- Beautifully Restored Cottage
- Open-Plan Kitchen/Dining Room
- Separate Sitting Room
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Stylish Bathroom
- Downstairs W.C
- Private Rear Garden
- A Short Walk from the Town Centre
Restored to a beautiful standard, a spacious two bedroom cottage in the town centre boasting an attractive rear garden. No onward chain.
Butterfly Cottage has recently undertaken a restoration, along with the adjacent cottage, to convert a larger house back into two properties. The cottage has been fully renovated to a beautiful standard, being sympathetic to its age yet with a contemporary finish to suit modern day living. It is just a short walk from the town centre and would suit well as both a main home or as a holiday cottage in the Cotswolds.
On the ground floor, the front door leads directly into an entrance hall with stairs to the first floor, a storage cupboard and doors to the living rooms. A cosy separate sitting room is to the front of the cottage, complete with an attractive, exposed stone wall and chimney breast housing a wood burner within the fireplace. A large sash window allows in plenty of natural light.
Across the rear of the property, a recent extension has been opened up with the existing footprint, to create a super spacious kitchen/dining/living space. The kitchen is fully fitted with wall and base units under a granite worktop and boasts integrated appliances throughout. The rear window and part-glazed door combined with the Velux skylights, fills the room with light. A downstairs W.C can be found beyond the kitchen, and a cupboard housing the central heating boiler sits to the corner of the living space.
Rising to the first floor, the master bedroom is a very generous double. It reaches the width of the cottage and enjoys two sash windows to the front, and an impressive vaulted ceiling that shows off the exposed beams. There is a second double bedroom to the rear, adjacent to the bathroom that is fitted with a white suite, shower over the bath and an attractive pattern tiled floor.
Externally there is a level garden to the rear, comprising a patio area leading directly out from the kitchen. The remainder is laid to lawn and bordered by Cotswold stone walling and fencing.
The property is understood to be connected to mains electric, water and drainage. The heating is served by oil. Council tax band D (Cotswold District Council).
EPC – C.
Tetbury is a historic Wool town situated within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The town 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.