A well presented semi-detached stone-built residence looking onto a shared Green owned by the Kemble Park residents with a plot measuring just under half an acre in total. The interior design cleverly blends the period features such as the high ceilings, stone mullion windows and exposed beams with a contemporary and stylish decor including ash floor boards running through the majority of the property. Several improvements have been made by the current owners including the addition of an ‘orangery style’ reception room with a lantern roof. The stunning front door sets the scene as it opens into the hall. From here the cloakroom is found along with the the staircase and a further door opens into an open plan dining room with the
kitchen/breakfast room behind. The kitchen is fitted with contemporary units and central island and aga. The sitting room faces the Green and has a fashionable inset wood burner. Handmade oak folding doors lead into the orangery which connects into the kitchen. Upstairs you are greeted by a welcoming landing. The main bedroom suite comprises of a dressing area, bedroom with copious amounts of fitted wardrobes and an ensuite shower room. There are two further bedrooms and a luxurious bathroom. The top floor houses a stunning 29’7″ attic bedroom with exposed beams.
The grounds are a huge asset. The majority of the gardens are enclosed with Cotswold walling and wooden picket fencing with two terraces of lawn, one of which leads into a woodland area. A delightful ‘Victorian style’ kitchen garden can be seen with raised beds and block paved pathways. (Greenhouse is not a part of the sale). Garage (Possessory Title), parking, home office and store. Rear courtyard. Communal Green jointly owned by the Kemble Park residents.
- Three reception Rooms
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Main bedroom suite
- Two further bedrooms
- Family Bathroom
- 29 ft Attic bedroom
- Home office & store
- Magnificent Gardens
- Garage & Parking
Kemble Park is a small and exclusive collection of period dwellings, formerly the stables and coach houses to Kemble House, a Grade II listed country mansion. It is located down the original drive which sweeps through mainly open plan privately owned grounds, that are abundantly filled with mature trees giving an arboretum feel.
A private gated path leads into the churchyard. Kemble is a Cotswold village lying between the towns of Cirencester and Malmesbury. Its popularity is enhanced by the railway station with a direct link to London (Paddington) in 75 minutes and the primary school. It boasts a shop with post office services, doctor’s surgery with pharmacy and a public house.
Leave Cirencester on the A429 towards Tetbury passing the entrance to Royal Agricultural University. Turn left towards Kemble following the A429. As you enter the village turn off left onto West Lane and then turn left into School Road passing Church Road on your right. Turn next right into Kemble Park.
Postcode: GL7 6AA
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Whitaker Seager.
Fixtures and Fitting: Some mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. All others are specifically excluded but may be made available by separate negotiation.
Local Authorities: Cotswold District. Council Tax Band F and EPC rating D
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