Charming period cottage in a very popular town.
Cross Keys Cottage is a charming period end of terrace cottage just 250m from the Market Square. Built in the 17th century, the property is not listed and was originally an ale house where the beer was brewed in the cellar. Constructed of Cotswold stone, the well-appointed turnkey' accommodation is laid out over three floors and offers three excellent reception rooms with wonderful period features. The kitchen lies at the heart of the property and links to the inner hall with a magnificent inglenook fireplace. The kitchen also leads to a utility/breakfast room with door to the garden.
On the first floor are three good sized bedrooms, two of which have en suite shower rooms, and a well-appointed family bathroom with separate shower cubicle. Stairs lead to a fourth bedroom on the second floor. Bedroom five with en suite bathroom is accessed via a second staircase leading from the sitting room. There is a cellar which is accessed via stone stairs from the inner hall. The cellar is very impressive with flagstone floor and perfect for a variety of uses. To the rear is a beautifully maintained south-facing garden mainly laid to lawn with well-stocked beds. There is a charming hand-painted summerhouse with electricity laid on and a useful garden shed.
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Cross Keys is like a tardis - it is much bigger than it looks from the outside! This is perfect whether you are looking for a full time home or somewhere that will generate income.David Henderson