The Square, Maces Hill, Daglingworth, Cirencester, Gloucestershire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A beautiful detached period Cotswold stone house enjoying a wealth of character features throughout, blending with flexible accommodation to create a very comfortable living environment. The house enjoys a light aspect with many rooms benefitting from a dual aspect; this, coupled with the neutral decoration, enhances the feeling of space.

Set in the heart of this popular rural Cotswold village that enjoys a great sense of community. The surrounding gardens are a wonderful feature of this fine home, wrapping round on three sides.

Beneath a canopied porch a door leads into the impressive kitchen/breakfast room, fitted with a wide range of shaker style wall and base units complemented by a solid oak worktop. The central feature is the original redbrick fireplace, that now houses the boiler and further character is provided by the stone mullion windows, beamed ceiling, restored wooden floorboards, window seat and ledge & brace doors, also a very useful larder cupboard. There is ample room for a farmhouse kitchen table, creating the hub of this family home.

Comprehensive AEG appliance package includes; an integrated dishwasher, washer/dryer, induction hob, electric oven/grill and a stainless steel finish extractor.

There are three, well proportioned reception rooms providing great flexibility, full of character with open fireplaces. The family room features stone mullion windows and the dining room dressed stone walls. All reception rooms are dual aspect. Also a cloakroom to the ground floor.

To the first floor, the master bedroom has a dual aspect and feature stone mullion windows, with built-in wardrobes and en-suite shower room, basin and WC.

There are three further double bedrooms, two benefit from built-in wardrobes, one is currently utilised as a home office. A wonderful family bathroom with feature roll top bath, WC and basin.

A gravel driveway to the side and rear of the house leads to the private off road parking for two cars. The beautiful, south facing gardens are predominantly laid to lawn bound by mature planted borders and hedging, providing a peaceful and private environment in which to relax. Stone steps lead up to the summer house and terrace; perfect for outside dining. Also within the garden a greenhouse and storage shed.


Mains water and electricity are connected to the property. There is a private drainage system and oil fired heating. The property benefits from ultrafast broadband provided by Gigaclear.

EPC Band 'F'


Council Tax Band 'F' 2018/9 charges £2,350.50.


Cotswold District Council, Cirencester 01285 623000.


Freehold offering vacant possession upon completion.


Daglingworth is located circa 3 miles from Cirencester which is a thriving Market Town surrounded by some of the loveliest countryside in the Cotswolds. It has a comprehensive range of shops, excellent schooling, health care and professional services and easy access to the M4 or the M5 motorways and there are main line rail services from Kemble, circa 8 miles away. Daglingworth lies within the idyllic river Dunt valley, within the Cotswolds AONB and Conservation Area. Set away from main roads and nearby to Cirencester Park, the village is surrounded by Cotswold countryside affording many charming walks.


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Moore Allen - Sales

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