This is a truly exceptional example of a 16th century Grade II Listed thatched cottage, standing in a generous garden with the added benefit of secure off-road parking for at least four vehicles as well as a double garage with an attached home office, the property is steeped with character and is also offered chain free.
Prestbury is renowned for its beautiful, thatched cottages and character homes and Randall’s Cottage must be one of the finest examples. The property has been a well-loved home for many years and during the owner’s tenure the property has been beautifully maintained and updated to keep up with modern day living. The property stands in a surprisingly quiet plot at the end of Bouncer’s Lane within a minutes’ walk of the excellent amenities available in this popular village. The property retains a wealth of character including exposed brick and beamed walls, beamed ceilings, and leaded light windows as well as an exquisite fireplace in the principal sitting room. On the ground floor there is a generous open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room which is a wonderful space for a family to enjoy, there is also a cosy snug/TV room and an inviting sitting room with an open fireplace. Also, on the ground floor there are two bedrooms, a shower room and separate bathroom. On the first floor there is an impressive principal suite with a vaulted ceiling and exposed beams and a second bedroom. We feel, subject to necessary consents the property could be sympathetically extended without detracting from the garden space. Externally there is a block paved drive, a double garage with an adjoining home office and the gardens are compartmentalized, generous and private as well as being fully enclosed creating a safe place for pets and children.
Randall’s Cottage is situated within a minute’s walk of the excellent amenities the village has to offer. Located to the north of Cheltenham, the village stands at the foot of Cleeve Hill, the highest point in the Cotswolds, renowned for challenging walks, far reaching views and Golf Club. The village, which is mentioned in the Doomsday book, is steeped in history, and has medieval origins with a number of beautifully preserved houses along with chocolate box cottages remaining in the village. The amenities include, an award-winning artisan butchers, coffee shop, chemist, a highly regarded gastro restaurant, two public houses, proactive Parish church and local school to name a few.
Services: Main’s water, gas, electricity, and drainage are connected to the property.
Cheltenham Borough Council: 01242 262626.
Council Tax Band: (D) - £1,926.20 pa. (2021/2022).
EPC Rating: D
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents Charles Lear & Co.