Antelope Paddock, Northleach


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A mature Cotswold stone family house situated in a small cul de sac within this historical market town

- Detached family home

- Sitting room with open fireplace

- Conservatory

- Fitted kitchen

- Balcony landing

- Four bedrooms

- Detached double garage

- In need of updating

Northleach is a delightful medieval wool town, boasting many fine buildings and a parish church. Well served with shops for day to day living, with a Post Office, award winning Butcher, Pharmacy, Green-Grocer and Bakery. There is also a Medical Centre, Primary School, Veterinary Surgery, hotel, restaurant and pub.

The town lies within the catchment for The Cotswold School.

Cheltenham c.13 miles | Cirencester c.10 miles

Antelope Paddock is a select development of just seven detached houses that neighbour the Church field affording excellent walks. The property was built in the early 1990's by Berkeley Homes and has been traditionally constructed in 'Farmington' Cotswold stone elevations set beneath a pitched conservation tiled roof. The property is sold without an onward chain and would benefit from some modernisation.

A spacious entrance hall with balcony landing serves access via glazed double doors into the dual aspect sitting room. This principal reception has a central chimney breast with cut stone fire surround, window to front aspect and patio door that opens into the conservatory with views to rear. There is a separate dining room and generous sized study. The kitchen is fitted with integral appliances; the utility and cloakroom complete the ground floor. The house offers four bedrooms off the landing, a family bathroom and en suite to the master bedroom.

To the front lies the detached double garage with parking. Gated pedestrian access leads to the rear garden that lies upon two levels with extensive paved terrace and lawns. Partly bound by dry stone walling.


On entering the town from the west (Cheltenham direction), take the second turning right before the fire station, continue to the top of this road bearing left into Antelope Paddock. Number 3 will be seen as the third house on your left.


The property is freehold, offering vacant possession upon completion. All main services are connected (with the exception of

gas). Oil fired boiler powering heating system. Local authority, Cotswold District Council, Cirencester (01285) 623000.

Council tax band 'F' charges 2020/21 £2,647.79. EPC Band 'E'.

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Moore Allen - Sales

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