2 High Street, Minchinhampton
Ground Floor Commercial - Shop, Store Room, WC
First and Second Floor Residential Accommodation - Entrance Hallway, Utility, Kitchen/Dining Room, Reception Room, Principle Bedroom with en-suite Bathroom, 2 further Double Bedrooms, Shower Room, Courtyard Garden, Double Tandem Garage
- PROMINENT POSITION
- COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL
- POTENTIAL INVESTMENT PROPERTY
- 3 BEDROOMED ACCOMMODATION
- DOUBLE TANDEM GARAGE
- CHARACTER PROPERTY
- COURTYARD GARDEN
Commanding an important position in the attractive High Street in Minchinhampton is this charming mixed use freehold property. On the ground floor the commercial premises, currently let as the Minchinhampton Post Office (providing a useful monthly income) occupies a prominent pretty bay window frontage and cast iron gates. The 3 bedroomed residential accommodation on the first and second floors is accessed via a private courtyard garden with both front and rear access and with over 1250 sq.ft of accommodation offers spacious and versatile living. With a stunning oak-beamed reception room and large kitchen/dining room there is ample entertaining space along with 3 double bedrooms a bathroom and additional shower room. To the rear of the property and accessed off Tetbury Street is a large tandem double garage which comes at such a premium in this area.
There are an abundance of options available with this property either for an owner occupier, investor or second home owner.
From our Minchinhampton office, cross the road and the property will be directly in front of you.
Minchinhampton is a charming and vibrant market town set high up in the Cotswold hills, south of Cheltenham within easy reach of Cirencester, Stroud & Tetbury. Its High Street is flanked by historic old buildings many of which are listed, such as No 2 which faces east/west. Minchinhampton has a thriving community spirit and as a result the town appeals to all ages. There is a good variety of local shops and services, an excellent primary school, a busy Gastro-Pub (The Crown) all surrounded by over 600 acres of unspoilt common land in the care of the National Trust. Nearby Stroud has an award winning Farmers’ Market, three supermarkets and a mainline station with direct services taking you into London Paddington within approximately 90 minutes. There are also three challenging 18-hole golf courses and many other clubs and societies including senior and junior rugby clubs.
Motorway M5 J13 Stroud - 6 miles, Motorway M4 J15 Swindon - 29 miles, Motorway M4 J18 Old Sodbury (Bath/Bristol) - 18 miles, Stroud Railway Station 3.5 miles, Kemble Railway Station - 13 miles, Cirencester (central) - 10.5 miles, Cheltenham (central) - 17.5 miles, Bristol Temple Meads - 35 miles. Distances are approximate.