A beautifully presented quintessential Grade II listed Cotswold stone detached cottage.
Pink Cottage is a Grade II listed, detached period property, thought to date from around 1650, constructed in natural Cotswold stone under a tiled roof. Listed Grade II, the cottage has been comprehensively and sympathetically refurbished by the current owners to include new kitchen, bathrooms, radiators, oak staircase, stone flagged floors and custom made internal doors. The property now operates as a popular and high end Airbnb.
The cottage front door leads into a lobby area with stone flagged floor and utility cupboards housing the washing machine, leading to the kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen has recently been refitted with attractive solid wood units, light worktops, a Belfast sink and integrated appliances. Double doors lead out into the garden and the stone flagged floor continues through the room and on into the sitting room. This is a double aspect room with a beamed ceiling, Inglenook fireplace, fitted wood burner and window seats. At the far end of the room is the dining room with its high vaulted ceiling, oak flooring and fitted shelving. A further door leads out into the gardens. Also on the ground floor is a newly fitted and well-appointed cloak/shower room.
On the first floor are two bedrooms, a newly fitted and contemporary shower room and a cloakroom. A new oak staircase leads up to the second floor with a further attic style bedroom with exposed beams and en-suite cloakroom.
Outside there is off road parking for several vehicles. The pretty cottage gardens have a small lawn area and several south facing seating areas with well stocked flower and shrub borders. There is a garden store and a small stream running along one boundary with planted terraced areas beyond.
The property is offered with no onward chain.
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Whilst the words Quintessential and Gem are over-used.... this is, with a cosy sitting room and large Inglenook fireplace, a south facing patio for a glass of wine, and a great, dog friendly pub within walking distance. Plus its been renovated, and all to my taste!Catherine Anderson