Tel: 01666 504418
£345,000 For Sale
A charming natural stone cottage style end of terrace house, tucked away in a sought after small cul-de-sac off the High Street, within walking distance of all the village amenities. The accommodation consists of entrance hall with staircase to landing and adjacent cloakroom. The kitchen with plenty of storage cupboards, some integrated appliances and planned space for a washing machine. The open plan sitting/dining room is at the back of the house which has double French doors ready to throw open onto the rear garden, which is larger than expected as it stretches behind the carport, so would be ideal as a sheltered area for storage or a greenhouse.
At first floor level the three bedrooms consist of two doubles, a single and family bathroom. The master bedroom has a built-in double wardrobe and en-suite shower. Both bedrooms two and three enjoy views over farmland to the rear.
The pretty cottage style garden to the front is bordered by natural stone walls with minimalist planting. The rear garden is well enclosed by tall timber panel fencing and rural views over pasture land. Whilst a few yards from the property is an open bay garage within a tarmacadam courtyard the courtyard is owned by No 2.
The property has the benefit of an electric radiator central heating system and cottage style timber double glazing.
The village of Avening is located almost equidistant between Nailsworth and Tetbury and provides local facilities which include 2 public houses (one of which, The Cross Inn, runs a co-operative village stores and post office), a primary school with an outstanding reputation, and a historic Saxon Church. Located on the northern edge of Avening is the well-known Minchinhampton Golf Club, boasting two 18 hole courses.
Avening is very much in the Royal Triangle with Gatcombe Park, the home of The Princess Royal being immediately to the north of the village and Highgrove House, the country home of HRH The Prince of Wales, a few miles away near Tetbury. The nearest towns are Nailsworth and Tetbury, both of which have a reasonable range of local facilities including shops, public houses and primary schools with a secondary school at Tetbury. Also within the local area are a number of places of interest including the world famous Westonbirt Arboretum with some 18 thousand trees and shrubs in approximately 600 acres of landscaped grounds.
DIRECTIONS From our office in the centre of town proceed down Long Street. At the junction with London Road fork left into Hampton Street and continue on through the hamlet of Tetbury Upton to the village of Avening. Once in the village proceed down the hill taking the sharp left bend into the High Street and towards the bottom of the High Street past The Bell public house, primary school and Pike House Mews will be seen on the left.