Friday Street, Weston Sub Edge, Gloucestershire, GL55


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  • Bedrooms: 2
A pretty and well presented Grade II listed cottage located in the heart of this well-regarded village.

Entrance hall, 2 bedrooms and shower room, first floor dining area, kitchen, sitting room and study. Garage and attractive garden.

Merrivale Cottage is a delightful Grade II Listed two bedroom property dating from the 17th Century and built from Cotswold stone set under a steep stone tiled roof. The cottage enjoys an enclosed and private garden and secure gated parking. The property benefits from notable features including stone mullion windows, beams and exposed stonework, an attractive sitting room with vaulted ceiling and the upgraded shower room. The cottage is gas fired centrally heated. No onward chain.


Weston-Sub-Edge lies at the foot of the Cotswold Escarpment below Dovers Hill, just 2 miles from Chipping Campden and approximately four miles to the north of Broadway. It is a most attractive north Cotswold village and is home to the St Lawrence thirteenth century church, an excellent Public House, village hall and Bowling Green. Dovers Hill (one mile) is the setting for "The Cotswold Olimpicks" which is an annual event dating back to 1612. Stratford-upon-Avon and Cheltenham would be regarded as the main regional, cultural, shopping and educational centres.


The front of the property is approached through large wooden gates with dry stone walling to a generous gravelled area that provides parking and leads to the Garage – automatic up and over door, door to garden.

The garden is principally laid to lawn with a small patio to the rear of the property. The garden has well stocked borders and is enclosed on all sides by fencing and a Cotswold stone wall. A path leads to the end of the garden where there is a Summer House, garden shed and a further seating area.

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