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About the property
A unique, two storey, one bedroomed village retreat that has undergone a programme of refurbishment in the recent past to include a newly-fitted, bespoke kitchen, recently installed gas-fired central heating and stylish bathroom. Read more
A unique, two storey, one bedroomed village retreat that has undergone a programme of refurbishment in the recent past to include a newly-fitted, bespoke kitchen, recently installed gas-fired central heating and stylish bathroom.
Certain to be of appeal to those looking for a quirky, character cottage, this quite unique, two storey, one bedroomed village retreat has undergone a programme of refurbishment in the recent past and is the result of the conversion of two former store rooms many years ago. The property has a newly-fitted, bespoke kitchen with striking marble-style worktops and a built-in oven and hob, all combining aesthetically with the flagstone floor. There are two doors leading onto the easterly-facing, hideaway rear garden and a spiral stone staircase which ascends to the first floor bedroom and in turn, an archway leads through a walk-in wardrobe to a stylish bathroom with apex ceiling and roll-top, freestanding bath. Other features include recently installed gas-fired central heating from a combination boiler and the property has been stylishly decorated throughout, in keeping with the property's character. Forming part of the street scene of the village, and once believed to have been used as a shop, the property could not be more centrally located, only a few strides from Blockley shop and cafe and mid-way between the two public houses in the village: the Crown Hotel and the family-owned Great Western Arms. Many walks can be enjoyed through the village into Dovedale Woods and the surrounding countryside in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Blockley village is located mid-way between the Cotswold cafe society of Chipping Campden and the more traditional market town of Moreton-in-Marsh, where there are rail links to London Paddington. Dining Kitchen (10' 06" x 12' 02" or 3.20m x 3.71m)
Stone-flagged floor, built-in antique pine window seat with louvred folding shutters above. Marble-style laminate worktops fitted to two sides with matching splash back and shelves above. Inset square ceramic sink unit with mixer tap and hose, split-level four-ring gas hob with cooker hood above, built-in electric circatherm oven blow. Six bespoke built-in cupboards and drawers, corner-sited Baxi combination boiler for instantaneous hot water and gas-fired central heating. Antique pine door leading to rear garden. Living Room (15' 11" x 9' 08" or 4.85m x 2.95m)
Rustic brick staircase with stone steps spiraling to first floor, under which there is a cast iron wood-burning stove and log store to one side. Double radiator, exposed random pointed stone wall, painted ceiling beams, door leading to southerly-facing rear garden. Two wall-mounted light points. Bedroom (11' 03" x 9' 11" or 3.43m x 3.02m)
Exposed lime-washed timber purlins, Velux window with superb outlook over St Peter and St Paul's church, which is illuminated in the evenings. Apex ceiling, double radiator, wall-mounted light point, gallery-style entrance. Archway leading to walk-in wardrobe beyond which a recently renewed pine door leads to the bathroom/WC. Bathroom / WC (8' 00" x 10' 07"Max Max or 2.44m x 3.23m Max)
Three piece suite in white, low-flush WC, roll-top clawed free-standing bath with central mixer tap and hand-held chrome shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, distressed oak-style Karndean flooring, double radiator, exposed timber purlins, two wall-mounted light points. Part-tiled walls behind bath. Velux window with southerly aspect towards the church. Outside
Rear garden flagged area with ample room for dining table, slightly raised area to one side. Outside water tap, bin store adjacent to the building around which there is a second flagged seating area. To the rear of the garden there is a public right of way for the Old Pharmacy and Peppercorn Cottage onto the High Street with gated access at the boundary of this property. There is also a right of access for the adjacent property through a side gate, also leading to the High Street. N.B.
We are informed that over the last 16 years the rights of way have hardly been used. Terms & Conditions
Availability: October 2018
Rent: £750 per calendar month
Deposit: £1000 refundable subject to final inspection
Tenancy agreement preparation: £72 inc. VAT
Inventory and condition report: £90 inc. VAT
Reference fee 1st applicant: £168 inc. VAT
Reference fee per additional applicant: £120 inc. VAT Directions
From our Moreton-in-Marsh office, turn left and at the second mini round-about turn right along the A44 continuing through the village of Bourton-on-the-Hill after which, turn right sign-posted Blockley 1.5 miles, drop down into the village through a series of S bends and turn left immediately adjacent to the village green at the crossroads. At the following T-junction turn left passing Blockley shop on the left hand side, this property is then positioned approximately 50 yards further along, also on the left hand side. Either park close to the shop or continue past the cottage to the Square where there is often space to park.