A two bedroom holiday cottage in grade II listed former stable block
- Holiday Home
The converted stables retain many of the original features, including the openings and the oak beams throughout and complimented with the addition of oak doors, skirting boards and windows.
The cottage is entered via a stable door into the entrance hallway from which doors lead off to the two bedrooms and living area. A light stone floor enhances the natural light coming in through the glazed section of the stable door and window. The flooring continues through to the living area which is open plan sitting and dining room featuring a timber panel wall with storage cupboards. Light floods in via the three stable doors and three windows on the front elevation and a smaller window on the rear. The kitchen opens directly off the sitting/dining room and is small but very well laid out to maximise the space. There is a range of wall and base cabinets in oak under a stone countertop. Integral appliances include an electric cooker with 4 ring hob, Belfast sink, dishwasher and fridge/freezer.
Off the living area is a shower room, with a white modern suite and tiled throughout.
The master bedroom is accessed through an occasional room that connects it with the rest of the cottage. This Currently used as a childrens bedroom, this would make a great dressing room for the master bedroom. The bedroom is spacious and has an en suite bathroom featuring a vanity unity with a stone counter top and two wash basins. The bath has a shower over and the room is tiled throughout.
The second bedroom is accessed off the entrance hallway and is a double room with a window to the rear.
Outside to the front there is a gravel area, ideal for a table and chairs and parking for three vehicles on the driveway to the front.
Fossebridge is a picturesque hamlet within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, next to the Inn at Fossebridge and adjacent to the Fosse Way. The thriving market town of Northleach is only three miles away and has an excellent range of shops and amenities along with a highly regarded Church of England primary school, an award winning butcher, post office/store and the ever popular gastro pub, The Wheatsheaf. The larger towns of Cheltenham and Cirencester provide more extensive shopping and recreational facilities.