West End, Northleach, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
- Period Cotswold Cottage
- Grade II Listed
- Considerable character
- Wood burning stove
- Open plan kitchen
- Three / Four bedrooms
- Two shower rooms
- Pretty gardens
- Eco heat source
- No onward chain
Tudor Cottage lies to the west of the town's Market Place. The cottage has been Listed Grade II for its historical importance and lies within the town's Conservation Area. The property dates back to the 17th century and has been traditionally constructed of natural stone elevations beneath a pitched Cotswold and blue slate slate roof.
The cottage was the subject of an extensive improvement programme some years ago with a brief to enhance and preserve the character but providing a living space for modern day living. The layout provides an open plan reception room with fabulous fireplace housing wood burning stove, exposed timbers and dressed stone. To the rear lies the extensive kitchen with glazed roof and doors opening into the rear garden offering ample space for dining. The kitchen is fitted with a range of base and wall mounted units incorporating domestic appliances. Beyond lie two further rooms that have the flexibility as either reception or bedrooms with shower room having low level flush WC and wash hand basin.
To the first floor, the cottage provides two bedrooms each of double proportion and steeped with character with shower room and WC.
A particular attraction to Tudor Cottage is the pretty garden. With a paved terrace to the rear, the gardens lie beyond with extensive lawns and a wide variety of perennials and specimen trees.
Tudor Cottage is a charming period home within this popular Cotswold market town, an internal inspection is highly recommended.