Tarlton, Cirencester


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
An exceptional village house, set in the heart of the Cotswolds, twix Tetbury and Cirencester

Tarlton is a small village set away from main roads yet within easy distance of the two popular Cotswold towns of Tetbury and Cirencester. The village lies within the Cotswold area of outstanding natural beauty and Mariners sits within the village Conservation Area.

Cirencester lies about 6 miles to the east of Tarlton. The town offers a very good selection of amenities from the choice of larger supermarkets to a plethora of boutiques. It is known as the Capital of the Cotswolds with Roman heritage and receives many visitors each year. Schooling is offered at all levels. Nearby Kemble c.2 miles has a railway station with regular services to London Paddington, journey times of 70 minutes.

The Property Mariners was commissioned by the current owners and constructed according to Passive House Principles, to an exceptionally high standard by local builders. The property is constructed of faced Cotswold stone beneath a pitched Conservation tiled roof. The house has been placed in Band B for its energy performance. This high banding reflects the build quality, efficiency of heating and insulation. Running costs are extremely low. The layout design has been carefully considered to accommodate modern day living, exposing the south facing light through four sets of bi-folding doors further benefitting the south westerly landscaped gardens.

On entry you are embraced by a spacious dining hall with open planstairwell, glazed panelled balustrade and balcony landing.

The large reception room has dual aspect, a stylish wood burning stove and door into the home office. Located to the rear of the property lies the magnificent kitchen with hand-built units incorporating a magnitude of quality appliances, breakfast island and ample space for soft seating. The ground floor also encompasses a utility room and wet room with WC.

The landing serves five bedrooms. The master bedroom has a vaulted ceiling, separate dressing room and en suite shower. The guest suite has its own facilities. The family bathroom enjoys a roll top bath and walk-in shower.

Within the roof void, currently accessed by drop-down ladder lies a spacious room, fully floored and offers great potential for further accommodation, subject to the usual consents.

General Information

Mariners is freehold and offers vacant possession upon completion. It has mains electricity and water, private drainage system. Electric air Source Heat pump, wet underfloor heating and air recirculating system. Triple glazing to front aspect, double glazed to rear. In addition, the property has MVHR Heat Recovery Circulation System and is Microgeneration Certified bringing in approximately £250 per annum. EPC rating 'B'. The house sits right at the top of band B with a score of 91 (Band A

starts at 92) for its energy performance.

Council Tax band 'G' charges 2020/21 £2,843.

Local Authority: Cotswold District Council (01285) 623000


From Cirencester proceed west on the A433 (Tetbury Road), after about 2 miles and passing under the railway line, Thames Head public house on your right, take the next right signpost to Tarlton. On entering the village bear left and Mariners will be seen a short distance along on your right.

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Moore Allen - Sales

33 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire

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