Albert’s House is a late Victorian, mid terraced, unique Cotswold stone cottage retaining many of its original features, for example attractive open fireplaces, a Cotswold flagstone floor, pine staircases, window furniture, high ceilings and stripped wooden doors. The accommodation is cosy yet stylish, with well-proportioned rooms arranged over three floors, with the main rooms with south-facing bay windows over-looking Park Street. The cottage is beautifully styled throughout and includes a sitting room with an original open fireplace and an Oak window seat. The modern, bespoke solid oak kitchen has a double oven, a hob, granite worktops and a sink unit. The wooden staircase with bespoke iron railing leads up to two generous bedrooms and a modern bathroom.
Albert’s House is in the centre of vibrant Stow-on-the-Wold within the Cotswolds and a stone’s throw from numerous restaurants, bars, cafes, and pubs. The town itself provides everyday shopping and business needs including a large supermarket, it is also a popular centre for antiques and art galleries.