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A pretty three bedroom detached stone cottage situated in a pleasant backwater with views to the front over the impressive Parish church and within a short walk of the Market Place. The living space is arranged over two floors and has been further extended to create additional ground floor living space. Briefly, the accommodation comprises a fitted kitchen with matching base and wall units with wooden work surfaces, electric Aga with extractor hood over. Located off the kitchen is a useful utility room with cloakroom. The living room has exposed beams, a stone fireplace with woodburner, door out to the rear garden and staircase to the first floor. From the sitting room, steps lead up to an additional reception room which is a more recent addition providing a light and airy space with high ceilings, velux roof lights and French doors leading out to both the front and rear of the property. To the first floor, there is a double bedroom with a range of fitted cupboards and an en suite cloakroom, a second bedroom with views over to the church and access in to a large en suite bathroom. Located on the second floor is a large bedroom with fitted wardrobes, shelving and views over the garden.
Northleach is a small historic wool market town which lies towards the head of the valley of the River Leach just to the East of the intersection of the A429 Fosseway and the A40 trunk roads. The town has a good road communication with access to Cirencester about 11 miles away, Cheltenham about 14 miles, Stow-on-the-Wold about 10 miles. There is an active community within the town and set around the market place are a number of shops catering for most everyday requirements. The town also benefits from a doctor's surgery, junior school and a magnificent Perpendicular-style Church.
To the side of the property is a gated gravelled parking area with access into an enclosed rear garden. The rear garden enjoys a southerly aspect and includes a terrace leading onto the lawn, with mature flower beds on either side. At the far end of the garden is a summerhouse currently split with an internal panel to create a storage area to the rear. There is also a garden shed. In all the total plot extends to 0.136 acres and measures at its longest point, 113ft and at its widest point, 60ft.
Planning permission was granted in March '05 (Now Lapsed) to create a fourth bedroom above the new sitting room.
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Master Bedroom (En Suite Cloakroom)
Two Further Bedrooms
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