Sitting Room, fully fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room, double Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room, Courtyard with separate access.
- CONTEMPORARY APARTMENT
- VILLAGE CENTRE
- RENOVATED TO A HIGH SPEC
- SPACIOUS & LIGHT
- 1 DOUBLE BEDROOM
- EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
- STYLISH KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
- COURTYARD GARDEN
This former delicatessen has been beautifully and sympathetically converted and renovated into a light and spacious ground floor apartment. With good sized rooms, there is a sitting/dining room to the front with useful storage and built in dog bed, impressive fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room which leads through to the double bedroom with stylish en-suite shower room. At the back of the property there are double doors leading from the kitchen to a small courtyard garden area which has its own access around the side of the property.
Olivas is most easily located by leaving our Painswick office and turning into Victoria Street in the direction of the village centre. Follow the road round to the left and then take the next left into Friday Street, where Olivas can be found after a short distance on the right hand side.
The 'Queen of the Cotswolds', Painswick arguably has more fine period buildings within a defined area, than anywhere else in the Cotswolds. A friendly and welcoming community, almost all the facilities of the village are within walking distance of Olivas and there are numerous sport and social clubs as well as a challenging 18 hole golf course and beautiful gardens open to the public. Jealously guarding its reputation as a village community, Painswick, has the feel of a small country town with its magnificent church at its centre and good local services. Situated south of Gloucester and Cheltenham and west of Cirencester, the village is located in an official area of natural beauty, within the fold of the Cotswold hills, with spectacular views in all directions. The Painswick, the village's highly rated hotel restaurant, is a stone's throw away and there are also two good village pubs, both serving food. The village is within easy reach of a number of good schools in the public and private sectors and has its own thriving primary school. London is circa 2 hours by road and approximately 95 minutes by rail from nearby Stroud Station and there is good access to the M5 motorway - Junction 11a - Cheltenham.