Jessop Drive, Northleach, Gloucestershire


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  • Bedrooms: 2
A well-presented bungalow with accessible open-plan accommodation, tucked away in a private cul de sac, a short distance from the town's amenities.


From Bourton-on-the-Water take the A429 Fosse Way south. Proceed straight over the roundabout with the A40 and turn left at the traffic lights into Northleach. Take the first turning left into Midwinter Road, turn second left into Jessop Drive and follow the close around. No. 7 will be found set back on the right hand side with the driveway leading past the front door to the parking area to the side.


No.7 Jessop Drive comprises a well-appointed semi-detached bungalow constructed or reconstituted stone elevations under a plain concrete tiled roof. The property occupies a peaceful and private position just off the centre of the market town of Northleach with easy access to the town centre. The accommodation comprises a principal Living Room with recently refitted Kitchen, dining and sitting areas, with two double bedrooms, the principal bedroom having access to the rear garden. There is also a wetroom with shower. There is a good sized garden and parking to the side.


Northleach is a charming former wool market town set in the heart of the Cotswolds. The town has a thriving community centred around the historic parish church of St Peter and St Paul dating from the early 12th century. It has an excellent variety of shops including an award-winning butcher, a wine bar, pharmacy, range of pubs, a Post Office, doctor's surgery and community centre. The town provides excellent access on to the A40 with Cheltenham to the west and Oxford and London to the east. The Fosse Way provides access to Bourton-on-the-Water, Stow and Birmingham to the north and Cirencester and Swindon to the south.


Front door with outside light leading to the

Open plan Living Room

With timber-style flooring throughout and comprising

Kitchen Area

With double-glazed casement window to side elevation and newly fitted kitchen comprising 1 bowl sink unit with stainless steel mixer tap set in a worktop with tiled splashback, four-ring halogen hob with brushed stainless steel extractor over, comprehensive range of below-work-surface cupboards and drawers and range of eye-level cupboards with height unit to one side, with brushed stainless steel Zanussi oven/grill with cupboards above and drawers below, height unit to one side with built-in refrigerator and built-in freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine and further separate timber door to coat cupboard with built-in shelving.

Sitting Area

With electric heater.

Dining Area

With wide double-glazed casement window to front elevation. Electric heater.

From the Living Room, timber door to

Inner Hall

With continuation of the timber floor. Access to roof space.

Door to the AIRING CUPBOARD with foam-lagged hot water cylinder and shelf over.

Timber door to

Bedroom One

With wide double-glazed French doors leading out to the rear terrace and garden with central double bed position with comprehensive range of newly built-in wardrobes and side tables with light to either side, wall-mounted Elegance electric heater.

From the Hall, timber door to

Bedroom Two

With wide double-glazed casement window to rear elevation, electric heater.

From the Hall, timber door to

Wet Room

With low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled floor and walls with shower area with central drain and with chrome wall-mounted shower and mixer taps, opaque double-glazed window to side elevation, shaver point and heated towel rail.


No. 7 Jessop Drive is approached via a shared gravel driveway, in turn leading to the private driveway to No. 7 which leads down the side of the property. A path leads to the front door with cobbled border. The front garden is laid mainly to lawn with a shrub rose, and box hedging to one side. Set to the rear of the property and accessed either from the French doors in the Master Bedroom or via the side gate, is a rear gravelled terrace leading to a private paved terrace immediately to the rear of the house, with dwarf Cotswold stone wall and raised bed with close-board fencing to either side and a detached shed to the far end with extensive gravelled area, lawn and further raised paved terrace with mature pear tree.


Cotswold District Council, Trinity Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 1PX (Tel: 01285 623000)


Council Tax band C. Rate Payable for 2018/2019: £1,491.29

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