The Quarry, Eastleach, Eastleach, Gloucestershire
- An impressive detached Cotswold stone built cottage
- Set in mature landscaped gardens totalling just over half an acre
- Four Bedrooms
- The property is currently designed to provide an annexe, and two cottages
- Handmade fitted kitchen
- Set within an area of outstanding natural beauty
- EPC - E
An impressive detached Cotswold stone built cottage
occupying a privileged setting within this most
desirable Cotswold village. Set in mature landscaped
gardens totalling just over half an acre and enjoying
open views across the neighbouring countryside.
The beautifully presented accommodation is both spacious and
flexible providing a wealth of character features throughout, blending
with modern fittings creating a very comfortable living environment.
The property is currently designed to provide an annexe, and two
cottages (one a successful holiday let), yet could easily revert to a
To the far end the annexe provides an entrance lobby, wet room
with basin and w/c. A step leads into the main dual aspect room,
combining space for a double bed, soft seating and a desk.
The middle section of the property creates a very appealing three
bedroom cottage, adjoined by a single door from the dining room.
Full of character and light this charming cottage offers two reception
rooms, a fitted kitchen/breakfast room extending along the rear
with soft white shaker style wall and base units complemented by
solid wooden worktops. Integrated double oven, LPG gas hob,
extractor, fridge freezer and dishwasher; patio doors open to the rear
garden. Completing the ground floor, a rear hallway with cloakroom
and staircase to the first floor. To the first floor, a galleried landing,
three double bedrooms and large family bathroom with dressed
stone feature wall, wood effect flooring, a large double ended bath,
separate shower, w/c and wall mounted basin.
Beneath a canopied entrance a further door accesses a charming
self-contained living environment with a large open plan space to
the first floor combining a dining area, handmade fitted kitchen and
sitting room sectioned off by a Cotswold stone chimney housing a
double sided wood burning stove.
The feeling of space is enhanced in the sitting room by the vaulted
ceiling and banks of glazing that afford the open views. French doors
open out onto a paved patio, the extended roofline creates a covered
area, perfect for outside dining. There is also a large walk-in larder and
To the first floor, landing with storage area, double bedroom with dual
aspect and a feature dressed stone wall, also an adjoining dressing
room (that could easily revert back to a single bedroom). Contemporary
designed bathroom of three piece white with shower over bath, built-in
w/c and wall mounted basin complemented by chrome fittings and
wood effect flooring.
A fine feature of this beautiful home are the private and peaceful
surrounding gardens that total 0.567 acres. Combining areas of lawn,
mature planted borders, established shrubs and trees, wild life pond,
water feature, vegetable garden and paved patios. Additionally there are
timber sheds/stores and a gravelled driveway with an attractive timber
garage with open bay and workshop.
We are advised that mains electricity, water and drainage are
connected. Oil fired central heating systems. Telephone subject to the
usual BT transfer regulations. EPC Band tbc.
Council Tax Band G 2018/19 charges £2,704.25.
Cotswold District Council, Cirencester 01285 623000.
Freehold offering vacant possession upon completion.
Eastleach is one of the wonders of the Cotswold. Probably appearing
on most Cotswold calendars for its blanket display of seasonal spring
flowers that lie on the banks, woodlands and greens throughout the
village. Set away from all main roads, Eastleach is very special, the
two parish churches of Eastleach Martin and Eastleach Turville are
nestled to either side of the meandering river Leach. Set within an area
of outstanding natural beauty, the majority of the village lies within a
conservation area, there is plethora of delightful stone cottages. The
village boasts a fabulous public house, The Queen Victoria which is
the centre of the community. There are some incredible walks that
abound the village across classic Cotswold countryside.