To Let - Roman Way, Lechlade
- Desirable and Popular Location
- Four Bedrooms
- Part Furnished/Unfurnished
- Large gardens
- Ample Driveway Parking
- Pets considered
A four bedroom detached property offered PART FURNISHED/UNFURNISHED in the desirable and popular location of Lechlade-on-Thames. The property comprises: large entrance hall; downstairs WC/shower room; kitchen/breakfast room; utility room; living room. Upstairs: 4 bedrooms, family bathroom, WC. Outside: Good size gardens front and rear; garage. Pets considered.
DESCRIPTION An extremely spacious four bedroom detached property offered FURNISHED/UNFURNISHED in the desirable and popular location of Lechlade-on-Thames. The property comprises: large entrance hall; downstairs WC/shower room; kitchen/breakfast room; utility room; living room. Upstairs: 4 bedrooms, family bathroom, separate WC. Outside: Good size gardens front and rear; double garage; ample driveway parking. Pets considered. Available: 31/1/19.
OUTSIDE Front and rear gardens. The pretty large rear garden is fully enclosed. There is a double garage and ample driveway parking.
LOCATION Lechlade is a beautiful small market town on the River Thames in Gloucestershire at the southern edge of the Cotswolds. It gets its name from the river Leach which joins the Thames nearby. Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, it is still within easy access to Swindon, Cirencester, Cheltenham, Burford and Oxford.
There are several pubs, cafés, some antique shops, gift shops, hairdressers, a convenience store, food outlets, a garden centre and a Christmas shop, to name just a few local amenities.
The 15th century Church of England parish church of Saint Lawrence, in the centre of the town, is a local landmark, and its spire is visible from many miles away. There are two bridges across the Thames at Lechlade, Halfpenny Bridge and St. John’s Bridge. Halfpenny Bridge was built in 1792 and got its name from the toll required. It is in the centre of town and carries the busy A361. On the eastern edge of the town is St. John’s Bridge, adjacent to St. John’s Lock, the highest lock on the Thames, where the statue of Father Thames is now situated.