Sold - 14 Tidford Cottages, Lechlade
Guide Price | £174,950
- Riverside mews location
- One bed end terrace cottage
- Built around 2001
- Sitting room
- Double bedroom
- Terraced garden
A one bedroom end terrace property set in a riverside mews location. Sitting room, kitchen, double bedroom, bathroom, garden.
SITTING ROOM 19′ 0" x 14′ 5" (5.79m x 4.39m) Half obscure glazed panelled entrance door. Window to front. Staircase to first floor. Understairs recess. Wood laminate flooring. Two radiators. Television point.
KITCHEN 14′ 5" x 7′ 2" (4.39m x 2.18m) Window to rear. Half obscure glazed panelled door to rear. One and a half bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap inset into a rolled edge worksurface with cupboard below. Further range of fitted wall and base units. Tiled splashbacks. Tiled flooring. Four ring Diplomat gas hob. Built in Hotpoint oven. Space and plumbing for automatic washing machine. Cupboard housing Biasi boiler for domestic hot water and central heating.
LANDING Skylight window to rear. Built in eaves cupboard.
BEDROOM 14′ 6" x 12′ 8" (4.42m x 3.86m) Window to front. Radiator. Roof access.
BATHROOM Skylight window to rear. Suite comprising of a corner bath with mixer tap shower. Pedestal wash basin. Low level WC. Tiled walls. Radiator.
OUTSIDE To the rear is an enclosed patio. Pedestrian gate to a shared right of way across the neighbouring cottages. Cotswold stone steps lead to a raised patio. Enclosed by Cotswold stone walling with inset arches.
LECHLQADE ON THAMES Lechlade-on-Thames, is a market town at the southern edge of the Cotswolds in Gloucestershire. It is the highest point at which the River Thames is navigable. The town is named after the River Leach that joins the Thames near here and is a popular venue for tourism and river-based activities.
There are several pubs, some antique shops, a convenience store, food outlets, a garden centre and a Christmas shop.
Near the 15th century Church of England parish church of Saint Lawrence, in the centre of the town, there is a large open space which is now a car park. The main roads through the town are busy, as the town is at the crossroads of the A417 and A361. Where the A361 enters the town from the south it crosses the River Thames on Halfpenny Bridge. Another tributary of the Thames, the River Coln, joins the Thames at the Inglesham Round House.