The Terrace, Mickleton, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire. GL55 6SL
- One Bedroom Cottage
- Exposed Beams
- Wood Burning Stove
- Separate Garden Studio/Bedroom
- Garage and Allocated Parking Space
- Stylish Conversion
Full of the innate character and charm of a period home, with exposed beams to the ceiling, elm floorboards and a particularly cosy bedroom on the second floor with an apex ceiling. The refinements of modern day living include a stylish fitted kitchen with a good complement of units including a built in oven and hob and a modern bathroom suite. The property is warmed with gas fired central heating from a combination boiler, a villager wood burning stove in the first floor living room and either sealed unit or secondary double glazing.
In addition to the main property there is a converted studio bedroom in the garden with its own en suite shower room and picture windows onto the south easterly facing rear garden. The garden itself is enclosed with lattice fencing and is ornamentally designed with a decking area to the rear for al fresco dining. The cottage has its own allocated parking space in addition to the adjacent garage in a rear courtyard with vehicular access onto the high street.
Mickleton has two public houses and a hotel which is host to the famous pudding club. There is a good quality village store, a butchers and village shop. The town is located mid-way between the Cotswold cafe society of Chipping Campden and the famous market town of Stratford-upon-avon, with a plethora of local attractions including the Royal Shakespeare company.
Kitchen Area (4.19m x 3.58m or 13' 9' x 11' 9')
Living kitchen fitted on two sides with concealed pelmet lighting illuminating the wood grain laminate worktops, inset stainless steel sink unit with single drainer and swan neck mixer tap, gas meter to the corner right hand side of the sink, split level gas hob with built in circatherm oven fitted into former fireplace, electric skirting radiator, six lower level base cupboards, three wall mounted cupboards, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, one corner sited full height cupboard housing Worcester combination boiler for instantaneous hot water and gas fired central heating. Single radiator, ceramic tiled floor, exposed beams to the ceiling, wall mounted consumer unit and easy staircase returning to first floor.
First Floor Landing Area
First Floor Living Room (3.13m x 2.93m or 10' 3' x 9' 7')
Approached via exposed timber staircase to first floor living area with exposed elm floorboards and a villager cast iron wood burning stove set into original chimney breast. Double radiator, attractive outlook to the rear with south easterly aspect over garden. Exposed beams to the ceiling and corner sited bathroom/wc with three piece suite in white, plunge pool style bath, wash hand basin set into double cupboard and low flush wc. Fully tiled walls and ladder style heated towel rail and radiator.
Bedroom (4.28m x 3.22m or 14' 1' x 10' 7')
Approached via an elm staircase with elm floorboards, dormer window with outlook over gardens, apex ceiling, dormer windows to both front and rear both with double glazed windows. Built in cupboards to each side with double wardrobe and two single wardrobes, two lower level cupboards, double radiator.
Pathway immediately adjacent to the property has a right of access for the two neighbouring properties and this house has right of access over number 19.
Separate Studio (3.19m x 3.0m or 10' 6' x 9' 10')
Ceramic tiled floor, Juliet style double window opening onto rear garden, higher level cupboard, built in double wardrobe, wall mounted electric convector heater. En suite shower room/wc with 3 piece suite in white, low flush wc, wash hand basin set onto double cupboard, walk in shower cubicle with Mirasport wall mounted electric shower, built in extractor and fully tiled wall, ladder style heated towel rail and radiator.
Approximately 60 ft deep x 15ft wide. Mostly encased with interwoven fencing with elevated decking area to the rear perfect for al fresco dining, lawned area and second patio and seating area adjacent to the studio. There is a shared flagged pathway to the side of the enclosed garden leading to a rear parking bay which is allocated to this property in addition to the adjacent garage approximately 16'x 8'. There is a shared graveled driveway to the side leading to the high street, and each of the properties has rights of access to their own parking bays and garages with individual ownership of their own areas, the maintenance of which is common between the four separate houses.
Energy Performance CertificatesEPC Graph
The Terrace, Mickleton, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire. GL55 6SL
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Honeybourne Station3.0 miles
About the agent
Holmans Estate Agents in Moreton in Marsh are one of the most progressive firms of estate agents in the North Cotswolds based at our prominent centrally located town centre premises in this bustling market town. The company operates in one of the most attractive areas of middle England and the Directors and Staff have a wealth of local knowledge and experience specialising in the sales and lettings of country homes and cottages. We also have a specialist new homes departme
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