Cup House, Painswick
Entrance Hall, open plan Sitting/Dining Room, Kitchen, Cloakroom, 2 double Bedrooms, Bath/Shower Room, large Attic, Courtyard Garden and Views.
- MODERN COTTAGE
- COTSWOLD STONE
- 2 BEDROOMS
- OPEN PLAN SITTING/DINING ROOM
- FITTED KITCHEN
- COURTYARD GARDEN
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
- RECENTLY UPDATED
- CENTRAL VILLAGE LOCATION
- VILLAGE VIEWS
Cup House, 2 Bisley Street is most easily found by leaving our office in Painswick on the A46 in the direction of Cheltenham. Take the first right onto Bisley Street where the entrance to the Cup House can be found a short distance down the road on the right hand side before The Longfield Charity Shop.
Cup House, named as it is built on the site of the former Painswick Tea-Rooms, is a modern terraced home built 27 years ago from Cotswold Stone, right in the heart of the village. The property has recently been subject to a complete renovation project throughout and is beautifully appointed. On the ground floor is an entrance hall, open plan sitting/dining room with doors to rear patio garden, fully fitted kitchen and a cloakroom. Upstairs there are two good double bedrooms, both with plenty of built in storage, a bath/shower room and a large attic space (originally designed to be a further bedroom). To the rear of the property is a charming south facing courtyard garden with seating area and views over the village.
Often referred to as the Queen of the Cotswolds, Painswick is a quintessentially Cotswold village with pretty streets lined with stunning historic homes. The Cup House is within minutes of the many amenities, including a local shop, chemist, two pubs, several cafes and a sought after boutique hotel, The Painswick, Cup House is ideally located for ease of living. Positioned at the top of Bisley Street, the property affords far reaching views across the village and the Painswick valley.
One of the key draws to the area is the excellent choice of schools, with grammar schools in Stroud, Gloucester and Cheltenham, as well as many popular schools in the private sector and a popular primary school in the village. The Painswick community is a welcoming one, with numerous local events and plenty to see and do in the local area. The Cotswold Way runs through the village, offering a lovely source of walks and nearby Painswick Beacon plays host to a golf course and the historic Rococo Gardens are within walking distance of the Bank Flat.
Well placed for commuting, Painswick is circa 90 minutes to London by train, from nearby Stroud mainline station and approximately 20 minutes drive to Cheltenham and Gloucester. The M5 motorway is also within easy reach, for commuting to Bristol and the Midlands.