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Slowwe Cottages, Arlingham, Glos


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Tenure: Freehold

Located in the desirable and sought after Severn Vale Village of Arlingham this Grade II listed cottage has abundance of character with many original exposed beams including exposed 'Cruck' frame with Wattle and Daub. Dating back 400 years the cottage has been sympathetically upgraded to a high standard and specification incorporating a high degrees of luxury fittings. Completely re-wired and re-plumbed with Worcester Bosch external combination boiler unit. The lounge has an Inglenook fireplace with woodburner and there is a separate dining room. There is a custom-built staircase up to the first floor there are two good sized bedrooms. There is a driveway that can accommodate two cars. The cottage is set in a sizable garden with views over local countryside.

Arlingham is a delightful unspoiled village in the Horseshoe Bend of the River Severn with a local pub within walking distance of the property.

*There is septic tank drainage.

Oil tank holds 2,500 litres.

Property ref: 121_2747_4235052

DINING ROOM 5.33m(17'6") x 3.28m(10'9") 
Oak Cruck frame being around 400 years old from the late 16th century between the living room and dining room. Exposed ceiling beams, exposed wattle and daub, window to front, exposed 'Stucco' lime plastered wall and custom made exposed pine staircase.

KITCHEN 3.76m(12'4") x 2.74m(9'0") 
Part glazed door, a range of eye and base level Omega Warwick units with quality soft close drawers. Exposed timbers and brick, space for fridge/freezer, a feature stone floor and White Ceramic one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap, Miele induction hob and Miele built-in oven. Two double glazed windows, timber style work surfaces.

Picket style fence to front with lawns. Side vehicular access with good sized parking area, there is a brick built wash house to the front currently used for garden equipment and potting shed. The rear garden has a patio area, good size lawn, shrubs and borders. There is a listed barn to the side boundary giving the effect of a walled garden. The gardens are a particular feature with an abundance of shrubs and borders adjoining open fields.

BEDROOM ONE 3.28m(10'9") x 4.85m(15'11") 
Exposed Cruck frame with lime plaster, exposed Oak ceiling beams. Oak ledged door with thumb latch and painted wood floor. Double glazed timber framed window to front with views over farmland, radiator and tv point.

BEDROOM TWO 3.76m(12'4") x 2.90m(9'6") 
Exposed Cruck frame and Oak ceiling beams, painted wood floor and Oak ledged door with thumb latch. Double glazed aluminium window, radiator, tv point and exposed brick to chimney and wall.

BATHROOM 2.72m(8'11") x 2.18m(7'2") 
Boasting Heritage suite with low flush WC, bath with mixer shower, pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail. Painted exposed brick wall and chimney breast with 'Earthborn' clay paint. Double glazed UPVC window.

LIVING ROOM 5.11m(16'9") x 3.84m(12'7") 
Having Inglenook fireplace with Clearview multi-fuel burner on a raised hearth with underlighting, exposed Oak and Elm ceiling and wall beams, Cruck frame with exposed Wattle and Daub, two radiators, tv point, two double glazed windows giving double aspect to front and rear. Four wall light points.

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20 September 2016


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