A beautiful Grade II Listed, 17th Century Georgian House which has been nurtured by the current owners and offers large spacious rooms with high ceilings.
A beautiful Grade II Listed, 17th Century Georgian House in dressed limestone incorporating some medieval features, said to be from the remains of the Hospital of St. John the Baptist, founded for travellers and pre-1231.
Approached into a stone porch, the double door opens into a hallway with a wide staircase sweeping up to the first floor.
The kitchen is dual aspect with large windows overlooking the front and smaller ones facing the back. The kitchen is fitted with a good range of storage and integrated appliances, an island unit and room for a table and chairs. There is a downstairs cloakroom and storage for coats and shoes, a door leads to the rear of the property. From the hallway leads a dining room with plenty of storage and windows overlooking the front. The sitting room is a glorious example of Georgian splendour with large dual aspect windows with original shutters, a feature fireplace with a wood burning stove, and classic open shelving either side of the fire.
On the first floor there are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom, they all have high ceilings and two bedrooms have built-in storage. On the second floor there are two double bedrooms, one with a large dressing area which is currently used as a sitting room. A shower room completes the accommodation.
Outside there is driveway parking for two cars, a large front garden, mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees. The rear of the house has access to the side, storage for wood and a useful shed with overhead storage. There is a large garden, vegetable patch, and raised decked area.
AMENITIES Cricklade is a small picturesque town in north Wiltshire, half way between Swindon and Cirencester, surrounded by lovely countryside and is ideal for walking, riding and cycling. At the north of the town is North Meadow, now a National Nature Reserve, and home to the rare 'Snakeshead Fritillary' which flowers in April.
The town is at the southern gateway to the Cotswold Water Park which offers sailing, water/jet skiing, fishing, and bird watching. The town also offers a museum and many fine shops, pubs and restaurants.
There is a state primary school and also an independent school. There are good motorway links with the M4 and M5 via the A419 and there is a bus service to Cirencester, Swindon, Ashton Keynes and Wootton Bassett.
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