A delightful Grade II listed one bedroom cottage in a peaceful tucked away location on one of the historic streets of this iconic Cotswold town.
The Orangery is a charming one bedroom period house overlooking the central communal gardens of Coxwell Court, a substantial property with origins believed to date back to the late 17th Century, which was the home of a prominent wool merchant and banker. In the mid-20th century it housed an order of Anglican nuns and subsequently became an old people’s home. In 1982 the property was modernised and is now formed of 14 separate dwellings situated around a delightful and sheltered garden. The Orangery is within a period wing to the rear of the main house. It is a light and comfortable home with well-proportioned rooms with high ceilings. It would also make a wonderful second home or ideal holiday let.
TENURE - Freehold
SERVICE CHARGE - There is an annual contribution to the upkeep of the garden and communal areas. The charge for The Orangery for 2021/2022 is £236.