- Right in the heart of beautiful Cotswold market town
- Brimming with character features
- Outside sun terrace
- Successful holiday let
- No chain
- Recently renovated to an exceptional standard
If you're looking for something with the “wow factor” then you will love this property. There are four spacious double bedrooms, a large open plan kitchen/dining room, lounge with outside sun terrace, bathroom with freestanding bath, a separate shower room and an additional loo accessed via the first floor landing or bedroom four. There is also a useful cellar and a small outside courtyard.
There is a large car park within 100 meters of the property for which permits can be purchased. Located adjacent to the iconic St Mary's Church, this townhouse provides easy access to Tetbury's array of shops, cafes, bakeries, and pubs, making it the perfect base for exploring the Cotswolds.
It is currently run as a successful holiday let and one of the “Guest favourites” on Airbnb with 5 star reviews. Guests love the period charm of the property combined with all the modern amenities and the fabulous location right in the heart of this wonderful historic Cotswold market town.
The property oozes character and quality and is looking for it’s next custodian.
As you come into the house there’s a small hallway and cupboard for coats and boots before you enter this magnificent open plan kitchen/diner with flagstone flooring throughout. You can feel the history in the dining area with the beams, and exposed honey coloured stone wall. There’s a grand fireplace which could also be reinstated.
Whilst still retaining the character, the gorgeous fitted kitchen is thoroughly modern with integrated dishwasher and washing machine, a 6 burner gas range and induction hob on the island. The kitchen also has a Belfast sink, breakfast bar built into the island and a large fully working wood burning stove in a beautiful stone fireplace.
Off the kitchen is a small area with tumble dryer and sink and Worcester boiler which has been recently installed. There’s a door out to the small courtyard area, which although isn’t used, has potential to be a small extra outdoor seating area.
Just off the dining area is the shower room with heated towel rail, toilet, vanity unit and sink. The cellar, which has potential to be a games room, cinema room or wine cellar is also accessed via the dining area.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms and the lounge/study area which leads out onto the sun terrace. With oak flooring and an open fireplace this room also has double glazed french doors and window with beam lintels.
The pretty raised timber frame sun terrace off the lounge looks over to the Rectory and is perfect for your morning coffee or evening sundowner in warm weather. For colder days the open fireplace makes a cosy space.
Opposite the lounge is a double bedroom with sash windows looking out to the town and countryside beyond. Also on the first floor is an additional toilet and vanity unit which leads into another double bedroom with sash window and town views.
On the second floor, up the oak stairs, is the bathroom and two further double bedrooms. The really spacious bathroom has beamed sloping ceilings, a gorgeous free standing slipper bath with shower attachment, sink and vanity unit, toilet, heated towel rail and a Velux window.
One of the bedrooms on this floor looks over the town and the other, another large bedroom has a lovely view across to the Rectory. Like the rest of the house it’s brimming with character with exposed stone wall and beautiful beams. There is a double glazed window and an additional Velux window making it a lovely bright room.
Construction type: Cotswold stone, standard construction
Council Tax - Band D Cotswold District Council
EPC -no EPC as it is a Grade II listed building
We understand that the property is connected to mains services of gas, electricity, water and drainage
Right of way - the owners of 24 Church Street have a right of way across the Bakers Yard at the rear
Broadband speed 61 Mbps Mobile signal 4G
Access: There are winding staircases which are characteristic of architecture of this period
Tetbury is a small Cotswold market town with big appeal and most notable for it's Royal neighbours, King Charles III and Queen Camilla. Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, it's an eclectic and lively place to live, with everything on tap.
For second homers, you could be here on a Friday evening enjoying tapas at Lola’s wine bar or one of our many other fine eateries, followed by a walk in the Cotswolds countryside on Saturday or pottering around the lovely independent shops. Maybe a trip to the arboretum or to the Beaufort Polo club to watch a game of polo, or a pampering day at the Calcot Spa. If golf is your thing, a round of golf at Minchinhampton golf club. For Sunday maybe a walk and a roast dinner in a proper country pub.
Tetbury has probably the biggest percentage antique shops per square mile anywhere in the UK, along with a range of independent interior and fashion boutiques, and enough delis, cafes and restaurants to keep any foodie very happy.
Council tax band: D