Savills | Southrop, Lechlade, Gloucestershire, GL7 3PG | Property for sale
94.95 sq m
Guide price £450,000

SouthropLechlade, Gloucestershire, GL7 3PG

    Key features

    • Pretty village location
    • School nearby
    • Characterful cottage
    • Useful studio
    • Landscaped courtyard garden

    A charming Grade II Listed Cotswold cottage

    About this property

    • Autumn Cottage is a delightful grade II listed cottage situated at the heart of the popular Cotswold village of Southrop. The house is constructed of Cotswold stone under a Cotswold stone roof. The characterful accommodation is arranged over two floors. Downstairs lies the entrance porch, a large sitting room, a well fitted kitchen/breakfast room to the rear fitted with a matching range of base and eye level units. There is also a useful utility and cloakroom at the rear of the house. The first floor is light and airy with two double bedrooms and the bathroom.

      In addition there is a useful outhouse which is attached to the cottage which could be used as a home office or additional living space subject to the necessary consent. At the rear of the house is a charming and newly landscaped garden which gives a wonderful sheltered private area to enjoy.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Local information

    • Southrop is a particularly attractive Cotswold village, situated in the eastern corner of Gloucestershire, on the borders of Oxfordshire and Wiltshire. The village supports an early 12th century church, village hall, primary school, a well-known Thyme Hotel,Restaurant and Spa, as well as many village groups and activities.
    • Every day shopping requirements are met in the Thames-side town of Lechlade as well as Fairford, whilst more specialist shops and services are found in Cirencester and Burford. Communications are first class with the A40 linking with the M40 at Oxford and the M5 at Gloucester. Junction 15 of the M4 is approximately 16miles away. Trains from Swindon to London Paddington take approximately 50 minutes with driving time to London normally around 90 minutes. Sporting and leisure facilities include golf at Cirencester and Burford, sailing at the Cotswold Water Park, boating on the river Thames, polo at Cirencester Park, trout fishing with local syndicates, racing at Cheltenham and Newbury. There are also glorious walks and rides through the surrounding countryside and theatres at Oxford, Swindon and Cheltenham. There are good state and private schools in the area including Farmors in Fairford, Hatherop Castle School, St Hugh's, Rendcomb College as well as Burford School, one of the few state boarding schools in the country.

    Additional information

    • Fairford 3 miles, Lechlade 3 miles, Cirencester 12 miles, Swindon 13 miles, Oxford 22 miles, Cheltenham 28 miles. (All mileages are approximate)
    • EPC Exempt