- ONE BEDROOM COACH HOUSE
- IMMACULATELY PRESENTED
- DOUBLE BEDROOM
- EPC: D
- FULLY FURNISHED
- TWO RECEPTION ROOMS
- AVAILABLE FROM 25TH OCT 2018
An immaculately presented coach house style apartment nestled in the heart of the picturesque town of Painswick with lovely views. The apartment consists a bright ground floor reception room which could be used as a study, spacious open plan lounge/kitchen, one double bedroom, and bathroom, and there is ample built in storage.
This property is offered fully furnished to include a counter top oven/grill/microwave, an under counter fridge with freezer box, a washing machine and all necessary electrical goods such as vacuum, kettle, toaster as well as crockery. Parking is on street, note: the garages located below do not form a part of the tenancy. Sorry no pets, no HB. EPC: D
Amenities: The Cotswold village of Painswick to the north of Stroud is considered by many to be the most sought after village within the Stroud Valleys. The village still retains many impressive Georgian properties with numerous Cotswold stone cottages and a church with a renowned number of Yew Trees. The village offers a number of shops including grocery, post office, antique shops, and a golf course. There are two Public Houses and a Primary School. The main town centre of Stroud is 4 miles to the south and the cities of Gloucester / Cheltenham are 5 and 7 miles to the north. Both can offer a comprehensive range of shopping and banking facilities, first class schooling facilities catering for all grades and age groups and both have a Leisure Centre, British Rail mainline station and access to the M5 & M4 motorways.
All photographs are provided for guidance only. Applicant fees are £125 + vat = £150 for the first applicant or £160 + vat = £192 for 2 applicants and £60 + vat=£72 for each subsequent applicant. Company lets £150 + vat= £180. There are no chanrges for guarentors, extended tenancy agreements or check outs.
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