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  • Bedrooms: 3
24 Long Street is a handsome Grade II Listed natural stone and stone tiled period Town House. We understand that the property has had retail use in the past and therefore would be able to do so in the future should a perspective buyer wanted to do so - subject to planning.

The accommodation has the charming feature of a side elevation with windows that look up Long Street towards the Market Hall. The front door opens into a handsome dining hall with an open feature fireplace, an oak floor and match skirting's and windows to the front and side. From here there is access into a snug complete with a log burner in a feature fireplace, and oak French doors into the rear garden. This room could easily be reconfigured as a kitchen/breakfast room if preferred. Leading off the snug is a small office with a window to the rear plus a utility/cloakroom complete with low level WC, Belfast sink and ideal gas fired central heating boiler. From the snug there is also access down into a cellar which has a coal shoot at pavement level.

A staircase leads out of the dining hall up to the first floor. The kitchen/dining room at the back of the property has an off white range of bespoke cupboards and drawers with matching wall cupboards and granite work surfaces plus a larder/store cupboard. The sitting room at this level is an excellent almost square room of some 333 square feet and again has windows to the front and side which are secondary double glazed plus a pine panelled wall, a feature fireplace and a beam ceiling.

From the top floor the spacious landing has a fitted double wardrobe and two skylight windows. All three bedrooms are here with bedroom one probably having the best of the views to two aspects. Bedroom two has an oak window to the rear with a wide sill and bedroom three is a good size single. The family bathroom has a white suite including a roll top bath plus low level WC and wash hand basin in a vanitry unit.

The south facing rear garden is a delightful feature of the property being walled and well enclosed with mature boarders of shrubs and trees and laid mainly to lawn. On the back of the house is a tall shed and an outside WC. We noted that the property has the benefit of gas fired radiator central heating and would be offered onto the market with no onward chain.

AMENITIES Tetbury, often referred to as the gateway to the Cotswolds, and once voted by Country Life magazine as the third most desirable town in the country, 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, Cheltenham, Bath, Bristol and Swindon. There is good access to Kemble Railway Station with regular Intercity services to London and other regional commercial centres.

Tetbury is well known for its royal houses with HRH The Prince of Wales at Highgrove House, and Gatcombe Park the home of The Princess Royal both close by. Tetbury boasts an exciting range of shops including specialist boutiques, city standard delicatessens, the Highgrove Shop, two supermarkets and many fine antique shops. The town has an excellent variety of hotels, restaurants, cafes and brasseries offering a mouth-watering range of cuisine.

There is an excellent range of schools in the area including Westonbirt Preparatory and Senior Schools (3 - 18 years). There is also Beaudesert Park at Minchinhampton together with popular state primary and secondary schools in and around Tetbury.

A visit to the Tourist Information Office will provide you with a map of the area showing some of our local attractions including the world famous Westonbirt Arboretum, or the nearby Cotswold Water Park or perhaps the Abbey and Abbey House Gardens in Malmesbury.

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Perry Bishop and Chambers - Tetbury

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