Forming part of the street scene of one of the most popular High Streets in the North Cotswolds and full of the innate character and charm of the late 17th century, this semi-detached, three storey, four bedroom period town house is strongly recommended for inspection by those looking for real Cotswold character combined with the contemporary refinements of modern day living.
The property features a full width open plan living room and kitchen diner with substantial inglenook fireplace and a range of antique oak units and integrated appliances. There are many exposed beams, exposed stone walls and an elm staircase.
There are two double bedrooms and a contemporary style bathroom/w.c. at first floor level and two further double bedrooms and a shower room/w.c. on the second floor. Two of the bedrooms have gabled windows which enjoy a most intriguing outlook along the tree lined High Street in Moreton in Marsh.
The property has gas fired central heating from a combination boiler, an enclosed front garden and its own allocated parking space in a car port to the rear of the property.
Moreton in Marsh is one of the more traditional market towns in the North Cotswolds with hotels, restaurants, public houses and an array of shops and tea rooms. The town has its own primary school and private school and is within the catchment for Chipping Campden secondary school. Most notably the town has its own railway station with direct links to Oxford and London Paddington.
7.98m (26ft 2in) x 5.21m (17ft 1in)
Karndean flooring throughout, exposed original beams to the ceiling with supporting pillars, Cotswold stone inglenook fireplace with canopy over with dog grate coal effect gas fire, easterly facing front and westerly facing rear windows, kitchen area fitted on two sides with granite style laminate work tops and bespoke solid oak units with aluminium handles, integrated AEG dishwasher, split level fridge with freezer below, antique style plate rack, seven further base cupboards, four matching wall mounted cupboards and canopied cooker hood with six ring gas hob with griddle and triple oven. Open tread elm staircase and double radiator and three mounted wall points. Solid oak front door to match kitchen units.
First Floor Landing Area:
Built in cupboard with extractor and light.
First Floor Front Bedroom 1:
4.65m (15ft 3in) x 3.05m (10ft 0in)
With easterly and southerly aspected windows with attractive outlook along Moreton High Street, exposed pointed stone wall, double radiator, double built in wardrobe.
Side Bedroom 2:
5.08m (16ft 8in) x 2.79m (9ft 2in)
Door with stained glass leaded pane window. Double radiator, easterly and northerly aspect windows, outlook over courtyard gardens, built in utility cupboard with wall mounted Remeha combination boiler for instantaneous hot water and gas fired central heating. Plumbing for automatic washer. Ornate cast iron fire place with stone surround, one exposed pointed stone wall with shelves to side and triple built in wardrobe.
With three piece suite in white, low flush w.c., wash hand basin set into a cabinet surround and jacuzzi whirlpool bath with hand held shower attachment, tile walls with a mosaic dado tiling relief, three wall mounted cupboards with glazed doors and nine further cupboards, dressing mirror with light and glazed shelf and built in shaver point.
Second Floor Landing Area:
With two double built in wardrobes with light. Small access to loft space.
3.73m (12ft 3in) x 2.87m (9ft 5in)
Built in bedroom furniture incorporating three double eaves cupboards, two bookshelf areas, a four drawer unit and corner dressing area or study with double radiator to one side, dormer window with westerly outlook over garden.
With three piece suite, low flush w.c., circular wash hand basin and shower cubicle with built in Galaxy electric shower, exposed beam, part tile walls, built in extractor and shaver point.
3.56m (11ft 8in) x 2.77m (9ft 1in)
Dormer window with westerly outlook and gable window with outlook along Moreton High Street, exposed pointed stone wall and chimney breast, built in double cupboard unit and dressing area and double radiator, integral four drawer unit and double built in walk in wardrobe.
10.67m (35ft 0in) x 9.14m (30ft 0in)
With block paved area suitable for al fresco dining, random Cotswold stone wall and maturing tree scape. There is gated access to the side leading to a communal courtyard area over which the property has vehicular rights of access leading to a quadruple carport which the inner most section is apportioned to this property.
5.26m (17ft 3in) x 2.26m (7ft 5in)
With gravel base and pitch roof
The courtyard is jointly owned by the five frontages over which there are rights of access for all parties.