Originally dating back to the 18th century the property has been extended over the years to provide a substantial family home. The ground floor accommodation comprises three reception rooms including a large living/dining room which showcases some of the original character including exposed stone walls and Inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove. Additionally there is a family room with French doors allowing access to the rear garden which features several windows providing an abundance of natural light. The kitchen offers a range of cupboards and drawers with built in appliances including oven and hob, there is additional plumbing and space provided in the utility room for white goods. The ground floor is completed with a cloakroom and a further reception room currently used as a study with dual aspect views over the garden and paddock. The first floor comprises three bedrooms and family bathroom. The master bedroom offers built in wardrobe space and an ensuite including shower, wc and wash hand basin. The family bathroom comprises a modern white suite with wc, bath with shower over and wash hand basin. The property is completed with a loft room providing additional space for a fourth bedroom.
The property sits more than comfortably within a generous sized plot. To the front is an area of lawn fully enclosed with a Cotswold dry stone wall. There is a gravel driveway, secured by a five bar gate, providing access to the rear of the property including plentiful parking for several vehicles. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with an area of decking and patio and is fully enclosed with hedge borders and a gated access point. Furthermore there is a separate paddock enclosed with post and rail fencing, an area with a stable storage shed providing ideal space for livestock or simply additional outside space.
Situated just on the outskirts of this popular town the property enjoys a rural position opposite the North Meadow National Nature reserve whilst still providing excellent access to the local road and rail network including Junction 16 of the M4. Cricklade offers its residents a wealth of amenities and services including several public houses and excellent schools.