High Street, Longborough, Gloucestershire, GL56

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
Pretty Cotswold stone cottage situated in a most popular village, with shop and public house

Spacious two-bedroom stone-built cottage, superbly presented and much improved, offering strong living accommodation throughout


The property is well positioned in the centre of this sought-after village, beautifully situated just off the High Street, and forming part of several converted farm outbuildings with a pretty front garden and an open-fronted parking barn

Well-equipped modern kitchen with a range of fitted wall and floor cupboards

Impressive dual aspect sitting/dining room with a fitted cast-iron wood-burner on a raised hearth, space for a dining table, exposed beams, part exposed stone wall, steps down to the kitchen, and stairs rising to the first floor; understairs storage cupboard

On the first floor is a contemporary fitted bathroom with roll-top bath and shower attachment

Two double bedrooms, one with a built-in wardrobe and a vaulted ceiling, both enjoy an abundance of natural light and beams

EPC Band D

If this is a lettings investment, we would recommend a lettings guide price in the region of £1,400 pcm


Council tax – band D

Tax payable for 2024/25 - £2,128.25


Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected

Gas-fired central heating, combi-boiler

Average broadband speeds advertised within this postcode are up to 73.9 Mbps if provider is BT

Gigaclear Hyperfast full fibre is connected to the end of the drive, with broadband speeds up to 900 Mbps


Longborough is an elevated village with many fine period houses and cottages, and one of very few in the locality that has the full complement of community establishments, so promoting a friendly and vibrant society

It has the Community shop and café, a thriving pub, church, village hall for community events and classes, and the Church of England primary school with Little Pickles Nursery, Longborough Primary School is rated as 'Good' by Ofsted, and the Longborough Festival Opera

The award-winning Daylesford Farm Shop, including the new and exclusive 'The Club by Bamford' is about 6.5 miles away


The front south-facing garden is laid to gravel, paving and mature shrubs, providing a tranquil seating area

To the rear of the cottage is a pretty secluded garden being predominantly laid to paving, with a useful stone-built garden shed, and fitted barbeque/pizza oven, perfect for summer 'al fresco' dining, the whole enjoying a great deal of privacy

Carport with door opening to the rear garden

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