Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54

££750,000 Guide

4 Bedroom House Under Offer

The Location
Chedworth is one of the most popular Cotswold villages in view of both its location, with easy access to Cirencester, Cheltenham, Swindon and London and also its picturesque nature, straggling as it does down both sides of its valley from the Parish Church, medieval Manor House and pub at one end to the collection of period stone houses which form lower Chedworth at the other. The village is located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is surrounded by lovely rolling countryside with many excellent walks – a network of footpaths connects all parts of the village and one of the best walks is through the beautiful Chedworth Woods to the very fine 4th Century Roman Villa, owned by the National Trust.

The village has an excellent community spirit with a thriving church, a small but happy primary school, village hall and a friendly pub. Most activities in the village are connected with these traditional institutions but there are also a tennis club, cricket club and numerous other village organisations.

The Property
Orchard Cottage is a charming period home of linear layout and traditional construction of natural stone elevations set beneath a pitched Cotswold stone tiled roof. The property is quite extensive with each room benefitting from a southerly aspect. Considerable character is to be found throughout the cottage with historical features to include exposed ceiling beams and fireplaces.

The layout briefly offers flagstone entrance hall, well-proportioned dining room that leads into the comfy sitting room with access off to a home office and garden room. The kitchen happily accommodates breakfast dining. The ground floor further encompasses a cloakroom and separate utility.

Three bedrooms and two bathrooms lie on the first floor with corner stairwell leading to the second floor and fourth bedroom benefitting from connecting dressing room and store.

Outside
Off the village lane, the cottage is approached via five bar vehicular gates that lead onto the gravelled driveway affording parking. The cottage has an attractive and well-stocked garden. To the front lies a paved terrace with many mature wall plants all enjoying the southerly aspect. To the side, the landscaped garden offers considerable privacy and incorporates an alfresco dining terrace bounded by established planting.

Property Information
We understand that mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Oil fired central heating system feeding radiators. Private drainage system. EPC exempt. Council Tax Band ‘G’ 2022/23 £3,189.58. Local Authority: Cotswold District Council, 01285 623000. The property is offered freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Tenure: Freehold

Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54
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