Bankside is situated at the end of a small lane in the heart of the attractive Cotswold village of Gretton. The village has an attractive mixture of property styles together with a primary school and well regarded Royal Oak Pub. Day to day shopping is found in Winchcombe with more comprehensive regional shopping in Cheltenham and Evesham. High Speed trains from Cheltenham & Gloucester reach Paddington in as little as 2 hours 10 minutes and the M5 jcn 9 about 7 miles to the west of Gretton, gives good access to the West Country and the Midlands. The area offers further leisure activities with country walks along the Cotswold Way, Winchcombe Way and Bredon Hill.
Bankside is an attractive Grade II listed half-timbered period cottage with thatched roof and well-designed contemporary extension. The property is believed to date back to the 16th Century with the contemporary extension and detached timber garage built in 2015.
The house accommodation extends to about 1282 sq ft and provides an exciting opportunity to renovate and finish the original body of the house. The contemporary extension, which accommodates the kitchen & breakfast room, utility and family bathroom is already in a completed state. There are two points of access which are via the new section and the original living room.
The living room dominates the ground floor of the original cottage with two further smaller rooms beyond. At first floor level there are two bedrooms and a cloakroom which has the potential to install a bath /shower room subject to listed buildings consent. Interior features of the original section include quarry tiled flooring, exposed beams, an inglenook fireplace and exposed Cotswold stone walls.
Outside Bankside is situated at the end of a quiet lane with open fields beyond. The property has private parking for 3-4 cars together with a detached timber framed garage featuring carport and garden store At first floor level is a studio of about 372 sq ft enjoying elevated rural views.
The property enjoys a mature garden with large lawned area and well stocked borders. Gravelled pathways with flagstone slabs give access to both sides of the house.
Beyond the property and to the south are open fields with a restricted byway leading to countryside walks.
Additional inforamtion Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage. Mains Gas central heating. Local Authority: Tewkesbury District Council Tenure: Freehold
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