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Address:
The Orchard
Fairford Road
Fairford
Gloucestershire
GL7 4BL

Accommodation:

3 bedroom



Guide Price:
£350,000

Availability:

Contact Agent

Cognatum Property
www.cognatum.co.uk

Ref no:

126586





Description:

Three bedroom mid-terrace cottage. Spacious property with three reception rooms.

Situation:

The Orchard lies at the heart of the south Cotswold market town of Fairford, on the River Coln. An imaginative mix of cottages and apartments, this estate is built in local stone and arranged so as to create a traditional Cotswold street and a secluded garden square. The swimming pavilion can be approached through the garden or the archway next to the estate manager's office. The Orchard is approached from The Croft, an attractive tree-lined avenue with elegant villa style properties and charming 18th century cottages. It is an easy walk to the High Street just a few hundred yards away. Nearby is the newly converted library and the Cottage Hospital.

Further information:

The Orchard combines the convenience of town living with the peace of the countryside. In and around the High Street there is a wide variety of shops ranging from the essentials, a post office, bank, chemist, supermarket, to other food shops, antique and speciality shops. There is a selection of pubs and restaurants, a weekly market in the square and Fairford even has its own town crier.

Historically, The Orchard is built on the orchard land of Keble House, home of John Keble, famous as the poet curate and founder of the Oxford Movement. Keble College Oxford is named after him.

Communications:

Road communications in the area are very good with a series of main trunk roads connecting at the Roman town of Cirencester which is nine miles to the west. Cirencester has a modern shopping centre and the world-renowned Corinium Museum. The pretty riverside village of Bibury with its ancient terraced cottages of Arlington Row is five miles to the north, and four miles to the east is Lechlade, the highest navigable point for boats on the River Thames. Swindon, 12 miles away, offers an excellent Inter-City train service to London (Paddington 56 minutes).

Type: Cottage
Year built: 1997
Tenure: Leasehold
Page Views: 227
Ground rent: Peppercorn
Annual service
charge:
Not known
Lease length: 999 years from 1984
Managing Agent: Cognatum Property
Contact: Sales Office
Telephone: 01491 821170
           
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