Fabulous countryside views...

This charming semi-detached Cotswold stone cottage backs onto open countryside, with splendid views across the valley fields and woodland. Inside, the accommodation is well presented, with clean neutral décor and modern fittings. There is a comfortable sitting room on the ground floor, with a fireplace, which is ideal for a woodburning stove. The ground floor also has a formal dining room, while the kitchen has numerous storage units to base and wall level, an extractor hood and space for all of the necessary appliances.

The first floor has three bedrooms, two of which are doubles, as well as a family bathroom with an over-bath shower.


At the front of the property there is an enclosed lawn with a splendid mature tree and pathway leading from the street to the front entrance. The rear garden is mostly laid to lawn, though there is an area of gravel terracing at the back of the cottage. The garden benefits from beautiful countryside views.


The property is set in the picturesque Cotswold village of Rendcomb, six miles north of Cirencester surrounded by stunning rolling countryside. The village features typical Cotswold houses and buildings, with their distinctive honey-coloured stone. There are several amenities in the village, including a post office and village shop, doctor’s surgery and village hall. The nearby market town of Cirencester has a wide range of both independent and larger shops including supermarkets together with boutiques, cafés, and restaurants and a theatre.

Communication links are excellent: Kemble station offers a fast and regular Great Western Train service to London Paddington taking approximately 75 minutes with stops at Swindon, Didcot and Reading, though electrification of the Great Western Line is set to reduce journey times to less than this. Road communications are via the A419/417 dual carriageway with good access to the national motorway network via the M4 at Swindon (Junction 15) and the M5 at Gloucester (Junction 11a), making the main centres of Bath, Bristol, Cheltenham and Oxford within easy daily commuting distance.

The area offers a wide range of state schools including North Cerney CofE Primary School and Cirencester Kingshill School (both rated Good by Ofsted), together with a number of noteworthy independent schools including Rendcomb College in the village, a coeducational day and boarding school for children aged 3 to 18, as well as Pate's Grammer, St. Edward’s, Cheltenham College, Hatherop Castle, Berkhampstead and Cheltenham Ladies’ College.


From Cirencester, take the A417/Grove Lane north and turn right onto the A435, signposted for Cheltenham. Follow the A435 for four and a half miles, before turning right, following the sign for Rendcomb. Continue through the village and the property will be on your right-hand side after passing the village hall.

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Other features

  • Village location with fabulous views
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • 2 Reception rooms
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Garden
  • In all Approx. 883 Sq Ft

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Ref: CRN210034

Rendcomb Cirencester Gloucestershire GL7

Guide Price

Ref: CRN210034

Rendcomb Cirencester Gloucestershire GL7

Guide Price