Marston Meysey, Marston Meysey, Wiltshire, SN6

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Being sold with no onward chain is this immaculately presented, characterful and well proportioned four double bedroom detached period home with well tended front and rear gardens, garaging and ample off street parking, all set within the sought after village of Marston Meysey with countryside views.

Apple Tree Cottage has been fully and carefully renovated to maintain its character, including beams, window seats and wooden shutters thoughout, but also to provide a modern interior with many quality features. Rooms are of a good size and square in shape. Both sitting rooms have log burners, giving a cosy feel while the kitchen and en suite benefit from underfloor heating. The spacious bathroom benefits from a Fired Earth vanity unit with marble basins and roll top bath overlooking the fields. The stunning Parlour Farm kitchen, with an Italian limestone floor, opens to the rear garden through bifold doors and overlooks surrounding countryside.

A large double garage with boarded upper level provides ample storage while there is parking available for four cars on the drive.

Two small 'barns' to the rear of the property are currently used as a potting shed and art studio – but could also provide the option of working from home.


"We live in beautiful cottage with a definite 'WOW' factor, close to other villages and within 15 minutes of Cirencester. Our own village pub is a five minute stroll away and there are country pubs in nearby villages, all of which offer good quality food. There are walks along lanes and across fields directly from the house.

Our generous gardens to the front and rear offer a choice of seating areas; the water feature under the apple tree creates a tranquil spot to relax with a gin and tonic and in summer we often set up a trestle table under the apple trees when entertaining family and friends. Idyllic!"

The pretty village of Marston Meysey is situated within a conservation area lying about 9 miles east of Cirencester and 4 miles south of Fairford. The small village has a traditional Cotswold pub, The Old Spotted Cow, a well- supported Church and an active village hall.

The nearby village of Meysey Hampton also supports a pub and a highly regarded, Ofsted rated 'Outstanding' primary school. Fairford offers essential day to day facilities including its own 'Outstanding' primary school, whilst Cirencester is well known for its comprehensive range of shops, services and schools. Private schools in the area include Hatherop Castle Preparatory School, Rendcomb College, Prior Park, Westonbirt School, Pinewood School and Marlborough College as well as the colleges in Cheltenham.

The village is convenient for a number of commercial centres including Swindon, Cheltenham and Gloucester. The A417/ A419 provides easy access to junction 15 of the M4 as well as Junction 11A off the M5. In addition there is a fast and regular Great Western train service to London Paddington from both Swindon and Kemble.

Recreational facilities include boating on the River Thames at Lechlade, a leisure centre in Cirencester, golf at South Cerney and Cirencester. The Cotswold Water Park offers a wide range of water sports including wake boarding, waterskiing, sailing and fishing.

01285 238859

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