Post Office Row, Little Compton, Gloucestershire, GL56

£435,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
QUINTESSENTIAL COTSWOLD STONE COTTAGE, SITUATED IN THIS POPULAR NORTH COTSWOLD VILLAGE, A SHORT WALK FROM THE 'RED LION' PUBLIC HOUSE.

Pretty double fronted Cotswold stone terraced cottage with a host of period features

Well-proportioned sitting room with a beautiful inglenook fireplace, original beams, window seat and engineered oak flooring

Charming snug with Clearview wood-burner, window seat, engineered oak flooring and stairs leading to the first floor

Bright and spacious kitchen/dining room with bespoke units by Cotteswood of Chipping Norton, underfloor heating, tiled floor, Britannia Range, integrated appliances including fridge, separate freezer and dishwasher, and double Belfast sink

Off the kitchen is a utility room /cloakroom

First floor master bedroom with built-in cupboards and views over the green

Further second double bedroom with built-in cupboard and views over the green

Bathroom with panelled bath with shower over, and lovely views to the countryside beyond

EPC Band F

SITUATION

Little Compton is an attractive village situated equidistant from Moreton-in-Marsh and Chipping Norton (4 miles), both towns having a good selection of shops and amenities for everyday needs

Fine parish Church and a popular inn

The Award-winning Daylesford Farm Shop is about 4.5 miles away

The Members' Club, Soho Farmhouse, is about 12 miles away

Good train services to London from Moreton-in-Marsh, the fastest reaching Paddington in about 95 minutes

OUTSIDE

Small front garden with shrub borders enclosed by a Cotswold stone wall

Private enclosed walled rear garden mainly laid to paving stone, with a terrace perfect for alfresco dining

Steps lead up to a studio at the bottom of the garden, with light and power connected

Garden shed

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