Aldsworth, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 3QZ | Property for sale | Savills
666 sq ft(61.87 sq m)
Guide price £400,000

AldsworthCheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 3QZ

    Key features

    • Charming terraced Cotswold stone cottage within popular village
    • Sitting Room, Eat-In Kitchen, Two Double Bedrooms & Bathroom
    • Generous west facing garden
    • Cotswold stone outbuilding
    • Scope to modernise

    Charming terraced cottage with generous garden and potential to modernise

    About this property

    • 29 Chapel Row is a charming two bedroom cottage, nestled within a very pretty terrace of Cotswold stone cottages, with scope to modernise.

      As you enter the cottage, there is a useful porch area for hanging coats and leaving muddy boots. The ground floor comprises of two evenly sized rooms; a Sitting Room with log burner and views out across the garden, and an eat-in Kitchen with ample storage, plenty of worktop space and integrated utilities.

      The first floor offers two double bedrooms; with far reaching views across the garden and outskirts of the village, and a family bathroom.

      The garden is westerly facing and gets the southerly daytime sun. Mostly laid to lawn with a path running down the middle, at the end is a patio area with a garden shed and steps down to the stone outbuilding, this would make a great home office/ studio or workshop, subject to usual planning consents.

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    I just love this cottage, set in such a beautiful position in Aldsworth with so much potential

    Clemmie D'Arcy ClarkProperty agent

    Local information

    • 29 Chapel Row occupies a beautiful position within an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Aldsworth has an active community with a number of clubs and societies as well as a church, cricket club and pub. Every day facilities are found in nearby Northleach and Burford with Cirencester being about 10 miles away. The nearest cultural centres are Cheltenham and Oxford, both of which also provide excellent private schools. Other schools in the private sector include Hatherop Castle and Rendcomb College. There are primary schools in Bibury, Burford and Northleach and secondary schools at Burford, Cirencester and Lechlade.
    • Communications are first class with the A40 connecting to the M40 at Oxford and the M5 at Cheltenham. There are regular Intercity rail services to London from Swindon and Charlbury. Local sporting facilities include golf at Burford, sailing at The Cotswold Water Park, boating on the River Thames, racing at Cheltenham and polo at Cirencester Park.

    Additional information

    • Mains water, electricity and oil fired boiler. Septic tank.
    • Directions: As you turn left handed in to Aldsworth off the B4425, continue up the road, past the village green, before turning left on to Chapel Row. After 350ft the terrace of cottages are on the right hand side. Walk down the path in front of the cottages, No. 29 is directly in front with the blue door.
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: D