A period semi detached house requiring updating situated at the centre of the Medieval town of Northleach. The property is constructed of natural stone and has been in the same family for 60 years. The main access from The Green leads to accommodation laid out over two floors and comprises two spacious reception rooms, kitchen, utility, WC and five first floor bedrooms and a bathroom. Attached to the rear is the former family butchers shop leading onto the Market place, which ceased trading in 1987 but with the relevant consents could offer the opportunity for running a small business. There is a courtyard garden and the property benefits from a wealth of period features whilst offering lots of scope for improvement.
Northleach is a former medieval wool town with many fine historic buildings and a beautiful Parish Church. The town is well served with shops for day to day requirements including a Post Office, Butcher, Chemist, Green Grocer/Baker, Doctors, Vets, Museum and a variety of pubs/restaurants. There are primary schooling and pre-school nursery facilities. The town is easily accessible, lying on the cross roads of the Fosseway (A429) and the A40 Cheltenham to Oxford Road.
Directions Leave Bourton on the Water via Lansdowne, proceed to the T junction and turn left along the A429 towards Northleach, opposite the prison take a left hand turn at the traffic lights. Proceed into Northleach and the Green can be found just after the Market Place on the right hand side with the property clearly indicated by our for sale board.
We understand the property to be Freehold. Potential purchasers should obtain confirmation of this from their solicitor prior to exchange of contracts.
Viewing by prior arrangement with Harrison James & Hardie on 01451 822977, or 01608 651000.