A pretty stone cottage set within a glorious plot in a quintessential Cotswold village, an ideal family home or country bolt hole.
1 Box Cottage is a pretty Cotswold stone semi-detached cottage, which enjoys the most idyllic view to the front over open fields and countryside. There is a real sense of charm throughout the property, making this an ideal family home or a weekend country bolt hole.
Entrance can be accessed via double doors to the side of the house or to the front, both of which lead into the kitchen. Well-appointed with handmade units and a Range cooker, this opens into a dining area and further into a hallway with a cloakroom off. The sitting room with an Inglenook fire, has two windows with views over the gardens to the front.
A staircase rises to the three bedrooms on the first floor, all served by a bathroom.
1 Box Cottage is accessed by a lane opening to an extensive driveway leading to the glorious gardens that surround the property. Undeniably, much of the charm of the house is its position and spacious plot. The lovely views are enjoyed from every room in the house. The gardens are mature and well established, mainly laid to lawn with a brook running through one side of the garden with a bridged walkway. There is a storage shed within the grounds.
Box Cottage enjoys the most idyllic setting, tucked away on a quiet lane at the edge of the picturesque hamlet of Foxcote. This charming village is quintessential Cotswolds, with a cluster of beautiful stone properties and open countryside. Much of the attraction of Foxcote is due to its semi-rural setting enjoying some of the most beautiful riding and walking countryside, yet a short drive to the adjacent village of Andoversford with two public houses, a well reputed primary school and a local shop. It is also accessibly close to the Regency spa town of Cheltenham, the old Roman town of Cirencester and the attractive town of Stow-on-the-Wold, all of which offer excellent shopping and recreational facilities. Good local and regional shopping is found in neighboring Charlton Kings a mere four miles away. Schools in both the state and private sector are particularly strong for this area including the well reputed Cotswold School, The Cheltenham Ladies College and Cheltenham College with further schools on offer in Cirencester. For the commuter, there is easy access to the A40 making this an ideal commute to Oxford, London and Swindon. Trains communications are also excellent with services form Cheltenham, Morten in The Marsh and Kingham, reaching Paddington in 90 minutes.
115 Promenade, Cheltenham
Gloucestershire, GL50 1NW
Call: +44 (0) 1242 222292