Ampney Crucis, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
This beautifully presented period cottage showcases a masterful marriage of period and contemporary fittings with well-proportioned living accommodation across three levels. During its recent renovation the character of the home has not only been retained, but enhanced with light-filled rooms and a wonderful connection to the outside. Inside, a charming hallway with flagstone flooring provides a glimpse through to the pretty landscaped garden, and rural views beyond and the sitting room has a lovely exposed stone wall, incorporating the fireplace fitted with a wood burning stove. The kitchen is located to the rear of the property and opens to a recent addition, providing dining space with double doors out to a charming terrace and garden. The kitchen is fitted with bespoke hand painted units from Olive and Barr, topped with Marble, integrated Neff appliances, and an under counter wine fridge. The dining area has a glorious full height ceiling with well positioned Velux windows which fill this space with natural light, and an adjoining rear hallway includes the staircase, door to the garden, cloakroom and all-important utility space.

On the first floor are two double bedrooms each with storage cupboards, and a good sized refitted bathroom including an automatic Bidet/WC and bath tub with shower over. A large walk-in storage area completes the first floor, and a staircase leads up to another characterful, light filled double bedroom with vaulted ceiling.


The front garden is open plan and laid with stone chippings, bordered by colourful planted beds with a pathway to the front door. The rear garden has been thoughtfully landscaped and adjoins open fields featuring a lovely full width terrace with integrated speakers, garden lighting and wide steps up to a level lawn with planted beds. A timber shed provides garden storage, and allocated parking is conveniently located to the front of the property.


This much sought-after Cotswold village of Ampney Crucis lies about three miles east of Cirencester. The village takes its name from the 14th century Cross found in the graveyard of the Holy Rood Church which is adjacent to Ampney Park. Ampney Crucis has good facilities in comparison with most of the nearby villages including a village hall, primary school, cricket ground and public house which also offers accommodation. Cirencester also offers a good range of local facilities and is a lovely old market town.

Entrance Hall

Sitting Room


Dining Room

Three Bedrooms



Garden Shed


01285 238871

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