Long Street, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, GL8 8AQ | Property for sale | Savills
118.08 sq m
Guide price £445,000(12,778,674 EGP)

Long StreetTetbury, Gloucestershire, GL8 8AQ

    Key features

    • Two double bedrooms with ensuites
    • Open plan kitchen/ sitting room
    • Cloakroom, Utility
    • Split level apartment with own front door
    • Courtyard

    A beautifully and sympathetically refurbished Grade II listed split level townhouse apartment.

    About this property

    • 52B Long Street is a Grade II listed townhouse apartment which is understood to date back to the17th Century. The property has been beautifully and sympathetically refurbished blending the original features with contemporary living.

      Through an archway, off Long Street and along a stone path you enter the apartment on the ground level into a spacious and bright double height entrance hall with flagstone floor. Perfect for kicking off shoes and leaving coats, bikes and buggies. At the end of the corridor is a cloakroom and utility space.

      Up the stairs the apartment is laid out over two floors. On the first floor, off the corridor is a generous double bedroom en suite with impressive high ceilings exposing the pitched roof and beams which have been fitted with subtle LEDs. The en suite has a shower, basin and WC.

      At the end of the corridor is the open plan kitchen / sitting room, although open plan it feels like two separate rooms with the fitted Italian kitchen on a raised platform to the lower seating area. The sitting room has original wooden flooring throughout and is centrally focused around the gas stove with views over Long Street below. Going in to the kitchen the attention to detail is evident, modern integrated kitchen units replicate the colour of the stone mullion windows. Equipped with high spec. appliances; Quooker tap, Elica induction hob with built in extractor fan, dishwasher, full length fridge/freezer.

      Leading upstairs the principal bedroom comprises the whole second floor, again the ceiling height is fantastic with the exposed beams and pitched roof giving the room a wonderful sense of space. The en suite is positioned behind a floating wall with bath, shower, sink and WC.

      The property benefits from a charming courtyard in front of the front door.

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    I love how this flat has been refurbished to such a fun, modern finish whilst retaining it's charming original features throughout. The perfect blend of old and new.

    Clemmie D'Arcy ClarkProperty agent

    Local information

    • Tetbury is a popular and lively traditional Cotswold market town, well known for its 17th and 18th Century architecture.
    • Historically, the town was known for its antique shops but today boutique and specialist shops, together with cafes, restaurants and bistros have come to the fore. As a result there is a bustling feel to the town with well-known shops now including the Highgrove shop, Quails Delicatessen, Molo and the award winning Hobbs bakery. For more general shopping there is a Tesco superstore on the edge of the town and, twice a week, there is an open market under The Market House.
    • The town, once voted the third best town in which to live by Country Life Magazine, also supports a splendid parish church which has been described as having one of the best Georgian gothic designs; it has the fourth highest church spire in England.
    • Nearby is the world famous Westonbirt Arboretum which covers 600 acres and boasts one of the most varied specimen collections in Europe as well as some 17 miles of trails. Other recreational opportunities include golf at Westonbirt and Minchinhampton, sailing at the Cotswold Water Park, polo at the Beaufort Polo Club, motor racing at the Castle Combe
    • circuit and there is also the Cotswold Leisure Centre in Cirencester.
    • Tetbury is well placed for the commuter with Kemble station and the M4 both being within ten miles. Nearby, larger commercial centres include Bath, Bristol and Cheltenham, all of which provide excellent shops and theatres.

    Additional information

    • Leasehold, 977 years remaining
    • Ground rent: £50 pa until 2051, £100 pa until 2102, £150 pa until 2151
    • Service Charges: Approx. £700 pa
    • Directions: From the market place, proceed down Long Street for approx. 130 meters. Turn left off Long Street (immediately before No 52 Antiques & Interiors) through a wooden door/ archway.
    • EPC Exempt
    • Tenure: Leasehold. Lease Expiry: 12/08/3000 (977 years remaining)
    • Service Charge: TBC
    • Ground Rent: TBC
    • Council Tax Band: B