Entrance Porch, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility/Cloakroom, 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom, large well landscaped Gardens with Summer House and lovely Views.
- DETACHED HOME
- SECLUDED POSITION
- LARGE GARDENS
- VIEWS ACROSS THE VALLEY
- 2 RECEPTION ROOMS
- 3 BEDROOMS
- LARGE PATIO
- SUMMER HOUSE
15 Tetbury Hill is a most attractive detached period property, tucked away up a small footpath in the very popular Cotswold village of Avening. The present owners have lived there for nearly 40 years and have maintained and improved the property to provide a lovely cosy home. The entrance porch leads into the dining room with wood burner and onto the sitting room which has an open fire place. Both these rooms have southerly aspect overlooking the garden terrace. There is a well fitted kitchen with adjacent utility/cloakroom and a useful side access/storeroom. Upstairs there are three good size bedrooms and bathroom.
Outside, the gardens are a particular feature of the property. Well landscaped and looked after, they are also made up of different areas of interest; lawns, flower borders, orchard, rockeries and pathways all adding to the lovely cottage experience. At the top of the garden, a summer house provides a lovely sitting area to enjoy the fabulous location.
The property is most easily found by leaving our Minchinhampton office via Tetbury Street out towards Avening. On reaching the village, turn left onto Tetbury Hill. Number 15 is accessed via a footpath approximately 100 yards up on the left hand side. Parking is on the road side.
Avening is an 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, opportunities to keep a horse locally at livery 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 normally under 2 hours by road with regular train services from Kemble station (Cirencester), scheduled from 75 minutes into London Paddington. Regency Cheltenham or Georgian Bath are almost equi-distant, Minchinhampton has three challenging golf courses and there are the Gatcombe Horse Trials close by.
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. Distances are approximate