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The 17th century former weaver’s cottage has a charming musical and theatrical feel with numerous well known musical scores being composed within it. Immediately upon entering the cottage it is apparent that an abundance of character exists with the large hallway acting as the perfect conduit to the farmhouse style kitchen, complete with log burning stove, the large living area with open fire, and the wonderful conservatory dining area which encapsulates the peaceful surroundings. On the first floor are four double bedroom, all of good size and supported by two bathrooms and a further twin bedroom. The cottage is light and neutral in its theme and has several fun areas where children may wish to play.
Set in the heart of the Cotswold Hills and part of England’s largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.Middle Lypiatt occupies a rural position with far reaching views whilst the popular market town of Cirencester is nearby to the east and Regency Cheltenham is within easy reach to the north. Both towns offer an extensive range of shops, restaurants and recreational facilities. There are several leading schools in the area including the Cheltenham Colleges, Westonbirt School and Beaudesert Park. Sporting enthusiasts can enjoy racing at Cheltenham and Bath, polo at Cirencester Park and Edgeworth, walking and riding through the extensive network of footpaths and bridleways, hunting with the Cotswold and VWH Hunts and golf at Minchinhampton, Cirencester and several other courses. Both Stroud and Kemble stations have direct trains to London, J13 of the M5 is just 8 miles away and Bristol International Airport is easily accessible.
The cottage is set within large tiered gardens with mature shrubbery and trees, a large low lying pond, and ample areas for seating to enjoy the wonderful views.
The gardens are fully maintained and come inclusive of the rent
Tranquil Cotswold Walks
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