School Square, Longborough, Gloucestershire, GL56

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
Stunning Cotswold stone cottage, in the heart of a fabulous Cotswold hill village

Pretty end-of-terrace cottage providing well-proportioned accommodation throughout, with a wealth of character, such as exposed beams and latch and brace wooden doors, and a beautiful rear garden


As you access the cottage, you are greeted with an abundance of period features in the front reception room, with numerous exposed beams, exposed stone walling, stone fireplace incorporating a cast-iron wood-burner, and flagstone flooring, with the addition of a replacement double-glazed sash window

The sitting room is open through to the kitchen/dining room, with a small selection of base cupboards, gas-fired AGA (cooking purposes only), Belfast sink, two-ring halogen hob unit, laminated worksurfaces, flagstone floor and cupboard housing modern condensing flue boiler. There is also a wooden stable door leading onto the terrace, with steps up to the lawned area

Leading from the sitting room, the staircase is open to the main bedroom, with a fitted double wardrobe and replacement double-glazed sash window, and a pull-down loft hatch with ladder, giving access to the loft room above, providing a number of uses, with fitted desk, book shelving, light and power, and large “Velux” window

Across the open landing area, is the second double bedroom, and the fitted bathroom, consisting of a vintage-style suite, low-level wc, vanity wash-hand basin, tongue and groove panelled bath with shower mixer tap attachment and a separate shower cubicle with mains-operated shower over

EPC Band D

If this is a lettings investment, we would recommend a lettings guide price in the region of £1,500 pcm


Council tax – band D

Tax payable for 2023/24 - £2,029.94


Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected

Gas-fired central heating

Average broadband speeds advertised within this postcode are up to 72 Mbps if provider is BT


Longborough is one of very few villages in the locality that has the full complement of community establishments, so promoting a friendly and vibrant society

Community shop and café, a thriving pub, church, village hall for community events and classes, and the Church of England primary school with Little Pickles Nursery Longborough Primary School is rated as 'Good' by Ofsted

Bus services pass through the village and there are good train services from Moreton-in-Marsh (3 miles) with trains to London Paddington from 92 minutes


Beyond the terrace is the idyllic cottage garden, with an initial small section of lawn with a gravelled side path to the gated side access and the additional area of lawn, which offers a good deal of seclusion, with extensive flower and shrub borders, mature trees and a raised terrace area

There is a right of way through the garden, benefitting the neighbouring cottages

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