For Sale - West Allcourt, Lechlade
Guide Price | £447,500
- Large Corner Plot
- Excellently Presented
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Sun Room
- Very good size enclosed garden
- Garage (with electric door)
- Beautiful location
An EXTREMELY WELL PRESENTED semi-detached three double bedroom cottage situated on a VERY LARGE CORNER PLOT within Allcourt which is set around a very pretty traditional meadow, within walking distance of all shops.
DESCRIPTION 1 West Allcourt is built in local stone and is a short walk to the pretty wild flower meadow in the heart of Lechlade. The accommodation is excellently presented and offers practical, spacious accommodation. On the ground floor there is a study, downstairs cloakroom, spacious sitting room, separate dining room, sun room and fitted kitchen. On the first floor are three double bedrooms with the master bedroom having an en-suite shower room, and a family bathroom. The property combines the appearance and feel of a cottage with the well proportioned rooms and the modern facilities of a contemporary house. There is a door from the kitchen and sun room to the garden which is a very good sized corner plot. The large garden is fully enclosed with an electric garage equipped with power and lighting.
Services include an estate manager and personal alarm system, attractive gardens and grounds, and a meadow to walk in.
999 year lease (from 1984), no ground rent and 55+ age covenant.
DESCRIPTION The heart of this development is Allcourt Meadow with its small pond. It is managed as a traditional pastoral landscape with a cycle of late summer haymaking and winter grazing to encourage a natural and colourful variety of wild flowers, grasses and wildlife. A few minutes walk brings you to the centre of Lechlade-on-Thames. 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. Allcourt is situated just off the Fairford Road to the west of the town centre and consists of 20 cottages and apartments overlooking Allcourt Meadow.
ALLCOURT As with all Cognatum developments Allcourt is thoughtfully designed and beautifully laid out. Imaginatively landscaped gardens house a range of plants to provide interest in every season. The old Cirencester road, now a public path flanked by tipstones, runs to the north of the meadow. Here is the likely site of the large house of ‘All Court’ owned by Peter atte Hall in the 14th century and from which the present development takes its name.