A CHARMING GRADE II LISTED END OF TERRACE COTTAGE WITH A DELIGHTFUL GARDEN AND SEPARATE ANNEXE, IN A SOUGHT AFTER RURAL COTSWOLD VILLAGE.
25 Eastleach is a distinctive south facing gabled cottage forming one end of a terrace of four properties, converted from Victorian alms houses built in 1871. They occupy an elevated position, reached by steps and set back from the lane by a broad sweep of lawn. Period features include a gabled stone entrance porch with
original quarry tiled floor, stone mullion windows to the front aspect and a narrow cross window to the first floor. The alms houses were built as single storey dwellings and have particularly high ceilings to the ground floor. No 25 was extended into the eaves during the late 1980’s to provide two charming bedrooms and a bathroom and, more recently, the stone outbuilding to the rear was converted to provide a useful studio / annexe, ideal as a
home office or ancillary accommodation.