An attractive three bedroom terraced character property built circa 1907 and thought to be a former railway workers cottage with off street parking and a wonderfully long and productive garden
An attractive natural stone mid terraced property arranged over three floors located just a short walk from the plentiful amenities of Tetbury. The property has been extensively updated and improved to provide well balanced, light and bright family accommodation. The ground floor offers a sitting room with open fire and custom fitted shutter blinds, a spacious and modern kitchen/breakfast room, and a utility room/cloakroom; on the first floor there are two bedrooms and a bathroom with the third bedroom boasting lovely garden views occupying the top floor.
Outside the property benefits from off street parking for two vehicles at the front, while at the rear there is a long and well-planted garden laid predominantly to lawn with an attractive trellis and arch supporting an established climbing clematis which leads to a productive fruit and vegetable garden. In addition to this adjoining the house there are three useful outhouses/sheds and a small patio area.
The historic and thriving Cotswold town of Tetbury boasts an extensive range of independent shops and boutiques alongside numerous restaurants, cafes, hotels and antiques shops. There are two supermarkets, a post office, doctor and dentist surgeries, a hospital plus well-regarded primary and secondary schools. In addition to these there are several other state, independent and private educational options within easy reach. Close by are the royal estates of Highgrove and Gatcombe Park along with the beautiful and renowned Westonbirt Arboretum. Tetbury’s geographic position makes it well located for both M4 and M5 motorways offering easy access to Cheltenham (23 miles), Bath (27 miles) and Bristol (30 miles) with the local towns of Cirencester (10 miles) and Nailsworth (7 miles) nearby. Railway stations at Stroud (11 miles) and Kemble (8 miles) provide main line services to Gloucester, Swindon and London Paddington.
A historic right of access exists for neighbouring properties to pass through the rear garden.
Gas central heating, mains electricity, water and drainage.
The council tax band is C.
Cotswold District Council, Trinity Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 1PX Tel: 01285 623000