Feeling spacious and providing open-plan living with a large drawing room and ample space for sofas, a dining table and chairs. There are many period features including two feature fireplaces. Providing access to the kitchen and stairs to the first floor. There is handy under stairs storage.
Situated to the rear of the property, feeling light and airy in a conservatory style. With ample storage units, worktop space and room for domestic appliances.
With a feature fireplace and a window to the front overlooking the Chipping.
Larger than average with a bath, shower over, w/c, hand basin and towel warmer. There is a window overlooking the rear garden. The airy cupboard is also situated here with the central heating cylinder and control panel.
With fitted wardrobes, access to the loft space and a window overlooking The Chipping.
Of ample size with a Velux window, the current owners use this room as their study.
The property benefits from gas fired central heating with traditional radiators. There is a solar system providing additional hot water. The windows are secondary double glazed.
Cotswold District Council - PO Box 9, Council Offices, Trinity Road, Cirencester, GL7 1PY - 01285 623 000 : Valuation Band: E
The property is set back from the road, to the rear is a pretty courtyard garden which is very private and easily maintained. There is an outbuilding which could easily be converted to a more useable room, such as; an office, workshop or playroom.The current owners use this mainly for storage.
There is an allocated parking space across the road at The Chipping, which is available for approx £400 per annum.
Tetbury is renowned for its antique and bric à brac shops.The town centre also has a number of independent specialist food and clothing shops, banks, charity shops, and other shops including lifestyle clothing brand Overider and the Prince of Wales's original "Highgrove Shop".
A Tesco supermarket was opened a quarter of a mile from the town centre in July 2002. The town's high street is the home to a number of specialist shops selling cheese, breads and meats.
The town has pubs and hotels, including The Royal Oak Inn which was featured in the 1971 film Dulcima and in an episode of BBC1's Bonekickers. The Trouble House, immediately outside the town, was served by Trouble House Halt between 1959 and 1964.
The town has two schools, St Mary's Primary School and Sir William Romney's School, a secondary school which specialises in creative arts. In 2006 Sir William Romney's announced that it would be closing its Sixth Form centre, meaning students wishing to sit A-Levels now travel to Cirencester or Stroud or even Filton College in Bristol. Westonbirt School is the local independent school and educates girls aged 11 to 18.
Some Tetbury children travel further afield, with students at the two grammar schools, Marling School for boys and Stroud High School for girls, both in Stroud, and some at the comprehensive Deer Park School and Kingshill School in Cirencester.
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We inform our potential purchasers that these sales details have been prepared as a general guide. Please be aware that we have not carried out a survey nor have we tested any services or appliances. In addition, we note that any fittings also have not been tested. The room sizes are to be taken as a guide and not relied upon for measuring for carpets, curtains etc