For Sale - Market Place, Fairford
Guide Price | £650,000
- Grade II Listed town house
- Various development or investment opportunities
- Previously an antique shop with owners accommodation
- Stable to the rear with potential
A Grade II Listed town house situated overlooking the market place of this popular Cotswold town. There are various options and the property has development and investment opportunities as well as being used solely as a domestic residence.
SHOP 16′ 5" x 11′ 2" (5m x 3.4m) The property is entered by steps from the Market Place. This room was the former show room of the antique shop with wood panelled walls and a display alcove. Could become the reception hall.
LANDING This landing is the main staircase giving access to the formal accommodation. Staircase continuing to second floor. Cupboard.
SITTING ROOM 16′ 5" x 14′ 9" (5m x 4.5m) Window to front with window seat. Built in cupboard. Radiator.
DINING ROOM 13′ 6" x 11′ 6" (4.11m x 3.51m) Window to front with window seat. Built in cupboard. Radiator.
LANDING Staircase from landing to second floor landing.
BEDROOM 16′ 5" x 11′ 6" (5m x 3.51m) Window to front with window seat. Built in cupboard. Radiator.
BEDROOM 14′ 9" x 13′ 1" (4.5m x 3.99m) Window to front with window seat. Radiator. Walk in wardrobe. A staircase leads to the roof.
ROOF GARDEN Panoramic views of the town. Potential for seating.
BATHROOM 8′ 2" x 8′ 2" (2.49m x 2.49m) Velux window to rear. Panelled bath with mixer tap shower and cradle. Vanity unit. Low level WC. Linen cupboard. Radiator.
INNER HALL Staircase to first floor. Recess and stone staircase to cellar. Parquet floor. Radiator.
CELLAR 14′ 9" x 11′ 6" (4.5m x 3.51m) Stone staircase. We are informed that this forms part of the original property. Stone floor with exposed timbers. The room has been tanked.
BOOT ROOM/UTILITY 8′ 2" x 6′ 7" (2.49m x 2.01m) Window to rear. Cupboard housing a Worcester boiler for domestic hot water and central heating.
RECEPTION ROOM 11′ 6" x 9′ 10" (3.51m x 3m) Window to side with window seat. Door to courtyard. Parquet flooring.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 16′ 5" x 10′ 6" (5m x 3.2m) Windows to front and rear. Stable door to garden. Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap inset into a rolled edge worksurface with cupboards below. Further range of fitted wall and base units. Tiled splashbacks. Tiled flooring. Space and plumbing for automatic washing machine. Further utility space. Radiator. Staircase to first floor.
LANDING The following two rooms are above the kitchen/breakfast room.
BEDROOM 12′ 6" x 10′ 10" (3.81m x 3.3m) Obscure glazed window to rear. Radiator. Exposed stone walls.
SHOWER ROOM 4′ 11" x 4′ 11" (1.5m x 1.5m) Shower cubicle. Low level WC. Wall mounted basin. Tiled splashbacks. Radiator.
OUTSIDE To the front is a small forecourt with steps leading to the entrance.
The rear garden is walled and laid to gravel with well stocked borders. There is a stone built out house or store and The Stable which will be noted separately. Rear vehicular access from The Croft.
THE STABLE There is a stone built stable complete with block paved floor and wooden stall dividers. There is potential to rebuild where necessary and to provide a one, maybe two bedroom property. This could then be potentially be sold separately or used for rental income.
FAIRFORD Fairford is a small market town in Gloucestershire. The town lies in the Cotswolds on the River Coln, about 6 miles (9.7 km) east of Cirencester, 4 miles (6.4 km) west of Lechlade and 9 miles (14 km) north of Swindon. Nearby are RAF Fairford and the Cotswold Water Park. The town’s secondary school is Farmor’s School, an 11-18 co-educational Academy. The Church of England parish church of Saint Mary is renowned for its complete set of medieval stained glass, stone carvings and misericords. Built in the early 1490s, the church is an example of late Perpendicular Gothic architecture that is characterised by slim stone window mullions and light but strong buttresses. Grade 1 listed by English Heritage, St. Mary’s is of national historical and architectural importance because it houses the most complete set of mediaeval stained glass windows in the country.