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Well Ground House, Kemble Wick, GL7 6EQ

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An exceptional country home in the heart of the Cotswolds, seamlessly blending contemporary and traditional designs.

Price: £995,000

Location: Kemble Wick

Living spaces: 4

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 3

Vendors' thoughts: "Well Ground House is special for us because it combines a true sense of being in the countryside with modern and effortless living. We fell in love with that all that it offers straight away. The family and visiting friends all love the mix of modern and traditional which blend well. The views from the bedrooms over the fields are breathtaking; it really brings a smile whatever the season! Having a great school, village shop and mainline train station all nearby means we can effortlessly divide our time between the countryside and London. The kids love exploring and discovering things in the garden as well as planting their own vegetables. Being in a hamlet of just five other homes is reassuring, though everyone's privacy is respected. Well Ground House holds many happy memories and we''ll be sorry to say 'goodbye' to such a special."

In a nutshell: Old meets new in a fabulous way!

Property Description

Well Ground House is a beautiful country home where contemporary design, in the form of a cedar clad extension, fuses with traditional Cotswold style. Elegantly renovated with attention to detail, whilst maintaining fabulous original features, this is a spacious and bright home.

The reception rooms flow off the inner hall whichis welcoming with an abundance of natural light.

The sitting room overlooks the garden and with its freestanding wood burner is a lovely room in which to relax with a good book. The floor toceiling sliding doors work beautifully for indoor/ outdoor living in the warmer months of the year.

The kitchen is clearly the heart of the house and a great room in which to entertain family and friends. The striking red Aga provides extra warmth in the cooler months and the separate electric oven comes in handy in summer.

The adjacent utility/ boot room, with access to the garden, is perfect for muddy wellies after a long country walk.

The family room with its open fireplace, wood burner and oak floor is generously proportioned and a wonderful spot to kick back and relax.

The study is a quiet corner and a good home office with access to the side of the house andviews over the gardens.

A cloakroom is a useful addition to the downstairs living space.

The first floor comprises five double bedrooms and three bath/shower rooms, one being en suite. Discreet and ample storage has been thoughtfully created.

Outside the terrace area is wonderful for al fresco dining overlooking the grounds. The land extends to around 2 acres and is made up of wildflower meadows and grassed areas, interspersed with a variety of fruit trees and herbaceous borders. A vegetable patch is nestled to the rear of the garden for the garden enthusiast close to the sheds for storing garden tools. There is an enclosed garage and the gravelled driveway offers ample additional parking.

Council Tax Band G. Epc rating D.

Tenure: Freehold.

Services: Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil-fired central heating.


Well Ground House is situated in the heart of Kemble Wick, a beautiful hamlet on the outskirts of Kemble.

Kemble, a vibrant village community, is home to a beautiful church, a very handy combinedlocal store and post office, and both a pre-schooland primary school. Surrounded by some ofEngland’s finest countryside, country walks areon the doorstep. The Potting Shed gastro pub and The Rectory restaurant in nearby Crudwell, and the Wild Duck Inn in Ewen, provide superb local dining options. Kemble train station, a 20 minute walk away, provides direct, fast and easy access to London Paddington.

Known as the “Capital of the Cotswolds”, Cirencester, only a short drive away, is a hub of vibrant cultural life known for its beautiful limestone townhouses, exciting boutiques, restaurants, a handy Waitrose, cafés and twice weekly markets.

The historic town of Malmesbury, is 10 miles away and beautiful Tetbury, is only 9 miles away. Both towns offer a selection of independentshops, cafés and restaurants and everyday shopping facilities.

Cheltenham is a short drive north and not only offers excellent shopping and dining, it is alsohost to fabulous literary, jazz and food festivals, and of course horse racing.

Sporting opportunities are abundant with nearby golf courses in Cirencester, Baunton, Minchinhampton and Naunton; bridle paths are plentiful; sailing and water sports can be enjoyed at the Cotswold Water Park.

Communications in the area are excellent withhigh-speed internet and easy access to majorhubs and international airports in the South West, the Midlands and London, via the M4 and

M5 motorways and well-connected directtrain services.

The area offers an excellent choice of schooling,including Beaudesert Park in Minchinhampton, Cheltenham Colleges, Westonbirt, as well as outstanding state and grammar schools.

Kemble Station 1.5 miles (London Paddington 75 mins) - Cirencester 6 miles - Tetbury 9 miles - Malmesbury 10 miles M4 (Junction 15) 22 miles - Cheltenham 23.5 miles

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