15 Old Hill, Avening
Entrance Porch, Dining Room, Sitting Room, Office, Kitchen, 4 Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Rear Garden with Terrace, Front Garden, Driveway with space for several cars
- DETACHED HOME
- PERIOD PROPERTY
- LARGE GARDENS
- VIEWS ACROSS THE VALLEY
- VILLAGE LOCATION
- SECLUDED POSITION
- 4 BEDROOMS
- 2 RECEPTION ROOMS
- OFF STREET PARKING FOR SEVERAL CARS
Located in an elevated position at the top of Old Hill is this charming and characterful detached property. The house sits in the middle of it's ~1/3 acre plot with both front and rear gardens. Retaining much of it's charming and original features the bright accommodation is arranged over three floors. A large entrance porch leads into the dining room and through to the kitchen at the rear, with potential for an extension (subject to the necessary planning permissions). The cosy sitting room has an exposed stone open fireplace and follows into an additional space currently used as a home office. Two double bedrooms and family bathroom are on the first floor, with two additional double bedrooms on the top floor. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with steps leading down to a large driveway offering off-street parking for several cars. At the front of the property there is also access to a useful dry stone storage cellar. To the rear of the property is a pretty terraced area with steps up to a further lawned area with views across the valley.
From our Minchinhampton office, turn left onto Tetbury Street. Travel through Hampton Fields, descending down Hampton Hill where you will find the right hand turning to Old Hill, just after the bend. Travel along Old Hill continuing straight over at the crossroads, where No.15 will be immediately on your left hand side.
Avening is a historic Cotswold village in a pretty valley between the market towns of Tetbury and Minchinhampton, in the south-west of the Cotswolds.
The village has 2 pubs, a popular primary school, a Norman church and a great community spirit. There are genuinely special walks in the vicinity, and the adjacent lanes are very popular with cyclists. Nearby Nailsworth is a thriving country town with an excellent range of independent retailers and a burgeoning culinary reputation, while Tetbury and Minchinhampton are both steeped in history.
London is circa 2 hours by road with regular train services from both Kemble and Stroud stations, with trains scheduled from 75 minutes into London Paddington. Regency Cheltenham and Georgian Bath are almost equidistant. Minchinhampton has three challenging golf courses and the well know Gatcombe horse trials are hosted in the land adjacent to Avening.
Motorway M5 J13 Stroud - 7.5 miles, Motorway M4 J15 Swindon - 30 miles, Motorway M4 J18 Old Sodbury (Bath/Bristol) - 16 miles, Stroud Railway Station - 6 miles, Cirencester (centre) - 10 miles, Cheltenham (centre) - 18 miles, Bristol Temple Meads - 34.5 miles, Bath (centre) - 30 miles.