A unique property, with a rear courtyard, situated on the outskirts of the town centre, just a short stroll from all Tetbury’s amenities yet enjoying a countryside outlook. No onward chain.
The Old Meeting Hall overlooks the Cutwell Valley and the Gloucestershire countryside that surrounds Tetbury. Now in need of some updating, the property has generous room proportions across two floors with potential to reconfigure and modernise and would make a super second home in the Cotswolds.
Thought to have been built in the early 19th century, the building has had a variety of lives – from a Methodist Chapel to a garage for Warn’s Brewery as well as Meeting House for the Plymouth Brethren, before being converted into a house in 1996. It is also believed that it was commandeered by the Australian Flying Corps in the First World War to house their staff cars.
Across the ground floor are two reception rooms, a kitchen plus an entrance hall and downstairs W.C. One of the reception rooms has a feature fireplace and is semi open-plan with the kitchen. All ground floor rooms enjoy views towards the valley and Bath Bridge.
Rising to the first floor are two very generous double bedrooms and a shower room sitting between the two.
Externally, to the rear, is a courtyard garden belonging to the property with side access to the front. There is a gravel area to the front of the property either side of the front door, ideally for some potted plants and on-street parking can be found on Bath Road outside the house.
The property is understood to be connected to mains services; gas, electric, water and drainage. Council tax band D (Cotswold District Council).
EPC – E.
Tetbury is a 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, plus it’s highly anticipated and well attended, annual Woolsack Races held each May on Gumstool Hill.
Along with the Princes’ own independent shop ‘Highgrove’, the charming and quintessential town centre has many amenities to offer including cafes, boutiques and restaurants. Essential amenities such as a supermarket and both 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 equidistance to the south and west, respectively.