Coln St. Dennis, Cheltenham
Gloucestershire, GL54 3JU
4 Reception rooms
3 Bath/Shower rooms
Mains water and electricity
Oil fired central heating
Located at the heart of the highly desirable Coln St. Dennis. Nestled in the sought after Coln Valley, the property is surrounded by picturesque countryside and sits in a plot which extends to 3.24 acres.
Located at the heart of the picturesque village of Coln St. Dennis, is this wonderful home. Believed to date back to the 18th Century with later additions, Tallat Steps has a warm and inviting feel, with generously proportioned rooms - well suited for a family and modern day living.
The property was bought by the current owners in 1995 and gives the purchaser an exciting opportunity to put their stamp on it. Tallat Steps is not Listed and there would be scope to alter/extend the property, should the necessary permissions be applied for and granted.
Nestled in the sought after Coln Valley, the property is surrounded by picturesque countryside and sits in a plot which extends to 3.24 acres.
A wonderful setting within the village, surrounded by picturesque countryside in arguably one of the most desirable addresses in the Cotswolds.
The accommodation throughout is generous and allows a real versatility as to how each room could be used. There is ample space for a study/home office, studio or children’s playroom.
The open plan kitchen/dining room is very much the heart of the home. Not only a superb space for those who are keen on cooking, it offers a perfect space to dine and entertain. Doors lead out onto a south-facing terrace, ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining.
A number of large windows throughout both the ground and first floors allow for an abundance of natural light and lovely views across the garden.
The five bedroom, three bath/shower room (of which the main bedroom is en suite) arranged over the ground and first floors make for comfortable living.
The garden and grounds are laid to lawn and pasture. Framed by a combination of dry stone walls and a variety of wonderful trees, all of which provide a great deal of privacy. There is a spring fed pond and fresh water stream meandering through the grounds.
A gravel driveway and garage provides ample parking for a number of cars.
The area is well renowned for having some of the most idyllic villages and the most fantastic pubs and restaurants.
The surrounding countryside is breath-taking, perfect for those who enjoy walking, riding and cycling. There are countless walks linking the area's villages and hamlets.
As villages go in the Cotswolds, there would be few as desirable as Coln St. Dennis on the River Coln. This quintessential village forms part of the parish that includes the village of Coln Rogers and the hamlets of Calcot, Fossebridge and Winson.
The delightful Cotswold town of Northleach is only 3.5 miles to the north. The streets in and around the ancient Market Place are rich in architectural interest ranging from half-timbered buildings and merchants’ houses dating from the 15th and 16th centuries, to the great House of Correction built at the crossroads in the 18th century. Walking through the town you can see reminders of the great days of the wool trade. Funded by wool merchants, the impressive church of St Peter and St Paul was built and remains one of the finest examples of the Cotswold perpendicular style. The town centre (Market Place) is compact and completely unspoilt, having changed little since 1500, except for more ‘recent’ additions of the late 16th and 17th century buildings, which split apart to form The Green. Most of the shops in Northleach are owned by independent proprietors – here you will find something for everyone. Northleach has a number of establishments offering quality accommodation plus a variety of places to eat and public houses.
Cirencester, known as the 'Capital of the Cotswolds', is only 8.2 miles to the south and is a lovely market town with a fascinating history. In Roman times, Cirencester, was the second largest town only to London. The town became a very prosperous wool town in the medieval period, which is the basis for the charming buildings with ancient honey coloured stone in picturesque narrow streets.
The Market Place is the heart of the town and is home to a Charter Market (every Monday and Friday) and a Farmers’ Market (every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month).
The variety of quality independent shops makes shopping in Cirencester a delight. Enjoy exploring the courtyards with their individual style and the many historic streets radiating from the town centre.
Cirencester is renowned for its special shops, individual boutiques, fascinating antique emporiums and craft shops as well as national chain stores.
Coln St. Dennis is within easy reach of Oxford and Cheltenham, both providing more comprehensive shopping and recreational needs.
The area is renowned for having a number of fantastic schools, both private and state, all being within easy driving distance. There are also a selection of primary schools in neighbouring villages.
The Fosse Way (A429) is only 0.5 miles to the west and, therefore, road communications are fantastic. The A417/A419 and A40 are a short distance away and provide access to London, via the M4/M40 and M5 to the west. Rail links are also good, with regular trains from both Kemble and Kingham.
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