Ewen Cirencester Gloucestershire GL7

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  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 2 receptions

The perfect edge of village setting

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Mill Farmhouse is situated on the edge of the village, enjoying unspoilt southerly views over the adjoining countryside. This traditional Cotswold house dates originally from the mid 17th century and is Listed Grade II.

The current vendors carried out a comprehensive programme of restoration in 2009, creating a very stylish family house. The kitchen/breakfast room is the heart of the house, fitted with a range of bespoke painted timber units and a limestone floor. The south wall is fully glazed with sliding oak doors which open onto the garden terrace.

Both the sitting room and drawing room have oak floors, window shutters and fireplaces with wood-burning stoves. There are three bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor. The second floor comprises the master bedroom suite with a spacious bedroom, dressing room and bathroom.

Planning permission has been granted on 26 February 2018 for a single storey rear side extension APPLICATION REF: 18/00045/LBC. Prospective purchasers are advised that they must make their own enquiries of the local planning authority on 01285 623000.

This property has 1.3 acres of land.


To the north of the house is a large gravelled parking area from which a box-edged pathway leads to the front door. At right angles to the house is the detached annexe, ideal for guests, family or as a home office. This comprises a living room and kitchen, with a bedroom and bathroom on the first floor. The main garden lies to the south of the house and comprises a wide flat lawn with mixed borders, edged by low Cotswold stone walls. There is a garden/wood store and on the east side of the house is an open-fronted loggia with a store room behind. A useful paddock borders the garden to the south and west.


Ewen is an attractive small Cotswold village that lies to the southwest of Cirencester. The village pub, The Wild Duck, has recently been bought by the renowned Lucky Onion group. Nearby Kemble has a village shop, school, pub and church.

Cirencester has an excellent range of shops and services, and other local towns include Tetbury and Malmesbury. The main regional centres include Swindon, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Bath and Bristol, all of which are within daily commuting distance. Good road communications via the A419 for access to Junction 15 of the M4 at Swindon. Kemble Station is about a mile away. Trains to Paddington currently take from 77 minutes, although this is scheduled to be reduced in 2018 by over 10 minutes.

The area is noted for both its private and state schools. The former include Beaudesert Park at Minchinhampton, Pinewood, Hatherop Castle, Westonbirt and the Cheltenham Colleges. A good choice of sporting opportunities, including a number of golf courses, water sports, polo at Cirencester Park and racing at Cheltenham.


From Cirencester take the A429 for Chippenham and Bath. Just after you leave the town fork left for Chippenham (still on the A429). After about half a mile turn left for Ewen. Continue into the village, keeping right at the two junctions, as for Kemble. Mill Farm is the last entrance on the left before you leave the village.

Other Features

  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1 bedroom annexe
  • Outbuildings, Gardens and Paddocks
  • Unspoilt Rural Views
  • In all Approx. 3,605 SqFt
  • 1.3 Acres

This plan is for layout guidance only. Not drawn to scale unless stated. Windows and door openings are approximate. Whilst every care is taken in the preparation of the plan, please check all dimensions, shapes and compass bearings before making any decisions reliant upon them.

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