Situated in the heart of Winchcombe, a thriving market town in The Cotswolds, Abbotts Cottage is a charming and quintessential two bedroom end terrace cottage than has been thoroughly renovated and is offered for sale in exemplary condition enjoying views to the escarpment behind.
Enjoying a prominent position in the heart of this sought after Cotswold town, this charming period cottage with stunning stone elevations has been thoroughly and thoughtfully updated to exacting standards. The front door opens into a stunning sitting room which benefits from a stunning inglenook fireplace with log burning stove, beamed ceilings, a charming bay window, a further window to the side elevation and stairs to the first floor with a useful storage cupboard underneath. Two wide stairs lead down to a beautifully finished kitchen/dining room with modern shaker style units, stone work surfaces and German integrated appliances. This beautiful room also has glazed double doors opening onto the walled patio garden and benefits from stunning views to the escarpment behind. The first floor plays host to two double bedrooms with vaulted and beamed ceilings. The bedroom at the rear of the house has a fitted wardrobe and views to the hills. Also on the first floor is a modern bathroom with velux window and beamed ceiling. Outside and to the rear is a quaint walled patio garden which is perfect for al fresco dining. Access may also be achieved through a timber door to the right hand side of the property which is shared with the neighbour. This area is ideal for a bin/log store and has a door into the kitchen. Abbotts Cottage would also make a perfect second home, pied-à-terre or even a holiday cottage.
Located in the heart of this historic and sought after Mercian town that is home to Sudeley Castle. Abbotts Cottage is within walking distance of an extensive selection of amenities including bespoke restaurants, cafes and boutiques along with supermarkets, butchers, doctor’s surgery and schools. Winchcombe is surrounded by breath-taking countryside and stands at the foot of Cleeve Hill popular with walkers. The larger regional centre of Cheltenham is approximately 3 miles distant providing a more extensive selection of amenities, and several internationally recognised schools.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Tewkesbury Borough Council: 01684 295010.
Council Tax Band: (F) - £2,634.58 pa. (2020/2021).
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co. on 01242 222722.