DISCREETLY SET IN THE HEART OF PAINSWICK, THIS CHARMING PERIOD HOME IS BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED AND HAS ITS OWN PARKING, A DELIGHTFUL GARDEN AND LOVELY VIEWS
Grade II listed with Sitting Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Cellar, Master Bedroom suite, 2 further Bedrooms and a Shower Room, Landscaped Garden, Parking for 2 Cars
Description - Painswick is blessed with many fine properties but The Old Inn, really is exceptional not least as it is set right at the centre of the village, with parking for two cars. The vendors have capitalised on this crucial advantage, by sympathetically renovating the interior with taste and style, the same attention to detail being paid to its landscaped garden. The centrepiece of the house is the superb fireplace in the sitting room, a work of art in itself, while the kitchen/breakfast room opposite, has been transformed with plenty of space for a table. The master bedroom has a modern bathroom suite off and the two guest bedrooms (both doubles), share the additional shower room. There is even a good cellar. Outside a south-west facing terrace flanks the garden which has well stocked borders and a useful tool shed in one corner. A gate leads from here to the parking area beyond. Grade II listed, the attached property forms part of a medieval courtyard. The Old Inn offers the chance to enjoy contemporary living with period ambience and occupies the perfect position within Painswick, to enjoy its many amenities.
Directions - The property is most easily located by leaving our office in Painswick along Victoria Street towards the centre of the village. After a short distance turn first left into George Court where the entrance to the property can be found a short distance along on the right.
Location - Painswick is one of the most famous villages in the Cotswolds with its wealth of old buildings and glorious surroundings - an official area of outstanding natural beauty, Much loved by its residents, Painswick is a welcoming, thriving commuity with good amenities which crucially, are almost all on the doorstep of The Old Inn. These include a general store, pubs and places to eat, spectacular church and an 18 hole golf course nearby. Immediately to the north is the Regency Spa town of Cheltenham with excellent shopping and annual Literature, Music and Science Festivals as well as its famous National Hunt racecourse. The market town of Stroud is less than 10 minutes in the opposite direction with a Waitrose superstore and three other major supermarkets plus an award winning Saturday Farmers Market. There are regular train services from Stroud mainline station, circa 90 minutes into London Paddington and the capital is under 2 hours by road. The adjacent countryside is a marvelous source of walks (the Cotswold Way passes nearby) and the country lanes popular with cyclists.