Guide price £650,000
15 Main Street is situated in the heart of the much sought-after and highly regarded village of Coln St Aldwyns, a stone's throw from both the shop and the pub (The New Inn). Number 15 is at the end of a row of former Williamstrip Estate workers' cottages which have 17th Century origins, and as such boasts some lovely period features and is Grade II Listed. Originally two cottages, this charming home is approached via a porch to a beautiful flag stoned dining hall with an open fireplace, off which is the kitchen and a separate utility room with a door to the garden. The main feature of the spacious drawing room is the wonderful Inglenook fireplace which still has its stone seat. There are also window seats, some exposed stone walling and an exceptionally high ceiling for a cottage of this age. The staircase rises from here to the landing - off which are three characterful double bedrooms and a bathroom. The utility room and cloakroom are at the rear of the property. The back door leads to a large terrace beyond which lies the lawn bordered by mature shrubs, trees and herbaceous planting. A pergola leads to another secret garden. There is a wooden summerhouse and a large stone garden store which houses the boiler and provides excellent storage. The garage (with room above), has electricity and water and is suitable for a number of uses. There is parking for several cars. The village of Coln St Aldwyns is renowned as one of the most picturesque villages in the Cotswolds. Surrounded by stunning countryside, it has both a pub, the renowned New Inn, and a community village shop/Post Office. Fairford, which provides further day to day amenities is only a short distance away. The larger centres of Cirencester and Burford are a short drive away.
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