- Extremely Charming Cotswold Cottage
- Situated Within Generous Mature Gardens
- Two Reception Rooms
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Shower Room and Utility
- Two/Three Bedrooms
- Spacious Family Bathroom
- A Wealth of Character Including Exposed Beams and Fireplaces
- Off-Street Parking
- No Onward Chain
An extremely charming, detached stone cottage with generous gardens and parking, situated within the desirable hamlet of Doughton on the outskirts of Tetbury. No onward chain.
The Cottage sits very centrally within the hamlet of Doughton, which is well known as home to HRH Prince Charles who resides at neighbouring Highgrove House. The hamlet is extremely close to Tetbury itself, with the cottage itself being just over a mile from Long Street in the town centre which has many independent shops, cafes and boutiques.
Believed to date back to the 19th century, this stone cottage boasts a wealth of charm across its two floors with exposed beams, fireplaces and flagstone floors. The ground floor is entered via a front porch, which leads directly into the main reception room. Here there are stairs rising to the first floor and a fireplace to one end. Adjacent to this room is a 2nd reception room, also to the front of the property, so enjoying a pleasant outlook across the garden. The kitchen sits to the rear of the cottage with dual aspect windows, a flagstone floor throughout and fitted wall and base units run along two sides including a double Belfast sink and an Aga. A stable door opens to a patio, whilst to the opposite side of the room a utility room, shower room and rear lobby can be found.
Rising to the first floor, the landing has two storage cupboards and provides access to the bedrooms and bathroom. There are two double bedrooms and an occasional single bedroom, the single room would adapt well to a dressing room, study or even a nursery. At the rear is a spacious main bathroom, complete with a rolltop bath.
Externally the gardens are mainly to the front and side of the property. There are mature and well stocked borders, a couple of lawn areas and a flagstone patio leading directly out from the rear of the cottage. A parking area, which will comfortably park two vehicles, is found at the foot of the garden pathway, accessed from the the no-through country lane at the front of the property.
EPC – G.
The hamlet of Doughton has a friendly community and sits just a mile outside of the historic wool town of Tetbury, and within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Doughton is perfectly placed for access onto a number of public footpaths into the neighbouring countryside. Tetbury has many amenities to offer along its charming and quintessential centre including cafes, boutiques and restaurants, as well as essential amenities such as a supermarket and both primary and secondary schools. Kemble station, a mainline to London Paddington, is just c.7 miles North of the town.