High Street, Longborough, Gloucestershire, GL56
£450,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
Charming two-bedroom mid-terraced barn conversion, in this pretty sought-after north Cotswold village.

Mid-terrace barn conversion with accommodation over three floors and a wealth of period features

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

Bright and spacious sitting room with fireplace housing wood-burner, good size cupboard, tongue and groove panelling, exposed Cotswold stone walls, beams, limestone floor, and doors opening onto the garden

Contemporary Shaker style kitchen fitted with wall and floor mounted units, built-in cooker with hob and extractor fan, tongue and groove panelling, granite work-surfaces, inset Belfast sink, dishwasher, integrated fridge and freezer, built-in wine rack, limestone floor and a pretty view out towards the village

Principal bedroom with contemporary en-suite shower room, beams, vaulted ceiling, exposed stone walls, and lovely countryside views

Bathroom with shower over the bath

Second bedroom on the top floor with vaulted ceiling, useful eaves storage and painted beams

No chain

EPC Band D

If this is a lettings investment, we would recommend a lettings guide price in the region of £1,150 pcm

OUTGOINGS

Council tax – band E

Tax payable for 2022/23 - £2,361.28

SERVICES

Main water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected

Gas fired central heating

Average broadband speeds advertised within this postcode are up to 73.4 Mbps if provider is BT

Full fibre broadband (FFTP) is available

SITUATION

Longborough is one of very few villages in the locality that has the full complement of community establishments, so promoting a friendly and vibrant society

Community shop and café (volunteers welcomed), a thriving pub, the church, the village hall for community events and classes, and the Church of England primary school with Little Pickles Nursery

Longborough Primary School is rated as 'Good' by Ofsted It is in the catchment area for secondary schools in Chipping Campden and Bourton-on-the-Water

Bus services pass through the village and there are good train services from Moreton-in-Marsh (3 miles) with trains to London Paddington from 92 minutes

OUTSIDE

Charming garden, laid to gravel with a small circular terrace area ideal for alfresco dining and enjoying the warm summer evenings. Small shed and wood store, steps leading up to the cottage, all enclosed by a low stone wall, wood fencing and a mature hedge

Attractive uplighting set into the terrace

Rear access to the garden via a communal gravel path

Rear access to garage with a parking space in front, via a communal gravel drive

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