High Street, East End, Northleach, Gloucestershire, GL54

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Imposing and elegant Grade II Listed family home with south-facing gardens and countryside views

This elegant mid-terrace family home, originally built by John Dutton, the 2nd Baron of the Sherborne Estate, dates back to the mid to late 1600's

Originally one of 80 burgage plots within Northleach

Located within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Northleach Conservation Area

The property offers a wealth of original period features and has a generous rear garden of approximately 260 ft. in length


The hall leads through to the delightful front sitting room with an original open stone fireplace with enclosed alcove and open log store, leaded-light stone mullion front window and exposed wooden flooring

The connecting family/dining room offers an abundance of period features, with an attractive fireplace incorporating a cast-iron wood-burner, part-exposed stone walling and quarry stone flooring, and a stone-mullion window overlooks the landscaped terrace and garden

Leading off the family room, is the stylish vintage-style cloakroom, with fitted cupboard incorporating plumbing for washing machine

To the rear of the cottage, is the dual-aspect contemporary kitchen, offering a good selection of base units, stainless-steel sink, gas hob and oil-fired Aga, with a stable door leading to the garden

To the first floor, there are two spacious double bedrooms with stone-mullion windows leading off the good-size landing, with a vintage-style family bathroom, with exposed wooden flooring

To the second floor, the principal bedroom has two fitted double wardrobes, a roof-light with wonderful views, part-exposed A-frame and stripped floor boards

The connecting en-suite has a shower, roof light, and Victorian-style radiator with heated towel rail

EPC Band D

If this is a lettings investment, we would recommend a lettings guide price in the region of £1,600 to £1,750 pcm


Council tax – band D

Tax payable for 2023/24 - £2,088.30


Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected

Oil fired central heating

Gas hob by bottled propane gas

Average broadband speeds advertised within this postcode are up to 70.5 Mbps if provider is BT


Northleach is situated in a central Cotswold location on the junction of the A40 and A429 (Fosse Way), and has a core of excellent everyday shops

Well-established and popular Wine Bar, the Wheatsheaf Pub and Sherborne Arms Pub, Linwoods Bakery, Budgens convenience store, Post Office, beauty salon, butcher, chemist and weekly market

Primary school with swimming pool, medical centre and a modern community centre with great facilities and plenty of parking

The church of St. Peter and St. Paul is one of the Cotswolds' most historic "wool" churches and, as well as providing space for private prayer, publish worship and landmark celebrations, hosts many concerts, recitals, talks and events

Other major centres within easy reach are Cirencester, (10.5 miles), Cheltenham (13.5) and Gloucester (20)

Good train services to London Paddington from both Kemble (15.3) miles and Kingham (14.4)


The stunning south-facing garden is approximately c.260 ft. in length, with a tiered terrace leading off from the kitchen, with an abundance of space for free-standing flowerpots

Gated pedestrian right of way across the garden of 1 Old Manor Cottages to the public foothpath which runs between the High Street and the open countryside behind

Following the bark-lined steps to the first section of lawn, is a raised gravelled area, providing the ideal space for an additional table and chairs or sun beds

Divided by part-trellis fencing, there is an second section of lawn with well-stocked flower and shrub borders which leads through and down to the kitchen garden

Substantial wooden outbuilding with power and fitted wood burner, which could be easily tranformed into an amazing home office/studio space, subject to the usual consent

Beyond the wooden outbuilding, is the last section of garden, laid to lawn with a small pond, with the whole backing onto open countryside

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