Delightful country cottage built from local stone on the edge of the Cotswolds.
Pretty Grade II Listed cottage believed to be of 18th century origins with later additions.
Stone construction under a slate roof.
Period features include stone fireplaces, exposed timbers, deep window boards, window seats, exposed timber floorboards.
The current owner has undertaken a comprehensive and sympathetic refurbishment and modernisation programme to provide modern living amongst the property's age and charm. Improvements include installation of a painted wooden kitchen, stone and Travertine flooring, underfloor heating, white bathroom fittings, shutters, a number of built-in wardrobes and display cabinets, modern lighting, a number of new windows and recently redecorated throughout.
Kitchen has built in oven, microwave, 4-ring hob. Washing machine, dishwasher, fridge/freezer.
Sitting room has an impressive exposed stone inglenook fireplace with open fire and window seat.
Ground floor third bedroom/study and en suite shower room with washbasin and w.c.
Cellar offers scope for working from home.
Two spacious and light bedrooms on first floor with generous ceiling heights, both having dual aspect. Furthermore a modern family bathroom with washbasin, bath with shower above and w.c.
Landscaped courtyard gardens to rear with high dry stone wall boundaries. Box hedging and gravelled pathways. Timber decked covered entertaining area.
Stone garden store offering potential for alteration to office or studio (subject to the relevant consents).
Single garage. Off-road parking.
This property is ready for occupation and with no onward chain.
It would certainly be of interest to weekenders, professional couples or those wishing to take advantage of the easy access to Soho Farmhouse.
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A beautiful country getaway where you can escape the rat race.Sophie Gannon