Kingscote

£575,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
19 Kingscote is a charming lovingly restored and refurbished natural stone semi detached cottage set in a quiet location within this sought after village.

The cottage is thought to be about 200 years old and consists briefly of a spacious reception hall with flagstone floor and staircase to the first floor. From here a light and spacious kitchen/dining room has a smart range of cream coloured base and wall cupboards plus a dual fuel Range oven, a tall larder cupboard with lots of storage, flagstone floor and windows to the front and rear. Beyond this the comfortable sitting room has a carved stone feature fireplace, window to the front and double French doors that open into the delightful garden. The study has a bespoke fitted bookcase and half glazed door to a small rear courtyard. A good size utility room has a vaulted ceiling that incorporates an Edwardian clothes dryer. There is a fitted double tall cupboard providing ample storage, a pressurised hot water cylinder, space for an automatic washing machine, a Worcester oil fired central heating boiler and flagstone floor. The ground floor is completed by a sizeable double bedroom with windows to the front and rear and a wood burner (not commissioned) stands in a feature fireplace. Adjacent to this is a shower room with a white suite of walk in shower enclosure plus low level WC and wash hand basin.

At first floor level the excellent size master bedroom has windows to two aspects. Bedroom two is also a very good size and has two built in cupboards and the family bathroom has a modern white suite with a chrome thermostatic shower over the panel bath plus pedestal wash basin, low level WC and a window to the front.

From the first floor landing a staircase leads up to the fourth very pretty bedroom - also a double and again with a window to the front.

The landscaped gardens to the front and side are a major feature of the cottage being laid in parts to lawn with raised flower and shrub borders. Off the lane, there is a gravel driveway with ample space to park three cars behind a screening hedge. From here a pathway leads through impressive tall double wrought iron gates into the garden with a flagstone path that continues to the front entrance door. There is a useful tool shed and log store. The garden enjoys a very sunny aspect thanks to its south west orientation.

AMENITIES Kingscote is a very pretty Cotswold village named after the Kingscote family from the 12th century, with a manor house and St. John the Baptist's Church together with the Hunters Hall Inn on the edge of the village. Kingscote is within easy reach of Tetbury, just 4 miles and 4.5 miles from Nailsworth.

Tetbury, often referred to as the entrance to the Cotswolds, is a thriving historic Cotswold market town situated less than half an hour from both the M4 and M5 motorways and within easy reach of Cirencester, Swindon, Bristol, Cheltenham, Gloucester and Bath. There is good access to Kemble BR Station with regular Intercity services to London and other regional commercial centres.

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