Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Northleach is a delightful medieval wool town, boasting many fine

buildings and a parish church. Well served with shops for day-today

requirements including a Post Office, award winning Butcher,

Chemist, Green-grocer/Baker, Wine Shop, Medical centre,

Veterinary Surgery and Museum together with a variety of

restaurants and public houses. There is a good primary school,

several pre-school groups and within the catchment area for the

Cotswold School at Bourton on the Water.

A well-proportioned end of terrace house located on the outskirts of

this fine Cotswold market town,good local amenities,Cheltenham c.13

miles and Cirencester c.10 miles. No onward chain.

Located on the northern edge of the town lies Fortey Road.

Number 31 comprises an end of terrace mature house that has

been constructed of brick and rendered elevations beneath a

pitched tiled roof and benefits from an oil fired boiler that powers

the domestic hot water and heating systems.

The property briefly provides entrance hall, dual aspect sitting room

opening into conservatory, fitted kitchen with space for dining and

cloakroom. To the first floor are three bedrooms and bathroom.

Gated vehicular access leads onto the front drive affording off

road parking. Side access leads to the rear garden enjoying a

southerly aspect and incorporate a store.


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Moore Allen - Sales

33 Castle Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire

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