A charming end of terrace Cotswold cottage.
Situated in the prized village of Lower Swell and overlooking neighbouring countryside is Leys View Cottage, a period end of terrace Cotswold cottage. Dating back to about 1595 and extensively renovated in 2016, the property combines lovely period features with well-presented accommodation set out over two floors. Leys View Cottage is situated 200 metres to the local pub, the Golden Ball, which has a good reputation for good locally brewed ales.
There is a welcoming entrance hall with wood burning stove set in an inglenook fireplace which leads to a charming sitting room also with a wood burning stove set within an inglenook fireplace, a large bay window allowing light to flood in and ceiling beams. The stylish kitchen/dining room is fitted with a good range of cabinets including an island unit. There is plenty of space in the dining area for a good sized table and chairs. Bi-fold doors open to the terrace and garden. The well-appointed family bathroom is on the ground floor. There are four bedrooms and a family shower room on the first floor. The principal bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and a range of fitted
A walled garden lies to the rear and is laid to lawn with well stocked borders and a paved terrace from which to enjoy wonderful rural views. There is also a useful storage shed.
The property will appeal particularly to buyers looking for a weekend retreat or investment property with a proven track record.
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One of the best cottages I have seen for a while. Good sized rooms and great rural views.Kay McCluskeyProperty agent