A quintessential stone cottage set in the heart of the Cotswolds with easy access to local amenities and great walks.
A wonderful second home or an investment opportunity, the property is currently run as a holiday cottage with onward bookings. Tucked away in an idyllic location on of the edge of Winchcombe this immaculate two bedroom Cotswold stone cottage comes with a really pretty south facing rear garden and parking comfortably for 2 cars.Built of Cotswold stone under a slate roof, the terrace comprises five houses in total sitting back from the lane all with parking to the front. There are three further properties located further along the lane.Extending to around 777 square feet and arranged over two floors, the house is presented in excellent condition, retaining much character and charm having been carefully modernised and refurbished. The kitchen is open plan with windows to the front and rear with a separate utility room and a cosy sitting room.Upstairs, there are two double bedroom and a large bathroom all of which enjoy pretty views to the front or rear.To the rear is a pretty south facing garden which steps up slightly behind the house. Services: All mains services are connected.
Tucked away in the folds of the Cotswold Hills, the thriving Anglo-Saxon market town of Winchcombe is well known for its warm toned Cotswold stone cottages, tea shops, good local amenities and traditional medieval architecture. Set in a tranquil and utterly unspoiled rural setting (within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) on the edge of this pretty and very popular Cotswold town, Coates Mill Cottages are situated towards part way along a narrow no-through lane and within walking distance of the town's amenities. Surrounded by the most beautiful rolling countryside, there is easy access to numerous public footpaths including the Cotswold Way whilst the Spa town of Cheltenham is a 10 minute drive. Winchcombe ½ mile, Prestbury 5 miles, A40 (to Oxford) 6 miles, Cheltenham 8 miles, Broadway 9 miles, Stow-on-the-Wold 12 miles, Stratford-upon-Avon 24 miles, Central Oxford 40 miles, London 100 miles (distances approximate).