Yew Tree Cottage is an extremely handsome period property believed to date from the mid 18th century, built of Cotswold stone and listed Grade II. The house is south0-facing and as such the accommodation, arranged over three floors, is airy and light.
Bedrooms are currently arranged over all three floors, making the layout extremely flexible, and there is considerable scope for a new owner to enlarge, reconfigure, or refurbish the existing accommodation, relevant to the necessary consents.
The house comprises hall, sitting room, dining room, study, family room/bedroom five, kitchen with Aga, store room, playroom, bedroom four, master suite and two further bedrooms, and the family bathroom.
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Outside is a large stone building, some former pigsties and a workshop, all with tons of potential. The rear garden is a good size and principally laid-to-lawn with a small vegetable garden. Beyond this is a small paddock and a stable block with two stbles and a barn. The side garden has a small lawn with pretty flower borders.
Yew Tree Cottage is situated in a no-through road in Ampney St Mary in Gloucestershire. The village is one of a cluster just four miles east of Cirencester which has an excellent range of local services.
The guide price is £895,000. For further information please contact Knight Frank on 01285 659 771 or visit search.knightfrank.com.