lead off a central village green area into a large expanse of gravel parking. The gardens offer something for all tastes with a vegetable area with green house and brick stores, a child’s play area, a woodland walk, a central pond, space for yurts or similar and the two paddocks.
Kempsford is a Cotswold village, located 11.5 miles from Cirencester and 5.8 miles from the saxon market town of Cricklade. Kempsford benefits from its own primary school, church, village hall. There is a convenience shop in nearby Down Ampney and a farm shop in nearby Whelford, ‘Wayside Farm Shop’, selling a variety of daily essentials. Set in the Cotswold Water Park with 180 lakes, stretching across 40 square miles, the area is surrounded by picturesque Cotswold countryside. Further education is 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 3.6 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. 10.2 miles away and Kemble circa. 15 miles.