Sold - Linden Lea, Down Ampney
Guide Price | £635,000
- Impressive five bed detached
- Four reception rooms
- Refitted kitchen/breakfast room
- Two en suite bedrooms
- Double garage
- Good sized gardens
- Backing onto open farmland
An extended and impressively presented five bedroom detached situated backing onto open farmland. Four reception rooms, refitted kitchen/breakfast room, master and guest bedrooms with en suites, double garage and good sized gardens.
ARCHED STORM PORCH Tiled flooring. Entrance door with stained glass leaded light panels.
RECEPTION HALL Staircase to first floor. Understairs recess. Oak flooring. Radiator. Roomstat.
SITTING ROOM 18′ 4" x 13′ 5" (5.59m x 4.09m) Bay window to front. French doors to conservatory/dining room. Double doors from the reception hall. Minster stone functional fireplace. Two radiators. Telephone point. Television point.
FAMILY ROOM 14′ 1" x 13′ 1" (4.29m x 3.99m) Bay window to front. Radiator.
CLOAKROOM Obscure glazed window to side. Suite comprising of a low level WC. Pedestal wash basin. Tiled splashbacks. Shaving point. Tiled flooring.
STUDY 7′ 3" x 6′ 11" (2.21m x 2.11m) Window to side. Telephone point. Television point. Radiator.
UTILITY ROOM 8′ 2" x 6′ 7" (2.49m x 2.01m) Half obscure glazed door to side. Single drainer stainless steel sink unit inset into a rolled edge worksurface with mixer tap inset into a rolled edge worksurface with cupboard below. Further fitted units. Tiled splashbacks. Tiled flooring. Space and plumbing for automatic washing machine. Further utility space. Radiator. Glow Worm boiler for domestic hot water and central heating.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 17′ 1" x 10′ 6" (5.21m x 3.2m) Window to rear. Archway to conservatory/dining room. Breakfast bar. Belfast sink separated into two bowls with cupboard below. Further good range of bespoke oak fitted wall and base units. Wooden worksurfaces. Oak flooring. Space for a Rangemaster style cooker. Splashback panel. Extractor fan. Integrated dishwasher. Space for an American style fridge freezer. Inset ceiling spotlights. Ladder radiator.
CONSERVATORY/DINING ROOM 17′ 9" x 11′ 10" (5.41m x 3.61m) Of uPVC construction on a reconstituted stone base. Oak flooring. French doors to garden. Radiator.
LANDING Window to side. Radiator. Roof access. Built in airing cupboard.
MASTER BEDROOM 17′ 1" x 9′ 10" (5.21m x 3m) Windows to side and to rear. Views across neighbouring countryside. Built in double wardrobe. Two radiators. Telephone point.
EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM Obscure glazed window to side. Fully tiled walls and flooring. Oversized shower cubicle. Refitted suite comprising of a vanity unit and low level WC. Shaving point. Ladder radiator. Inset ceiling spotlights.
GUEST BEDROOM 14′ 4" x 12′ 0" (4.37m x 3.66m) Window to front. Radiator. Built in double wardrobe.
EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM Obscure glazed window to side. Low level WC. Pedestal wash basin. Tiled shower cubicle. Shaving point. Ladder radiator. Tiled flooring.
BEDROOM THREE 15′ 1" x 9′ 2" (4.6m x 2.79m) Window to front. Radiator. Built in wardrobe.
BEDROOM FOUR 11′ 10" x 8′ 10" (3.61m x 2.69m) Window to rear. Walk in wardrobe. Radiator.
BEDROOM FIVE 9′ 2" x 9′ 0" (2.79m x 2.74m) Window to front. Radiator.
FAMILY BATHROOM Obscure glazed window to side. Suite comprising of a panelled bath with mixer tap shower. Vanity unit. Low level WC. Tiled splashbacks. Tiled flooring. Shaving point. Radiator.
OUTSIDE To the front, a paved pathway leads to the entrance. Laid to lawn with shrub borders and a central tree. There is a gate giving access to secure storage to the rear of the garage.
The rear garden is laid mainly to lawn and enclosed by timber fencing with views across the neighbouring countryside to the rear. Flower and shrub beds and borders. Patio. Outside tap. Timber shed. There is a raised paved terrace.
DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE Two up and over doors. Half of the garage is now converted to a home office but could be utilised as a playroom or gym. There are two parking spaces to the front of the garage.
DOWN AMPNEY Down Ampney is a medium-sized village located in Cotswold district in Gloucestershire. It is off the A417 which runs between Cirencester and Faringdon on the A420, and about 5 km north of Cricklade, which is on the A419 which runs from Cirencester to Swindon. Down Ampney was notable in medieval times as one of the principal seats of the powerful Hungerford family and a number of elaborate family monuments survive in the village church. The Old Vicarage in Down Ampney was the birthplace of Ralph Vaughan Williams in 1872. A tune he composed is titled "Down Ampney" in its honour.
During World War II, the airfield RAF Down Ampney saw action, with planes flying to and from the runway whilst serving in the war. The church has a stained glass window in commemoration of the planes that flew from the airfield for the Battle of Arnhem, 1944. Down Ampney has a good range of facilities, including a village hall, shop, tennis club and junior school.