High Street, Longborough, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire. GL56 0QE

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Forming an integral part of the street scene of one of the most picturesque villages in the North Cotswolds , this semi-detached, three storey, three bedroomed Victorian Cottage combines the innate character and charm of a period dwelling with many other contemporary refinements of modern day living

Accomodation comprises:

Central Dining Hall (13' 09" x 9' 03" or 4.19m x 2.82m)

With antique stone flagged floor, exposed Cotswold stone wall to two sides and french door with full height glazed side panels forming a picture window over the rear patio. Single radiator, access to ground floor bedroom/study.

Ground Floor Bedroom (10' 11" x 9' 01" or 3.33m x 2.77m)

With louvred shutters to front and rear windows, access to loft space, double radiator, and en suite shower room/WC.

En Suite Shower Room / WC

With three piece suite in white, wash hand basin on double cupboard with shaving mirror above, low flush WC with corner sited tiled shower cubicle with handheld thermostatic shower spray and folding glazed doors. Shaver point, double glazed velux spring window, access to loft space and Worcester gas fired central heating boiler .

Through Living Room (23' 06" x 13' 05" Max or 7.16m x 4.09m Max)

With an attractive view in a south easterly direction over treescape and Longborough high street. Original built in shutters to both the front and rear windows where there is also a window seat, two double radiators with built in cabinet surrounds, attractive Victorian fireplace with grate for real fire and tiled hearth, two built in cupboards with bookshelves above and built in understairs shelved cupboard.

Kitchen (8' 07" x 7' 09" or 2.62m x 2.36m)

Fitted on three sides with granite style laminate worktops with inset 1 1/2 enamelled sink unit with swan necked mixer tap fitted into bay window with outlook over courtyard, split level SMEG ceramic hob with built in SMEG electric circatherm oven below and cooker hood above, four wall mounted cupboards two with glazed cabinet display fronts, integrated Indesit dishwasher, integrated Techik washer dryer and three further base units. Housing for fridge freezer, oak style Karndean flooring, concealed pelmet lighting illuminating worktops and 11ft 6 high partially vaulted ceiling with high level double glazed velux window.

First Floor Landing Area

With gable window enjoying a southerly aspect along Longborough High Street, staircase to second floor.

Front Bedroom 1 (12' 07" x 13' 04" or 3.84m x 4.06m)

Particularly attractive view over rooftops, trees and countryside, louvred shuttered window, single radiator and two double built in wardrobes one having further access to cupboard housing foam lagged hot water cylinder.

Rear Bathroom/WC (9' 09" x 6' 11" or 2.97m x 2.11m)

With three piece suite in white, low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin and handled enamelled steel bath with integrated Aqualisa shower all within a tiled recess and built in extractor above, built in window seat with louvred shuttered windows overlooking the rear garden, single radiator.

Second Floor Bedroom 2 (11' 11" x 13' 01"Max Max or 3.63m x 3.99m Max)

With exposed pitched pine perlins, oak roof truss, gable window with outlook along the high street towards Banks Fee House, access to loft space and velux window, single radiator, twin access points into eaves storage. Galleried surround to stairwell.

Outside - Rear Courtyard (24' 10" x 14' 00" or 7.57m x 4.27m)

Flagged area, privately screened on all sides, two outside water taps, elevated garden areas and central steps ascending to higher level garden. Outside lean-to store to the rear of the kitchen.

Rear Garden (52' 00" x 25' 00" or 15.85m x 7.62m)

With elevated decking area, wrought iron railing surround ideal for al fresco dining in the summer time, central patio area with elevated lawn and mature beech and country hedgerow surround, larch lap fencing and birch trees to the rear.

Outside - Front Garden (20' 0" x 30' 0" or 6.10m x 9.14m)

With antique wrought iron railing surround with matching gate and flagged steps ascending to the front door, large holly bush screening space for bins, lawned area with privet hedge to one side and all within earshot of Longboroughs famous Ash well.


From our Moreton-in-Marsh office, turn left and continue south along the High Street the A429 for approximately 1 1/2 miles. At the signpost turn right toward Longborough and continue to the centre of the village, and just after the shop and before the school turn left into the High Street. Continue for approximately 300 yards and just after a fork in the road this property is positioned on the right hand side. Either park on the grass verge or if there is space there are four village parking spaces just further along on the left hand side.

01608 238083

Holmans Estate Agent

High Street, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire

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