Savills | Long Street, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, GL8 8AQ | Property for sale
2,318 sq ft(215.35 sq m)
Guide price £650,000

Long StreetTetbury, Gloucestershire, GL8 8AQ


    Key features

    • 18th Century Grade II Listed townhouse
    • Development opportunity
    • Two Reception Rooms
    • Proposed floorplan comprising 4 Bedrooms
    • 2 Bathrooms
    • En-suite shower room
    • WC/Utility Room
    • Cellar
    • Generous sized south-east facing rear garden

    An 18th Century Grade II Listed townhouse with potential for complete renovation, situated yards from the market place

    About this property

    • 24 Long Street is a Grade II listed townhouse which is understood to date back to the early 18th Century.

      The property now offers an exciting opportunity for anyone looking to take on a project and completely renovate, subject to planning consents.

      The rooms are arranged over three floors excluding the cellar. On the ground floor there are two reception areas whilst upstairs the proposed floorplan comprises four bedrooms, served by two bathrooms and an en-suite shower room to Bedroom 2.

      Of particular note is the impressive first floor which makes for a tremendous master bedroom suite.

      The impressive south-east facing garden wraps around a raised terrace at the rear, accessed through a beautiful stone arch, overlooking apple trees.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    My favourite thing about this house is how it will offer such a fun contrasting lifestyle; intertwining traditional with modern, town with country.

    Clemmie D'Arcy ClarkProperty agent

    Local information

    • Tetbury is a popular and lively traditional Cotswold market town, well known for its 17th and 18th Century architecture.
    • Historically, the town was known for its antique shops but today boutique and specialist shops, together with cafes, restaurants and bistros have come to the fore. As a result there is a bustling feel to the town with well-known shops now including the Highgrove shop, Quails Delicatessen, Moloh and the award winning Hobbs bakery. For more general shopping there is a Tesco superstore on the edge of the town and, twice a week, there is an open market under The Market House.
    • The town, once voted the third best town in which to live by Country Life Magazine, also supports a splendid parish church which has been described as having one of the best Georgian gothic designs; it has the fourth highest church spire in England.
    • Nearby is the world famous Westonbirt Arboretum which covers 600 acres and boasts one of the most varied specimen collections in Europe as well as some 17 miles of trails. Other recreational opportunities include golf at Westonbirt and Minchinhampton, sailing at the Cotswold Water Park, polo at the Beaufort Polo Club, motor racing at the Castle Combe circuit and there is also the Cotswold Leisure Centre in Cirencester.
    • Tetbury is well placed for the commuter with Kemble station and the M4 both being within ten miles. Nearby, larger commercial centres include Bath, Bristol and Cheltenham, all of which provide excellent shops and theatres.

    Additional information

    • Cirencester 12 miles, M4 (J17) 8 miles, M4 (J18) 10 miles, Kemble Station 5 miles, Bath 25 miles, Bristol 27 miles
    • Directions: From the Market in the centre of town proceed down Long Street and Number 24 will be found on the left hand side just beyond Lola & Co.
    • EPC Exempt
    • Tenure = Freehold