Offers in excess of £900,000
Nestled in this quiet hamlet on the edge of Ampney Crucis, Hilcot House is a typical example of a Grade II listed, traditional gabled Cotswold stone built house with a Cotswold stone tile roof. This pretty house has many charming original features, the most notable being the stone mullion windows, many with window seats, the two Inglenook fireplaces and beams. The entrance leads into a large hallway with fireplace, currently used as a dining room. There is a study to one side and the drawing room to the other, also with a lovely large fireplace which currently houses a wood burning stove. This is a comfortable room with a beautiful three panel window with window seat, and French doors leading out into the garden. There is a spacious kitchen/breakfast room which has a stone tiled floor and tiled work surfaces, an Aga and door to the garden. One of the two staircases rises from here. Upstairs two of the spacious double bedrooms have a dual aspect and fabulous far reaching views over the garden and fields beyond. These two rooms share a bathroom whilst the two further bedrooms share a shower room. All the rooms have lots of character, stone mullion windows and exposed beams. Outside the garden is partly walled and mostly laid to lawn with herbaceous borders and mature shrubs and trees, notably one beautiful willow tree. A terrace runs along the front of the house, which faces South West, making it a lovely place to sit and contemplate the uninterrupted view. The swimming pool is edged with paving and grass and is enclosed by picket fencing. There is a well, separate stone building which houses the garage and pool room and a gravelled parking area outside the gate.
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