- Open Plan Kitchen Diner
- Sitting room with Log Burner
- Three Bedrooms
- Two Bathrooms
- Potential to Extend Subject to Relevant Planning Permissions
- Front & Rear Gardens
- Single Garage
- Off Street Parking for Two Vehicles
- Peaceful Cul-de-sac Location
- Within Walking Distance of Tetbury Town Centre
A well-presented, three bedroom semi-detached home situated in a cul-de-sac on the outskirts of Tetbury. Offering off-street parking, a garage and pleasant views across farmland to the rear.
Longtree Close is a peaceful cul-de-sac of houses believed to have been built in the 1980’s. Situated on the outskirts of Tetbury, the location is within easy walking distance of the town centre and both primary and secondary schools. This particular house has been extended in previous ownerships to now offer quite deceptive accommodation with an open plan feel.
The first floor consists of an entrance hallway, open plan kitchen diner and a sitting room. The kitchen is fitted with wall and base units, space and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine, an integrated fridge, cooker and electric hob. There is plenty of space for a family dining table and there is a handy understairs storage cupboard plus a side door to access the driveway. Reached via double glazed doors, the sitting room is at the rear of the house with a log burner with stone surround making a lovely focal point to the room. At the far end of the room there are patio doors opening onto the rear enclosed garden.
The first-floor compromises of a light and open landing which has access into the master bedroom to the front at the property, with an en-suite shower room, plus two further single bedrooms and a family bathroom.
There are gardens to the front and rear of the property. To the rear is a level landscaped garden mainly laid to artificial grass and gravel with undisturbed countryside views beyond. There is a personnel door which opens into the garage. At the front there is off-street parking for at least two vehicles beside the lawn.
We understand the property is connected to all mains services: gas, electricity, water and drainage. Council tax band C (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.