An attractive mid-terrace Cotswold stone home built by Charles Church builders in 1999. The garden room is believed to have been added in 2005. Number 22 is south-facing with Cotswold stone walls partly enclosing the front garden and the tarmac parking space just in front of the garage. Number 22 is ideal as a main home or as a ‘lock-up and leave’ second home, as the low maintenance gardens have well-stocked borders with trees, shrubs and seasonal flowers.
The popular town of Stow on the Wold sits on the edge of the Cotswolds and is within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, however Shepherd’s Way is not in the towns Conservation Area. The town itself provides everyday shopping and business needs including a large supermarket and is also an important centre of antiques. The area is well catered for with excellent hotels and restaurants. Kingham Station provides a direct rail service to London Paddington and there is access to both the north and London via the A40 with connections to the M40 at Oxford.