5 bedroom semi-detached house for saleBisley Street, Painswick, Stroud
Under Offer £325,000
- GRADE II LISTED FAMILY HOUSE
- CURRENTLY SPLIT INTO 2 APARTMENTS
- CENTRAL VILLAGE LOCATION
- CHARACTER FEATURES
- FULL OF OPPORTUNITY
- 3/4 RECEPTION ROOMS
- 5 BEDROOMS
- LARGE GARDEN
- LOVELY VIEWS
A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE A SUBSTANTIAL COTSWOLD STONE PROPERTY SITUATED RIGHT IN THE HEART OF PAINSWICK, CURRENTLY DIVIDED INTO TWO APARTMENTS BUT COULD EASILY BE REINSTATED TO A FAMILY HOUSE.
Gas centrally heated and well worth an internal inspection comprising 3/4 Reception Rooms, 2 Kitchens, 5 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, WC, Cellar, Gardens with Patios and Lovely Views.
Location - The village of Painswick, affectionately known as The Queen of the Cotswolds, is one of the most popular villages in Gloucestershire, probably best known for its church spire and ninety nine Yew trees and is an absolute delight with its quaint narrow streets and wealth of traditional Cotswold limestone houses and cottages. Local amenities include churches, primary school, hotel, restaurants, two public houses, a wide variety of most interesting shops, medical centre, golf course and other recreational facilities. There are lovely country walks on Painswick Beacon with a choice of many others nearby. Westonbirt Arboretum, Slimbridge Wildfowl Trust and Polo at Cirencester Park are also easily accessible, as is the Georgian Spa town of Cheltenham with its famous racecourse, approximately 10 miles distant. Painswick is also particularly convenient for the M4 and M5 motorways and those commuting to Stroud, Gloucester, Bath, Bristol and Swindon. A main line railway station at Stroud brings London within 90 minutes travelling time.
Motorway M5 J11a - 6.5 miles, Motorway M5 J13 - 7 miles, Motorway M4 J15 Swindon - 35 miles, Gloucester Railway Station - 6.5 miles, Stroud Railway Station - 4 miles, Cheltenham (central) - 10.5 miles. Distances are approximate.
Description - Tres Tabernae is a fascinating Cotswold stone property thought to date back to the early 1700's with possibly even earlier origins with the opportunity of turning what is currently two apartments into a lovely family home. Once a public house many years ago, the property is full of original character features including the fireplaces and leaded windows. On the ground floor is a sitting/dining room with stone open fireplace, kitchen, bedroom with WC, further bedroom and bathroom with utility, and access to the lovely gardens. The other apartment, No. 9a Tres Tabernae, is surprisingly spacious as it is laid out over four floors. There is still considerable character to the property including beams, leaded and sash windows, however it is now in need of modernisation. The entrance to the property is through an impressive studded 13th century door which leads into a flag stone passage taking you to the door of No.9a on the right. On the ground floor is an entrance hall and utility room with stone steps leading to a large vaulted cellar. Steps from the ground floor lead up to the first floor where there is a sitting room, fitted kitchen/breakfast room, dining room/ bedroom with stone fireplace and a bathroom. There are two further double bedrooms on the top floor with lovely village views. To the rear of the property is a pretty, lawned garden full of mature trees and shrubs.
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