Cutwell, Tetbury: £875,000
Situated in a very desirable location within walk of both town and country, an impressive detached house set in mature gardens of about 1/3 acre offering beautifully presented refurbished accommodation (c. 2056 sq.ft) with further potential to enlarge.
DESCRIPTION This impressive individually designed detached house was built in 1979 and is set within a large private garden extending to approximately a third of an acre. In recent years, the property has been tastefully refurbished and now boasts beautifully presented accommodation throughout which extends in all to around 2056 sq.ft internally. The central hall with its elegant staircase leads off to a formal drawing room with French doors to the garden and an open fire whilst retracting doors lead to a useful study. The impressive, light filled kitchen/dining/family room has been opened up and is fitted with a bespoke solid oak kitchen. A boot room/utility and separate shower room complete the ground floor layout. On the first floor, there are four double bedrooms, the master with a spacious ensuite and a family bathroom, both upgraded in recent times. An attic conversion above provides potential additional accommodation and is insulated and boarded with natural light form Velux windows.
Externally there is a superb double garage with storage over which again as further potential as an annexe or similar (subject to planning) whilst the front garden offers ample parking for a number of cars plus mature gardens with good privacy. The rear garden is a delight with level lawns, a large sun terrace and views to Tetbury Church. Mature trees and shrubs compliment colourful beds and borders whilst a sizable further area of garden has a number of raised beds for fruit vegetables and a garden shed.
SITUATION Situated in the very desirable ‘Cutwell’, this impressive home is ideally placed for both town and country with both within easy walking distance. Tetbury is a thriving historic Cotswold market town with much of it dating back to the 17th and 18th Centuries. The town has a broad range of shops and amenities for everyday needs as well as a number of quality antique shops, excellent hotels, restaurants and cafes within the town centre. Further everyday needs include a large supermarket, hospital, surgeries and post office whilst there are also excellent schools catering for all ages. Waitrose at Malmesbury and Cirencester.
Voted by Country Life magazine recently as the third most desirable town in the country, Tetbury is situated within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is surrounded by delightful Cotswold Countryside where there are ample opportunities for walking, shooting and hunting.
Conveniently located less than half an hour from both the M4 and M5 motorway, Tetbury is within easy reach of Cirencester, Cheltenham, Bath, Bristol and Swindon. Close by is the beautiful Forest Commission run Westonbirt Arboretum and Prince Charles Highgrove Estate. There is good access to nearby Kemble Railway Station which provides regular fast services to London and other regional centres.