- 18th Century period cottage
- Extended and improved accommodation
- 4 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- Spacious kitchen/family room
- Living room with fireplace
- West-facing garden
- Centre of village close to amenities
This traditional terraced period cottage is deceptive in size having been much improved and sympathetically extended in recent years. The cottage is located in the very heart of the sought-after village of Hawkesbury Upton, just a moment's walk from the shop and primary school. The accommodation has been well-presented and is arranged over three floors extending to around 1,450 sq.ft.
Arranged to the front overlooking the garden, there is the newly configured and spacious open plan kitchen/family room boasting beautiful limestone flooring complete with underfloor heating. The separate living room is dual-aspect with a door connecting to the garden and features a large fireplace with oil-burner inset as the focal point. Spanning over the first and second floor, there are four double bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The cottage is positioned down a private shared drive. The pleasant garden has a westerly aspect in front of the cottage, landscaped with a lawn, planted borders and a secluded patio seating terrace. At the end of the terrace, there is an en-bloc garage providing private parking or ample storage with eaves storage above. There is a rear access behind the terrace where the oil tank is located.
Hawkesbury Upton is a highly sought after village surrounded by Cotswold countryside with the Badminton Estate home to the famous Badminton Horse Trials located only a few miles away. The village has a range of facilities including a popular primary school, two public houses, village shop, a post office, and an active village hall. Sporting facilities include tennis courts and a cricket ground. The market towns of Wotton-under-Edge and Tetbury are both within 10 miles which have a further range of amenities and schools. The village is in the catchment area for Katherine Lady Berkley and Gloucester Grammar schools are within easy reach. The village is conveniently located only a 10 minute drive to junction 18 of the M4, perfect for commuting to Bristol, Bath and London as well as the M5 for further travel. Yate train station is less than 10 miles away with regular services.
Tenure & Services
We understand the property is Freehold with oil fired central heating, mains drainage, water and electricity.
Located in the heart of this sought-after village close to amenities, this 18th Century cottage has been sympathetically improved and extended offering 4 bedrooms plus a GARAGE.