A detached period cottage with land and views.
Originally a traditionally built Cotswold stone cottage dating from the eighteenth century, the property has been sympathetically enlarged over time. As such the property now offers a charming and delightful family home. The property retains the usual period features including flagstone floors, exposed wall and ceiling timbers and window seats.
In brief the refurbished accommodation comprises a delightful south facing sitting room with attractive fireplace and inset wood burning stove. A pair of double doors leads to a useful snug which in turn links to a well-proportioned dining room enjoying a delightful double aspect. Sliding doors open to a raised viewing deck. There is a superb kitchen/breakfast room with extensive handmade cupboards and drawers, granite work surfaces and a three oven Aims controlled electric Aga. There is a sizeable walk in pantry with a good range of shelving. Also on the ground floor is a useful boot room leading to a cloakroom/utility. On the first floor are four excellent bedrooms. The principal bedroom enjoys a fine double aspect with a Juliet balcony taking full advantage of the views. There is a substantial and luxurious en suite bathroom. The guest bedroom has a well-appointed dressing room and an attractive shower room. There are two further bedrooms with a southerly aspect and a family shower room.
A particular feature of the property is the detached annexe providing stylish accommodation for friends and family. The annexe is also ideal as a means of generating additional income as a holiday let or rural office. The property takes full advantage of its outstanding position within a substantial plot and enjoys exceptionally glorious rural views over rolling Cotswold countryside.
Tally Ho is approached from the village lane through a pair of painted timber field gates and into a driveway which terminates in gravelled parking to the south side of the property. There is a double bay garage with attached bin and log store. There are established gardens and grounds which are partly walled and comprise areas of lawn with mature trees and shrubs to the boundaries. There is a dedicated area for growing fruit and vegetables.
There is a small turnout paddock lying to the side of the drive. To the corner of the garden are two former stone cart sheds which provide scope for further work and could be converted and enlarged to provide a home office or ancillary accommodation.
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I challenge you not to fall in love with everything about this cottage from its cheery name to the fabulous accommodation and superb views!Clemmy Jones