£575,000

Frocester

Property Ref:

1841988

Address:

Court Road

Area:

Frocester

Postcode:

GL10 3TN

Description:

Court Cottage is a charming character property dating back to the 15th Century and offering generous living accommodation set in .32 of an acre, there are lovely views over to Frocester Cricket ground

Details

Description

Court Cottage is a beautiful character cottage set in the lovely rural hamlet of Frocester with accommodation comprising an entrance porch leading to an entrance hallway with oak stairs to the first floor, storage and doors to all other rooms, a study which could be used as a snug, stunning sitting room with exposed beams and a feature wood burner, spacious open plan kitchen/dining room with dual aspect windows and a lobby/utility space with a door leading to the rear garden and the lovely sunny patio. The first floor comprises a good size landing, a family bathroom, three double bedrooms with the master bedroom offering lots of storage and a feature balcony accessed via double doors which overlooks the garden and takes in the lovely views.

Outside

Court Cottage has delightful level and mature surrounding gardens that look over to the Cotswold escarpment, Frocester Cricket ground and the lovely countryside views. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a range of mature and established trees with beds and a large selection of shrubs and plants. There is a private patio to the back of the garden, a wood store, green house, gated off street parking for several cars, tandem garage and workshop.

Location

Frocester is a charming small village which lies just beneath the Cotswold escarpment located 4 miles west of Stroud and offers idyllic rural living but still retaining excellent rail and motorway transport links. Frocester was once the site of a Roman settlement but now offers a well-regarded public house, excellent cricket facilities at Frocester Cricket Club which also host the long running Frocester Beer Festival which has been known to run over 100 bars. The nearby town of Stonehouse offers a wide range of amenities to include banks, post office, local schools, supermarkets and butchers. The main line railway station provides a direct route to London, Paddington and Junction 13 of the M5 motorway is approximately 2 miles away

Tenure

Freehold

Services

We are informed that That mains electricity, gas and water are connected to the property. Drainage is via a septic tank.

Council Tax

Band = E

Local Authority

Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill,Westward Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 4UB Tel: 01453 766321

Floor Plans

EPC

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