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The Coach House, 2, High Street, Bourton-On-The-Water

GL54 2AP

Asking Price — £480,000

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Bourton-On-The-Water, Gloucestershire

House - Townhouse
Asking Price — £480,000
The Coach House, 2
High Street
GL54 2AP

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bedroomsBedrooms: 2
receptionsReceptions: 1
bathroomsBathrooms: 2
  • Beautifully renovated and presented
  • Located in historic Bourton on the Water
  • Two bedrooms with bath and shower room
  • Part of a Grade II Listed building with period features
  • Excellent, spacious kitchen/dining room
  • Enclosed garden and parking for 2 cars
  • Picturesque village with shops, pubs
  • Outstanding Cotswold School Academy
  • Impressive outlook to the Church
  • Easy access to towns, stations, countryside

The Coach House, 2, High Street, Bourton-On-The-Water

A stunningly presented Grade II Listed townhouse set in the heart of historic Bourton on the Water.

A unique opportunity to purchase a freehold as principle residence, second home or buy to let investment in the historical part of Bourton on the Water. The property is part of the building listed as Hillview. It is Listed Grade II of Architectural and Historical interest and dates back to the mid 19th Century. It is believed that this building was built for Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee visit, as a date of 1897 is inscribed on the sitting room wall. Features inside demonstrate that the building was once used a coach house to one of the main houses which flank this building. The Coach House offers well-appointed accommodation arranged over three floors and is currently used as a successful holiday let. This warm characterful home was extended in 2007 and sympathetically renovated in 2017. A new stylish fitted kitchen with an integrated gas range and quality white goods and a stone floor with underfloor heating. Attractive limed-oak floors on the ground floor and new carpets throughout stairs, landing and both bedrooms.

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Property in Bourton-On-The-Water, GL54 2AP