A semi-detached period home, occupying a picturesque position in the heart of this quintessential English village. Constructed in traditional Cotswold stone this pretty property exhibits great character whilst offering comfortable accommodation for modern living. The main entrance opens into a rear hall, steps down provide access to the living space and stairs up rise to the first floor. A rear hall provides useful storage and place to hang coats. The kitchen has been fitted with traditional oak fronted cabinets, integral oven, electric hob and Belfast sink. This in turn opens to a recently upgraded conservatory offering space for dining and/or seating. Oak flooring flows throughout the rear hall, kitchen and conservatory. From the kitchen a doorways leads to the adjoining sitting room, boasting a double aspect outlook, with a view over the garden and the original main entrance door opening to the lane. The room is both well-proportioned and full of charm. An exposed stone fireplace with woodburning stove inset forms an attractive and warming focal point to the room. Located on the first floor are two bedrooms, both affording a beautiful view across the village roof tops to the wooded valley beyond. The larger of the two is particularly impressive, owing in part to its size, but also its double aspect outlook and built-in storage. Both bedrooms are served by a traditional and stylish family bathroom, fitted with a free-standing roll top bath, heated towel rail and oak floor. The property is warmed by electric heaters and is served by a shared septic tank, located on another property, owned by the Bathhurst Estate.
A pretty, low maintenance garden extends to one side, a limestone patio immediately adjoins the house and conservatory, where there is a wood store, beyond which lies a level lawn flanked by colourful flower border. A side gate opens onto the lane. Views across the Cotswold village rooftops to adjoining countryside can be enjoyed from both the house and garden. The owners have received written permission from the council to park their car on the adjoining footpath whilst they charge their car overnight, we recommend that the new owner seeks their own approval. The adjoining property has pedestrian access over the shared pathway.
• Rear hall
• Sitting room
• 2 Bedrooms
• Family bathroom
• Current owner has consent to park overnight whilst charging car – on street parking.
• Coveted Cotswold village setting
Sapperton is a highly sought-after village in the Cotswolds, quintessentially English, much of the village is still under the ownership of the Earl of Bathurst. The village and surrounding area offer unspoilt countryside, in fact the area has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village is home to the renowned gastro pub, The Bell, an active village primary school, a parish church, and a village hall. Neighbouring Frampton Mansell provides and equally popular pub, called The Crown. The bustling market town of Cirencester, known as ‘The Capital of the Cotswolds’ is positioned just 6.5 miles away and provides an excellent range of independent shops, boutiques, and restaurants, as well as regular markets and several supermarkets, including Waitrose. The bohemian town of Stroud is located just 8.3 miles away, which similarly provides more extensive facilities including further supermarkets, Stroud High and Marling Grammar schools and an award-winning weekly Farmers market. The attractive town of Tetbury is within 9.4 miles and the larger centre of Cheltenham has excellent shopping and dining and is also host to literary, jazz and food festivals as well as home to the National Hunt Racing at Cheltenham racecourse. Sporting opportunities include nearby golf courses in Minchinhampton and Cirencester, sailing and water sports at the Cotswold Water Park and polo at Cirencester Park. The property is well placed for communication links enjoying easy access to major hubs and international airports in the Southwest, the Midlands and London, via the M4 and M5 motorways. Nearby Kemble Railway Station provides a direct line to London Paddington.
Postcode: GL7 6LQ
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Whitaker Seager.
Fixtures and Fittings: Only those items mentioned are included. All other items are specifically excluded, although some may be available by separate negotiation if required.
Local Authorities: Cotswold District Council. Council Tax Band E and EPC rating E
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