Main
5,413 sq ft(502.88 sq m)
Guide price £1,100,000

High StreetLechlade-on-Thames, Gloucestershire, GL7 3AD


    Key features

    • Kitchen
    • Two Reception Rooms
    • Large Study, Sun Room
    • Self-contained Guest Room
    • 6 Bedrooms
    • 2 Bathrooms
    • 2 Attic Rooms
    • Garage
    • Gardens

    Exquisite Grade II listed town house

    About this property

    • Riverside House is an exquisite Grade II listed house steeped in charm and character offering enormous scope to develop further.

      The house benefits from complete privacy but lies in the centre of the popular town of Lechlade-on-Thames with its various facilities and the River Thames. Internal accommodation comprises a well fitted kitchen, large study with doors into the garden, spacious dining hall, elegant drawing room and two further reception rooms, The first floor there are six bedrooms and two bathrooms. The house benefits from high ceilings and large sash windows so the house has an abundance of natural light and an airy feel throughout.

      Externally there is ample parking for a number of cars, large south facing garden with a range of lawned areas, formal borders and an indoor swimming pool which requires refurbishment.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Local information

    • Lechlade-on-Thames is a small market town, situated at the southern borders of the Cotswolds where the rivers Coln and Leach join the Thames, steeped in history, for centuries Lechlade was one of the main trading arteries west of London by both road and river and has one of the first toll bridges on the Thames. Leisure boats have now replaced the trading vessels and the town is a popular mooring place with a large private marina for boats of all sizes, there is boat hire and many water sports can be found at the nearby Cotswold Water Park. This popular riverside market town has an excellent range of facilities including a doctors surgery, the Church of St Lawrence, a butcher, greengrocer, supermarket, library, pharmacy, post office and a highly regarded primary school as well as many local clubs and societies. Lynwood coffee shop is particularly popular as well as Vera's. It is an excellent base for many Cotswold and river walks and plays host to the annual 3-day musical festival, featuring over 80 bands and performers. Primary and secondary schools can be found in the nearby town of Fairford and a more comprehensive selection of shops and amenities can be found at Witney and Cirencester, where there are also larger supermarkets, traditional pubs and other facilities. Burford is just a short drive away, considered to be the southern gateway to the Cotswolds, it is one of England's prettiest and popular towns with St John the Baptist Church dating back to the 15th Century, it has well renowned primary and secondary schools, antique shops and a wide range of amenities. Cheltenham, Oxford and Bath are excellent cultural centres and are all within easy reach, communication links are excellent with the nearby A40 giving access to the M4 and M5 motorways whilst Swindon railway station provides a regular and direct service to London Paddington in approximately 60 minutes.

    Additional information

    • Burford 8 miles, Cirencester 14 miles, Oxford 24 miles, Swindon 11 miles (London Paddington 60 minutes). (all mileages and times are approximate)
    • Directions: From Cirencester take the London Road towards Fairford. Pass through the market town of Fairford and continue on the A361 to Lechlade, on entering the town the property will be found on the right hand side before Bell Lane.
    • EPC Exempt