The Kemble is a real show stopper with light and spacious rooms in which to relax, entertain and simply enjoy. The lovely central staircase leads you to four beautiful bedrooms the master having an en-suite shower room.Call us now to discover how this stunning home could be yours.
An exciting new release at Hares Chase. Be the first to view the plans of this lovely Woodcote design with generous and spacious accommodation and an enviable south-westerly facing position.Call now for more information.
Set in a popular cul-de-sac location is this beautiful and very generous four bedroom detached home with countryside views to the rear. The property further benefits from an open plan kitchen/breakfast room and diner, four generous bedrooms two with .
This property is to be enlarged from the current four bedroom two story accommodation into a three story house. You can fit out the new accommodation under generous provisional sums In the price including landscaping of the extensive garden. Viewing .
A lovely home in a superb location with a good size, south-westerly facing garden and a double garage. The living room has a dual aspect and French doors lead out to the garden, this home elegantly connects the indoor and outdoor spaces, perfect spaces in which to entertain and relax.
A large, beautiful, period four bedroom house located on Shrivenham High Street, originally built in the 16th Century. The house comprises entrance hall, sitting room, dining/music room, family room, downstairs guest bedroom with ensuite shower room, .
Purplebricks are delighted to offer for sale this deceptively spacious four bedroom detached family home located within the popular Village location of Cricklade. The property has been updated and modernised throughout and sits within a very large .
Situated in a much sought-after location, set back from the high street on a quiet picturesque lane within the small cotswold market town of Highworth. No. 7 Vicarage Lane is one of a few houses offered within this parish conservation area.The property itself dates back to 1890 but has since been