Positioned in the heart of the historic market town of minchinhampton, this grade II listed cottage offers spacious accommodation with potential for further improvements as well as A garage and parking space
Hallway, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, good size Sitting Room, Cloakroom, 2 first floor Bedrooms, Shower Room, Attic Room, Courtyard Garden, Garage, Cellar
Number 2 Tetbury Street is conveniently located close to the heart of Minchinhampton, with its many excellent amenities. The Grade II listed property offers spacious accommodation spread over three floors. There is a surprisingly wide entrance hall, downstairs cloakroom, good size kitchen/breakfast room and large sitting room with patio doors leading to the courtyard garden. The first floor has two double bedrooms and a shower room. The second floor has two intercommunicating attic rooms and a further attic space, ripe for modernizing and bringing into the rest of the accommodation. The sunny courtyard gives access to the rear of the garage, which is accessed by road, just off Well Hill. There is also access to a cellar via a trap door in the kitchen.
The property is most easily found by crossing the road from our Minchinhampton office, turning left into Tetbury Street and Number 2 is almost immediately on the right hand side.
Minchinhampton is a charming small market town in the south-west of the Cotswolds, between Cirencester and Stroud and immediately north of Tetbury. It retains good local facilities all within easy walking distance of number 2, including a well stocked general store, butcher, chemist, post office, popular pub, several cafes, doctor and dental practices, primary school and active church. Number 2 is part of the historic core of the town, which has seen less change than other communities as it is protected from development by the surrounding common land. This glorious open expanse of National Trust common land stretches to approximately 650 acres and is only minutes away from 2 Tetbury Street. The larger towns nearby, Nailsworth and Stroud both have an excellent range of independent retailers, as well as supermarkets, the latter having a large Waitrose and an award winning Saturday Farmers Market. Minchinhampton is within 2 hours of London by road or about 90 minutes by train from Stroud Station. Bath, Bristol, Cheltenham, Gloucester and Tetbury, are all within convenient reach and there is good access to the M5 Motorway - Junction 13.