A charming freehold period cottage a few minutes' walk from the market square with lovely rural views and garage.
Dating from the 19th century, 6 The Stables is a charming Cotswold stone cottage situated in the grounds of Fosseway House, a seventeenth-century farmhouse with a grand Victorian extension. There are lovely views across the Evenlode Valley from the front of the property.
The sitting/dining room has exposed beams and a door leadings to the courtyard garden to the rear. The kitchen has contemporary units and has a view over the courtyard garden. On the first floor are two bedrooms and the bathroom.
The south facing front garden is mostly laid to lawn with a small terrace which is an ideal place to enjoy the south facing aspect. There is a brick-built garage situated a little way from the property and designated parking areas for residents and visitors.
The extensive communal grounds of Fosseway House comprise large lawns, mature trees and shrubs, woodland copse and mounded areas and all parts are available to all residents.
The grounds, roads and paths are maintained by the Fosseway House Maintenance Company with all residents being shareholders and the Directors being volunteers from among the residents.
The property will appeal to a broad audience of buyers including owner-occupiers but particularly investors and those looking for a second home.
Fees for maintenance of grounds, estate roads etc £400 per annum, payable in two instalments to the Fosseway House Management Company.
View payable Stamp Duty for this property
In my opinion this is a perfect lock up and leave and the garage is an added bonus. I love the view.Kay McCluskey