Hospital Road, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire. GL56 0BL


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  • Bedrooms: 3
Centrally located in the heart of this vibrant North Cotswold market town, and yet occupying a quiet cul-de-sac location on the edge of open countryside, this stylishly appointed and thoughtfully improved next to end terrace, three storey, three bedroom late Victorian town house has been sympathetically restored and is strongly recommended for internal inspection.

Character features of the property include an original quarry tiled entrance hall, there are many stripped pine and engineered oak floors, high ceilings, several original fireplaces and both a rear courtyard and enclosed garden.

There is a separate living and dining room, currently in part open plan, a 26 ft galley-style fitted kitchen with a built-in oven and hob and on the top two floors there are three double bedrooms and an attractive bathroom.

The property is warmed with gas fired central heating from a recently renewed combination boiler. There are many upgraded double radiators and some recently installed uPVC double glazed windows and doors.

This part of Hospital Road is only a few yards from a pathway leading to walks in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there is a famous walk between Moreton-in-Marsh and Batsford Arboretum, which is predominantly on the level and well worth enjoying. The property is also less than 100 yards from the High Street in Moreton-in-Marsh with its historic market every Tuesday and a wide range of shops, public houses, restaurants and the all important railway station with links to London Paddington. The property is therefore ideal for those looking for a larger property with character in the town centre and early viewing is recommended.

Entrance Hall (21' 05" x 3' 04" or 6.53m x 1.02m)

Original quarry tile floor, square archway leading to rear hallway, single radiator.

Living Room (11' 07" x 13' 04" or 3.53m x 4.06m)

Real fireplace (currently with moulded timber surround), built-in cupboard to one side of chimney breast with bookshelf above, solid oak floor, highlighted picture rail, telephone point, double radiator and open doorway leading to rear dining room.

Dining Room (10' 10" x 9' 01" or 3.30m x 2.77m)

Moulded cast iron ornamental fireplace with timber mantel, highlighted dado rail, double radiator and central ceiling rose. Small-framed uPVC French door leading onto easterly facing rear patio. Built-in full height cupboard to one recess of chimney breast.

Kitchen (26' 08" x 5' 03" or 8.13m x 1.60m)

Beech laminate flooring and marble-style laminate worktops fitted to two sides with split-level Creda gas hob with built-in electric circatherm oven and externally ducted canopied cooker hood. Tile surround to work surfaces, three wall-mounted cupboards, one housing recently renewed combination boiler for instantaneous hot water and gas fired central heating, six base cupboards, telephone point, space and plumbing for dishwasher, space and plumbing for automatic washer, inset 1.5 sink unit with single drainer and mixer tap, single radiator, open bookshelf, built in understairs double cupboard with louvred doors.

First Floor Landing

Staircase leading to second floor.

Master Bedroom (12' 03" x 13' 04" or 3.73m x 4.06m)

Stripped pine floor, two double built-in wardrobes with single radiator and telephone point.

Bathroom (10' 06" x 9' 03" or 3.20m x 2.82m)

Timber panelling to dado height, three piece suite in white, low-flush WC, panelled bath with hand-held shower attachment and pedestal wash hand basin. Outlook over courtyard garden to the rear. Large built-in airing cupboard with slatted shelves, single radiator.

Second Floor Landing

Access to loft space.

Front Bedroom 2 (15' 06" x 13' 06" or 4.72m x 4.11m)

Original cast iron, ornamental fireplace, stripped pine floor, outlook over oak trees towards Batsford House and distant countryside, single radiator, original cast iron fireplace, exposed roof purlin, TV aerial point and telephone point.

Rear Bedroom 3 (11' 03" x 9' 02" or 3.43m x 2.79m)

Original cast iron, ornamental fireplace, stripped pine floor, built-in dressing area to one side of chimney breast and full height, double built-in wardrobe with sliding mirrored doors. Dormer window with outlook over gardens towards centre of Moreton-in-Marsh and single radiator.

Rear Courtyard (25' 0" x 9' 03" or 7.62m x 2.82m)

Flagged area suitable for seating area for al fresco dining, outside security light and gated access leading to rear garden.

Rear Garden (40' 0" x 18' 0" or 12.19m x 5.49m)

Trellised area to the rear for storage, mainly laid to lawn with mature fruit tree. This property has right of access over the adjacent property, No. 3 Devonshire Terrace, but no property has right of access over this property.


Proceeding on foot from our Moreton-in-Marsh office, continue across the road through the car park turning left and then first right into Corders Lane. At the end of the road turn right and Devonshire Terrace comprises of a row of three storey, brick fronted Victorian terraces on the right hand side.

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Holmans Estate Agent

High Street, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire

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