Property Description

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A charming Cotswold stone cottage with a southerly facing garden and idyllic backdrop of open countryside in the picturesque village of Brockhampton on the outskirts of Cheltenham. Boasting an abundance of character and charm this unique property enjoys panoramic views of the Cotswold escarpment in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the location benefits from easy access to local amenities, traditional pub - The Craven Arms and countryside walks. Nearby major transport links for commuting it makes for an ideal second home or holiday cottage.
Dated circa 1770 the property has been extended and lovingly maintained and the accommodation on offer comprises in brief; entrance lobby, formal dining room with log burning stove, cosy sitting room with open fire, kitchen breakfast room with views across the southerly facing garden to the countryside beyond and bathroom on the ground floor with a traditional white suite. Upstairs are two bedrooms.
There is unrestricted parking on street and a layby opposite the cottage makes parking nearby hassle free. The property is connected to mains water supply and benefits from double glazing and has a mix of electric heating, open fireplaces and log burning stove.
Brockhampton is a delightful rural Cotswold village with a superb local pub, The Craven Arms. The nearby village of Sevenhampton has a lovely parish church and the historic town of Winchcombe (4 miles) provides an excellent range of local shops and pubs/restaurants and is also home to Sudeley Castle. The region's major commercial and cultural centre of Cheltenham lies just 7 miles to the west, providing a comprehensive range of services and amenities.

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