- Tenure: Freehold
- Historical Cotswold market town
- Cheltenham c.13 miles Cirencester c. 10miles
- Good range of local amenities
- Cotswold school catchment
- Modern medical centre
- Middle of terraced house
- Eat-in Kitchen and extended living room
- Two bedrooms
- Garage and parking, south facing rear gardens
- EPC Band tbc
Northleach Church of England Primary School (0.2mi.)
Cold Aston Church of England Primary School (3.2mi.)
Sherborne Church of England Primary School (3.8mi.)
A beautifully presented middle of terraced two-bedroom home with GARAGE and parking situated within the historical market
town of Northleach
Northleach is a delightful medieval wool town, boasting many fine buildings and a parish church. Well served with shops for day-to-day requirements including a Post Office, award winning Butcher, Chemist, Green-grocer/Baker, Wine Shop, Medical centre, Veterinary Surgery and Museum together with a variety of restaurants and public houses. There is a good primary school, several pre-school groups and within the catchment area for the Cotswold School at Bourton on the Water.
Located to the north of the town's Market Place and conveniently situated for easy pedestrian access, Mays Crescent comprises a selection of mature three-bedroom homes within a cul-de-sac location.
33 Mays Crescent comprises a middle of terrace house that has been traditionally constructed of brick and painted rendered elevations beneath a pitched Marley style tiled roof with replacement Upvc windows.
The house is beautifully presented throughout and briefly offers entrance hall with stairs rising to first floor, extended dual aspect
sitting room with laminate flooring, central chimney breast and patio door leading to rear. The kitchen is well-appointed with a range of base and wall mounted units with space for freestanding appliances.
The rear hallway incorporates a utility area. To the first floor, off the landing are two bedrooms, each of double proportion and shower room with WC.
To the front the garden has central pathway leading to the front door. Access off Guggle Lane serves parking space and the detached single garage. Gated pedestrian way leads onto the hard-landscaped gardens that are blessed by a southerly aspect. Views over the town.
Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Electric wall mounted heaters.
Outgoings: The property is placed in Band 'B' for Council Tax purposes, charges 2020/21 £1425.74.
Local Authority: Cotswold District Council[use Contact Agent Button]
Tenure: The property is freehold offering vacant possession upon completion.
EPC Band 'tbc'
S.157 Housing Act 1985 – 33 Mays Crescent was formerly part of the Local Authority housing stock and as such contains a restrictive covenant which requires consent to purchase from the Local Authority. It is understood that any purchaser (or tenant) who has lived and worked within Gloucestershire or the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for at least the last three years immediately prior to the purchase or rental, would qualify for automatic consent. Other applications may be considered on merit following a minimum of 8 weeks marketing on the Council's website
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