3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleTetbury Street, Minchinhampton, Stroud
- PROMINENT POSITION
- ATTRACTIVE FACADE
- HISTORIC BUILDING
- FOR REDEVELOPMENT
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
- GOOD SHOP FRONTAGE
- 4 BEDROOM APARTMENT
- WORKSHOP AND STORAGE
- EXCELLENT PARKING
- GRADE II LISTED
ONE OF THE MOST PROMINENT BUILDINGS IN MINCHINHAMPTON, ORIGINALLY AN OLD COACHING INN, NOW AVAILABLE FOR RE-DEVELOPMENT WITH NO ONWARD CHAIN.
Listed Grade II Double Fronted Shop with Extensive Storage and Ancillary Areas at the Rear, 2 Reception Room and 4 Bedroom Apartment Over, Cellar, Workshops, Garage and Extensive Parking within a Large Courtyard.
Location - Minchinhampton is an historic old market town at the southern end of the Cotswolds, between Cirencester and Stroud, about 5 miles north of Tetbury. A thriving community, Minchinhampton is arguably one of the most popular and sought after places to live within the Stroud Valleys. At its heart, attracting young families, is an excellent primary school, while the town's compact nature and good facilities including shops, a health centre, dental practice and public library also means it appeals to the older generation as well. Adjoining Minchinhampton is its greatest natural asset; over 600 acres of common land, a marvellous open space and host to one of the town's three challenging golf courses. Residents commute from the town to all the main conurbations of the region as it is in the apex of the M4 and M5 Motorways so communications are excellent. London is about 2 hours and Bristol about 45 minutes, trains from Stroud into London Paddington are scheduled from around 93 minutes and the town also has three major supermarkets while Nailsworth, just down the hill from Minchinhampton, is full of independent retailers.
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, Bristol Airport - 40 miles. Distances are approximate.
Description - For over 250 years 4 Tetbury Street was a pub, The Salutation Inn. More recently the building was the premises of an electrical retailer which ceased trading from there over three years ago. Currently unoccupied with no onward chain, behind the attractive faade with its distinctive bay window, is a fascinating building which is Listed Grade II. The original building is flanked by courtyards on either side providing parking for vehicles at one side; an unusual trait in Minchinhampton, the other has been covered over to provide additional storage space. A double fronted shop front faces the street with ancillary accommodation behind and cellars beneath. The residential accommodation is spread over the two upper floors. There are two good reception rooms, a kitchen area, bathroom, four bedrooms and attic space. At the very rear of the property is a further storage area with a workshop above, the latter also being accessible from the first floor. With its prominent position within the town, 4 Tetbury Street would arguably suit a number of different uses subject to planning, and represents an increasingly rare opportunity to take on a most rewarding project working with a fine old building of immense character, whose potential is obvious.
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