- Atrractive Apartment With a Grade II Listed Conversion
- Open-Plan Living Space
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Modern Shower Room
- Private Patio Terrace
- Well Maintained Communal Gardens
- Private Parking Area
- Town Centre Location
- No Onward Chain
A delightful, beautifully presented two-bedroom ground floor apartment within a converted Grade II former brewery, offered to the market with no onward chain. The apartment comes with its own generous covered parking space.
An attractive, well-considered residential conversion of a Cotswold stone, grade II-listed Victorian brewery in the heart of Tetbury, Helena Court dates back to 1988. Its generous, beautifully maintained communal gardens feature a lawn, pond, patio terraces, well-stocked borders and mature trees.
The entrance to No. 8 is situated within the development’s light-filled atrium, with the front door opening onto a hall with storage area and doorways through to the kitchen and living room. The kitchen has fitted wall and base units, an integrated oven, hob, fridge and freezer, and an arched opening onto the living / dining space, giving an airy, open-plan feel. The inviting living space has a double casement window and French windows. Beyond the living room, an internal hall leads to the two double bedrooms, modern shower room and airing cupboard.
No. 8 has its own generous covered parking space, from which a passageway leads past the communal recycling cupboards to the building’s atrium.
EPC - Exempt.
The property is understood to be connected to mains electricity, water and sewage. Heating is provided by electric heaters, and the solid timber-framed windows are double glazed. The leasehold property (on a 999-year lease), is subject to an annual service charge of £2271.48, and is Council tax band D (Cotswold District Council).
An historic market town situated within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Tetbury is a popular centre for cyclists and walkers, and is close to the National Arboretum at Westonbirt, Chavenage House, and Highgrove House. Tetbury is known for its strong sense of community, fostered by events such as the Woolsack Race, Wacky Races and Tetbury Music Festival. The town is home to welcoming cafés, boutiques, antique shops, restaurants, and to the Goods Shed Arts Centre, which hosts cinema, music, theatre and workshops. Essential amenities include supermarkets, a petrol station, primary and secondary schools (both rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted). Bus services serve local towns and cities, and there is a mainline railway station at Kemble, approx. seven miles from the town, offering direct journeys to London Paddington of c.1hr 20 mins.