Once the home of Ernest Brian Trubshaw, a notable test pilot, and the first British pilot to fly Concorde, in April 1969. Northlands is a substantial period property (once a farmhouse) situated on the northern boundary of Tetbury.
The driveway which winds in from the road through a five bar gate, leads to the gravel parking area, which also gives access to the main garden and the coach house parking and courtyard areas.
The house offers light and airy accommodation throughout with many period features including impressive high ceilings, sash windows and wooden shutters. To the ground floor the accommodation comprises spacious reception hallway, with an attractive staircase, stone tile flooring and doors through to the drawing room. With it original cornicing, open fire and door into the garden the room is perfect for more formal entertaining being directly opposite the dining room.
The dining room has a large bay window overlooking the driveway with a window seat, stone tile flooring, a stone surround fireplace and door through to the kitchen. With shaker style fitted units, integrated oven and hob, a Belfast sink positioned in front of the window overlooking the rear courtyard and a built in breakfast bar for 2.
From the central hall there is also access to the sitting room, a cosy dual aspect room with a wood burner and French door out to the garden and west facing terrace.
To the first floor there are 4 bedrooms, of which one is the master bedroom with a dressing room and ensuite bathroom and a separate family bathroom.
The Coach House, with its own access and courtyard garden, the occupation of which does not compromise the privacy of the main house and can be utilised as accommodation for guests or relatives or even as a means of income generation.
The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with mature hedging and flower beds. There is a stone laundry / boiler room, further outbuilding and extremely useful outdoor WC.