Little Kent End is a Cotswolds village property thought to date back to the 1800s tucked away in Ashton Keynes, a village in the heart of the Cotswolds water park which features in the Domesday Book.
Although updated by subsequent owners, the house boasts plenty of remaining period detail including wooden beams and a pretty fireplace with a multifuel wood burner. There is also the opportunity to extend the house, subject to planning permissions.
Internally the house has a sitting room/dining room with a bright conservatory and a kitchen overlooking the west-facing back garden.
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Upstairs are three double bedrooms and a large family bathroom and the house also has a large attic room which could be converted into additional accommodation.
The gardens come to around 0.75 of an acre and feature a two storey barn and a double garade.
Little Kent End is situated in the pretty Cotswold village of Ashton Keynes, through which runs the upper Thames. The land to the rear of the house is home to a medieval ring and bailey earthwork and is protected by English Heritage. The village has a primary school, church, post office, general stores and two pubs; Cirencester is just six miles for further amenities.
The guide price is £675,000. For further information contact Savills on 01285 627 552 or visit www.savills.co.uk.
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