Ewen, Cirencester, GL7

£850,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Available with no onward chain is this detached family home offering flexible accommodation, sitting on an approximate third of an acre and secluded plot in the ever popular and conveniently located village of Ewen.

Honeystone House is a detached family home offering flexible accommodation, sitting on an approximate third of an acre and secluded plot in the ever popular and conveniently located village of Ewen.

It is fair to say that the property is in need of updating, but at the same time offers a buyer wonderful potential to extend and reconfigure further, subject to the necessary regulations and planning permissions, to create a truly stunning home in this magnificent setting.

Arranged over two floors the accommodation currently comprises entrance hall, shower room, kitchen breakfast room, dining room, second entrance hall and large sitting room to the ground floor. The first floor provides three bedrooms, family bathroom and a snug/secondary sitting room.

Outside, the property sits on an approximate third of an acre plot with house itself fairly centrally positioned within the plot and well screened from neighbouring properties and the road. A drive leads to the property and provides ample off street parking with a number of outbuildings beyond. The main body of garden is laid to lawn and benefits from a southerly aspect.

Ewen is a highly regarded Cotswold village found about 3 miles south of Cirencester and home of the with the popular Wild Duck pub (currently closed for refurbishment).

The neighbouring village of Kemble supports a general stores/post office, Parish Church, active community hall, primary school as well as a railway station providing a service to London Paddington.

The lovely ancient town of Cirencester is the nearest market town and provides an excellent range of boutiques, shops, services and amenities. In addition to the two superstores (Waitrose and Tesco) there is also a cottage hospital, leisure centre and tennis, cricket and rugby clubs for all ages. Other local sporting opportunities include sailing and fishing at the Cotswold Water Park, boating on the river Thames, gliding at Aston Down and 18 hole golf courses at Cirencester, Minchinhampton and South Cerney.

There is also a good selection of schools in the area, both state and private. The latter includes Westonbirt, Beaudesert Park, Hatherop Castle, Rendcomb College as well as the schools and Colleges in Cheltenham. In Cirencester the well regarded state schools include Deer Park, Kingshill and Cirencester College, and there is easy access to the renowned Grammar Schools in Cheltenham and Stroud.

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