Bath Road, Tetbury Offers in the Region Of £1,150,000

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  • An Exceptional Period Property with Huge Potential
  • Situated on the Outskirts of Tetbury Town Centre
  • Detached Cotswold Stone Coach House
  • Two Bay Fronted Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Utility Room & Cellar
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • En-Suite and Principal Bathroom
  • Beautiful Mature and Well-Stocked Gardens

A rare opportunity to purchase a substantial period property in the most sought-after conservation area of the town. No. 16 Bath Road is uniquely situated on the edge of Tetbury, 5 minutes’ walk from the vibrant cafes and shops of the old Town yet only a few steps away from rolling meadow land providing fantastic walks over the Estcourt and Highgrove estates. The property includes a separate 2 storey coach house, mature-gardens and off-street parking.

Grange cottage is a handsome double bay fronted Victorian home believed to date back to 1880 and whilst comfortable would benefit from some modernising and updating. The town centre is just a short walk away via an enchanting walk under the Grade II listed Bath Bridge. The main house has accommodation of 2480sq.ft over two floors and a basement cellar. An additional 600sq.ft of living space could be provided by the detached two storey Cotswold stone coach house once fully restored, which would make ideal Airbnb accommodation with its own parking. The house benefits from a wealth of character features including mullion windows, original oak panelled doors, ornate architraves and high ceilings throughout with pleasant views from every window.

Entering the property via the original front door leads into a spacious entrance hall with beautiful encaustic Victorian floor tiles and panelled doors leading to two reception rooms and the kitchen/dining room. The charming drawing room sits to the right-hand side of the hallway featuring the first of the stone mullioned bay windows to enjoy the commanding views across the front of the property.  There is an open fireplace with an ornate surround that has a wood burner inset which creates a real focal point to the room. Across the hallway there is a second reception room also with a bay window which is used as a study by the current owners.  Across the rear of the property sits the generously proportioned kitchen/dining room that boasts a triple aspect and an impressive flagstone floor.  The kitchen has an excellent range of fitted wall and base units as well as a large island unit which provides storage and a breakfast bar to one side. There is space for a range cooker within the chimney breast, an integrated dishwasher sits beside the double sink unit and there is also space for a large dresser and fridge/freezer. The dining room has French doors opening onto the rear garden and an internal door leading to the cloakroom, under-stair storage and a well-lit cellar (which would benefit from tanking). A rear door leads from the kitchen into a back vestibule exiting into a courtyard where the laundry/boot room is located.

Rising to the first floor there is an impressive tall sash window which fills the landing with natural light and benefits from a built-in bookcase. Access to the loft is via a loft hatch on the landing. Across this level are four spacious double bedrooms, two of which enjoy a dual aspect and have a feature fireplace. The master bedroom is at the front of the house and is accompanied by an en-suite bathroom with separate shower and bath. The first floor is completed by a large family bathroom which also has a separate shower and bath.

Externally, the property has gardens to three sides of the house, with a useful access pathway to the fourth side. At the rear and side is a beautifully mature garden with well stocked flower and shrub borders, several specimen trees and is bordered by a Cotswold stone wall.  A flagstone patio terrace leads out from the dining room and the garden has a charming view towards St Mary’s church spire which is lit up at night. Just off the kitchen is a directly south facing courtyard area, which also has access to an outhouse which the current owners use as a utility room.

Adjacent to the rear garden is a detached Cotswold stone coach house providing an open garage on the ground level and a room above which is ideal for storage. This building, which has previously been given planning permission that has now lapsed, would make fantastic ancillary accommodation in addition to the main house. Beside the property is a gravel parking area for multiple vehicles and at the front is a lawn separated by a pathway leading to the front door. The no-through lane to the side of the property leads to rolling countryside owned by the Estcourt and Highgrove Estates, with fantastic walks.

We understand the property is connected to all mains services; gas, electricity, water and drainage. Council tax band G (Cotswold District Council).

EPC – E.

Tetbury is an historic Wool town situated within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The town is known for antique shops and 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, hotels 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.


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Bath Road
Tetbury GL8 8EF
County: Gloucestershire
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: Grange Cottage
Last Updated: Saturday, 21 May 2022 07:55

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