This delightful Cotswold stone cottage sits back from the Bath Road behind a stone wall and conveniently is 0.2 miles from the centre of Tetbury. The location not only benefits from being a hop, skip and jump from the market place is also enjoys being near the Cutwell valley and opposite lies a public footpath accessing wonderful walks across land belonging to the Estcourt Estate. Entry is via a porch which lead into the principle reception room. This sitting room is charming as it displays character features such as two sash windows with wide wooden sills, exposed beams and exposed Cotswold stone wall with a fireplace and wood burner. The study is located at the rear and enjoys French windows opening out onto the rear courtyard. A door leads into the fitted kitchen which benefits from a stable door leading to a private patio, quarry tiled flooring and access into the separate dining room. This recently re-decorated room is ‘light and bright’ with dual aspect windows, built in cupboards and an attractive wooden floor. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms, two with excellent built-in storage and the other with a hand basin and beautiful ‘chapel-style’ rear window overlooking the garden.
The gravelled drive provides private parking for at least a couple of vehicles. As the entrance off the Bath Road is shared with your neighbour, neither residents must block it. Pedestrian access to the garden is through the porch or the house. Even though the rear walled garden isn’t large it does offers plenty of space for al fresco dining and up a few steps it enjoys a small lawned area with a variety of shrubs, flowers and trees. The impressive Cotswold stone backdrop was formally the old quarry wall. A shed can be found here too.
• Three Bedrooms
• Two Reception Rooms
• Family Bathroom
• Private Parking
• Walled Courtyard Garden
Tetbury is an historic Cotswold market town situated within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The town is known for its Royal association to HRH The Prince of Wales, who resides at nearby Highgrove House. The town has an eclectic range of shops and amenities for daily requirements as well as a variety of antique shops, hotels, restaurants and cafes. Further everyday needs are serviced by a Tesco supermarket, hospital, surgeries and post office. The town has both a primary and secondary school. Kemble and Swindon both have train stations with direct links to London, Paddington. Westonbirt Arboretum is also nearby.
Postcode: GL8 8EG
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 Tax Band E and EPC rating D
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