The Old Rectory, Ampney Crucis

Guide price - £3,250,000

Area (approx)
579 sq m / 6,242 sq ft

Ampney Crucis
Gloucestershire, GL7 5RY

An immaculate Grade II Listed Old Rectory and Coach House, with stunning gardens in the Cotswold village of Ampney Crucis.


5 Bedrooms
4 Reception Rooms
5 Bath/Shower Rooms


Mains water, electricity and drainage
Oil fired central heating and LPG Gas

The AreaAmpney Crucis

Ampney Crucis is a quintessential Cotswold village conveniently located a few miles from the market town of Cirencester. The village consists of a church, village hall, primary school and the renowned pub “The Crown at Ampney Brook”. The are a wide variety of schools in the area including Hatherop Castle, Pinewood and Beaudesert prep schools, Westonbirt, Rendcomb College, Cheltenham Ladies College, Cheltenham College and Marlborough. There are also excellent local schools, including Cirencester College and Deer Park, Stroud High School and Pates Grammar School. The region has many sporting opportunities including racing at Cheltenham, Rugby at Gloucester, and Bath. Golf at Cirencester and South Cerney, and Minchinhampton. The Cotswold Water Park is nearby and offers an extensive range of water sports, including water skiing, sailing and kayaking. The surrounding countryside offers many excellent walks. Cirencester provides exceptional day to day shopping facilities, including, Waitrose and Tesco Supermarkets. The Market Place hosts a twice weekly market as well a farmer’s market every other Saturday. More extensive shopping and recreational activities are available in the towns of Cheltenham and Swindon.

The Old Rectory, Ampney CrucisAbout this home

Set in the picturesque village of Ampney Crucis, surrounded by its private gardens and grounds, The Old Rectory has been meticulously restored and extended by the current owners. Dating back to the 17th Century, the house now offers exceptional entertaining space, with large light reception rooms and bedrooms. The current owners have added a contemporary glass and Cotswold stone hallway which now connects the coach house, which consists of a large open plan living room with access in to the garden, one bedroom, a kitchen and bathroom. Outside the well-stocked gardens and grounds wrap around the house, and are made up of formal lawns, herbaceous borders and mature specimen trees. There is a large double garage which provides ample storage as well as machinery and log store within the grounds.

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579 sq m / 6,242 sq ft


Further Information

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Freddy Dalrymple Hamilton

Freddy is a highly experienced agent having started his career in London, before spending nearly a decade with both Savills and Knight Frank’s National Country House Departments selling prime property across the UK. Having moved back to his home county of Gloucestershire, Freddy focuses on the Cotswold and South West property market. With a wealth of experience, Freddy goes the extra mile to give his clients and buyers a first class experience.