2 Charlham Way

Guide Price - £875,000 - Under Offer

Down Ampney

51°40'21.2"N 1°51'38.8"W
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4/5 Bedrooms
2 Reception Rooms
3 Bathrooms
1 Office/ Studio


Mains water, electricity and drainage.
Gas fired central heating

A beautifully renovated family home in the heart of a desirable village close to Cirencester.


A beautifully renovated family home with an exemplary finish throughout and situated in a desirable village close to Cirencester.
Approached through an elegant five bar gate the house 2 Charlham Way provides excellent, versatile and well-proportioned family accommodation with a contemporary and elegant studio/office and views overlooking adjoining countryside.

The ground floor offers generous reception rooms comprising an entrance hall with staircase rising to first floor landing, and doors leading through to a fabulous bespoke kitchen/breakfast room with bi-fold doors onto a terrace and the garden beyond.

The sitting room is charming and benefits from an inset wood burning stove with an adjoining snug which is an ideal space for relaxed family living. There is a cloakroom and a integral garage/utility located on the ground floor.

On the first floor a landing leads to a large principal bedroom suite with views over the gardens and an ensuite shower room. A further two double bedrooms lead off the landing as well as a family bathroom and a study.

The second floor boasts a further double bedroom, a shower room and access for attic storage.

The gardens, which are mainly laid to lawn, are private with the benefit of adjoining countryside at the rear and far reaching views. There is a delightful private terrace ideally accessed from the kitchen/breakfast room, and is ideal for outside entertaining.

Located at the end of the garden is a stunning contemporary studio/office suitable for a variety of uses.


Located in the heart of this Cotswold village which lies on the Wiltshire/Gloucestershire border. Down Ampney was the birthplace of the composer Ralph Vaughan Williams and has a thriving community spirit and provides a good range of day-today facilities, including a village hall, shop, tennis club and popular school. The nearby historic market town of Cirencester offers a wide range of facilities. Communications links are excellent: there is a fast and regular Great Western Train service from Swindon to London Paddington which takes approximately 55 minutes with stops at Didcot and Reading and road communications via the A419/417 dual carriageway offer good access to Junction 15 (M4) at Swindon and Junction 11a (M5) at Gloucester, making the main centres of Bath, Bristol, Cheltenham and Oxford within easy daily commuting distance.

The area offers a good range schools including Down Ampney C of E Primary School, together with a wide selection of noted grammar and independent schools including Cricklade Manor Prep, Hatherop Castle, Rendcomb College, Pinewood, Beaudesert Park, Westonbirt, Deer Park and Kingshill at Cirencester, Farmor’s School in Fairford, Wycliffe College and the Cheltenham schools

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Area (Approx)

244.3 sq m / 2629 sq ft


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