Waterloo Lane, Fairford, GL7

£450,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Set in a tucked away location is this Grade II Listed cottage with garden room, offering charm and character.

Honeysuckle Cottage is a most delightful Grade II Listed, stone built former Alms-house, built in 1785. The cottage nestles in a tucked-away position in this ever-popular market town, of Fairford and close to a wide range of amenities, facilities and the countryside.

The well-proportioned accommodation is approached into a welcoming sitting room, there is an attractive Cotswold stone fireplace, with fitted wood burner, exposed Cotswold stone walls and beams, it is dual aspect and has the stairs to the first floor.

The kitchen/diner has a range of built-in units, wall-mounted boiler, exposed beams and a tiled floor. Upstairs on the landing there's an airing cupboard with a water tank and immersion heater. An inner hallway leads to the cloakroom and into the lovely garden room, where you can sit, relax and overlook the garden. There are French doors leading to the outside.

At first floor level the landing leads to the three bedrooms, there are exposed beams and the family shower room, with a walk-in cubicle and various storage cupboards.

Outside, the rear garden has pedestrian access and is well-enclosed, offering a good degree of privacy. There is a generous paved patio area, a covered seating area and various shrub borders and an outbuilding which was the original wash-house, there is electricity also.

Fairford is an attractive market town situated on the edge of the Cotswolds in the beautiful Coln Valley. It is located within the Cotswold Water Park, offering a wide range of water and land based activities and nationally recognised as an important conservation and wildlife study area.

The town has an active local community and benefits from a range of shops in the centre of the town where there is ample free parking. There is also a regular market every Wednesday. St Mary's Church is beautiful dating back to 1497 and boasts that its stained glass windows are 'the only complete set of late medieval glass in a parish church in the country'.

There is good state schooling available for children of all ages, from reception to completing A levels. There are also independent schools in surrounding areas.

Leisure facilities are wide ranging and include a sports centre, children's playground, library, youth and community centre, a cottage hospital and many local clubs and organisations.

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