- Handsome 1930's Home
- Spacious Reception Rooms
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Four Generous Bedrooms
- Principal En-Suite and Family Bathroom
- Driveway for multiple Cars and a Single Garage
- Private Rear Garden
- Sought After Position in Tetbury
A handsome 1930’s family home situated in a sought-after residential area of Tetbury, just a short walk of the town centre yet minutes from open countryside.
Broadfields House is believed to have been built in 1938 and is one half of an identical part of semi-detached homes. It has been a loved and well-maintained home by its current owners for some 27 years, and now offers a super opportunity for a new family to make it their own.
The accommodation is arranged across two floors and has a wealth of charming original features including the original 1930’s doors with Bakelite fittings and a solid American oak hallway floor. These features have been retained whilst incorporating more recent additions such as a bespoke fitted kitchen and bespoke panelling that beautifully complement one another to give a great mix of old and new.
On the ground floor the original solid oak wooden front door leads into the welcoming hallway. Dog-legged stairs rise to the first floor and there is a double height picture window allowing a great amount of natural light into the space. Both reception rooms plus the kitchen are accessed from the hallway, plus a useful downstairs W.C. The principal reception room is open plan with a contemporary gas fireplace and opens to a conservatory to create a fabulous living space. There is a second reception room enjoying a dual aspect that features a central fireplace with a Bath stone surround. The impressive kitchen/breakfast room has an excellent range of solid wood cabinets and integral appliances comprise a oven, hob and extractor. There is also space for a fridge freezer, tumble dryer and plumbing for a dishwasher. Within the breakfast aarea there is a focal fireplace that the current owners have a Rayburn situated within. A separate pantry/utility cupboard boasts further storage as well as plumbing for a washing machine. French doors open to the rear terrace from both the kitchen and the conservatory, which combined with the patio terrace make a superb entertaining space.
Arriving at the top of the wide staircase with oak banisters is the landing area which is filled with natural light from the stairwell window. From here is access to the four bedrooms and family bathroom. The principle bedroom has bespoke fitted wooden wardrobes and enjoys a dual aspect, as well as being accompanied by a contemporary en-suite shower room. There are three further spacious bedrooms, one with two fitted wardrobes and a dual aspect. The bathroom has a white suite comprising a bath and separate shower.
Across the front of the property is a generous gravel driveway allowing parking for multiple vehicles, that leads up to a detached single garage. The property enjoys a good degree of privacy from the road due to a mature beech hedge that sits across its front boundary.
At the rear is a private and enclosed garden. From the terrace several stone steps lead to a level garden predominantly laid to lawn edged with mature and well-stocked borders too all sides as well as a plum tree. In one corner of the garden there is a greenhouse and access to the garage and back to the driveway are situated to one side of the property.
We understand the property is connected to all mains services: gas, electricity, water and drainage. Council tax band D (Cotswold District Council).
EPC – D.
Tetbury is an historic Wool town situated within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The town is known for its Royal association to HRH The Prince of Wales, who resides at nearby Highgrove House. It has a highly anticipated and well attended, annual Woolsack Race held each May on Gumstool Hill. The charming and quintessential town centre has many amenities to offer including cafes, boutiques, pubs and restaurants. Essential amenities such as a supermarket and a primary and secondary school, are within the town itself.
Kemble station, a mainline to London Paddington, can be reached just c.7 miles North, and both the M4 and M5 are equidistant to the south and west, respectively, giving convenient transport links to Bath, Bristol and London.