For Sale - Chapel Road, Kempsford
Guide Price | £285,000
- Charming two bed cottage
- Sitting room
- Fitted kitchen
- Master en suite
- Additional shower room
- Courtyard garden
A charming two bed cottage with sitting room, fitted kitchen, master en suite, further bedroom and a shower room. Courtyard garden.
ENTRANCE PORCH Entrance door with glazed panel. Quarry tiled flooring. Exposed stonework.
SITTING ROOM 13’4 x 10’10 Two windows seats. Red brick and stone fireplace with wooden cross beam and woodburner as fitted. Stained floorboards. Television point. Two radiators. Exposed ceiling timbers. Recessed shelf. Telephone point.
SHOWER ROOM 10’3 x 5’4 Oversize tiled cubicle with Bristan shower. Low level WC. Pedestal wash basin. Tiled
surrounds. Tiled flooring. Inset ceiling spotlights. Built in cupboard.
KITCHEN 11’10 x 8’5 Enamel sink unit with mixer tap above inset into a wooden worksurface with cupboard below. Further range of fitted wall and base units. Tiled splashbacks. Tiled flooring. Breakfast bar. Four ring De Longhi gas hob with extractor canopy above and built in De Longhi cooker
below. Space and plumbing for automatic washing machine. Further utility space. Staircase to first floor.
LANDING Radiator. Wall light. Exposed timber.
MASTER BEDROOM: 12’2 x 10’11 Stained floorboards. Built in double wardrobe. Exposed timbers.
EN SUITE BATHROOM 11’4 x 4’9 Roll top bath with mixer tap shower and cradle. Pedestal wash basin. Low level WC.
Radiator. Tiled surrounds. Tiled flooring. Extractor fan. Heated towel rail.
BEDROOM TWO 11’9 x 8’5 Stained floorboards. Radiator. Built in wardrobe. Exposed timbers.
OUTSIDE Wrought iron gate and railings. Path to entrance. Paved forecourt with raised borders. Wall shed. The pathway extends to the garden. Courtyard garden. Laid mainly to patio. Cotswold stone wall with red brick pillars and trellis. Raised borders. Outside tap. Outside light.
KEMPSFORD Kempsford, which includes the hamlets of Whelford and Dunfield, lies in Gloucestershire upon the Thames halfway between Cricklade and Lechlade, where the river divides Gloucestershire from Wiltshire.
A small Cotswold village made up principally of period houses and cottages, the village offers a post office, a cricket club, primary school, parish church and a public houses.