High Street, Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
An attractive Period Cottage with many original features and delightful walled garden set in the heart of the town.


From The Square proceed to the High Street and Coppers will be seen on the left hand side just past the Police Station and the post box.


Stow-on-the-Wold is an attractive market town with the parish church of St Edward together with a wide variety of shops and boutiques. In addition it has a good range of hostelries and a primary school.

Bourton-on-the-Water is 4 miles to the south and has a similar range of facilities including the well respected Cotswold secondary school with its affiliated public Sports centre. There is also a secondary school at Chipping Campden. There are mainline train stations situated at Moreton-in-Marsh (4 miles) and Kingham (5 miles) with regular services to London Paddington via Oxford and Reading.

Cheltenham, 18 miles, has excellent shopping facilities. It also has a wide number of hostelries, a multiplex cinema, together with the Everyman Theatre as well as a number of annual festivals including National Hunt, Music, Literature and Cricket.


Coppers is a delightful attached period cottage situated in a tucked away position just off the High Street and adjacent to The Square. It is constructed of natural Cotswold stone under a tiled roof with a very pretty front facade with small pane casement windows set either side of a fixed doorway with the main entrance set to one side.

Coppers has comfortable accommodation with a characterful sitting room with its wide inglenook fireplace, flagstone floors and beamed ceiling together with casement windows with shutters and window seats overlooking the garden. A door leads to the dining room with further fireplace with a wood burning stove, tiled floor and beamed ceiling, as well as windows with timber shutters.

The kitchen is set within a more contemporary structure with a pitched double glazed roof, casement windows and double doors leading to the courtyard. The kitchen is well equipped with an electric Aga and integrated appliances. On the first floor there is a main bedroom with separate bathroom together with guest bedroom with en-suite wet room. The cottage garden is a particular feature. It is private, well stocked and mainly walled and there is a further courtyard to the rear which provides useful additional space with separate access to the Fosse Way.

Entrance Porch/Utility 7'3 x 3'2

Built in cupboard with space and plumbing for automatic washing machine with cupboard to one side.

Inner lobby 4'2 x 3'8

Cotswold flagstone floor, a pair of leaded light glazed doors lead to the sitting room.

Cloakroom 3'9 x 2'4

Low level w.c, wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, flagstone floor.

Sitting room 20'7 x 11'3

Fine inglenook fireplace with a raised hearth and canopy with a substantial timber bressummer and alcove to one side and log store below the hearth. Beamed ceiling, heavy Cotswold flagstone floor, fixed and opening casement windows with painted window shutters and window seats. 5 wall light points, underfloor heating and separate radiators. Stairs with under stairs storage cupboard with shelving lead to the first floor. Semi-glazed and panelled door to

Dining room 13'7 x 10'9

Fireplace fitted with an Aga wood burning stove with stone jambs and bressummer with exposed stonework, beamed ceiling, tiled floor, metal casement windows with timber window shutters and deep timber sills. Two wall light points, built in china and crockery cupboard with marble pantry slab. Glazed and panelled door to kitchen.

Kitchen 12'7 x 11'2

Incorporating a three oven electric Aga with AIMS energy control with a glass panel above looking into the dining room. Two bowl Franke Belfast sink with chrome mixer tap and macerator unit set within a wide marble surround with cupboards to one side and below and a double integrated Fisher & Paykel dishdrawer. Flyover shelf above with lighting, further marble work surface with integrated freezer and drawers below and integrated fridge, cupboard and drawers to one side. Continuation of the tiled floor. Underfloor heating. Pitched double glazed roof and double glazed casements, a pair of doors leading to the rear garden courtyard.

From the Sitting room stairs lead to the first floor landing.

Bedroom 1 14'9 x 11'6

Incorporating a range of built in cupboards, beamed ceiling, 4 wall light points, casement windows with painted shutters and timber window seats.

Bathroom 7'8 x 6'1 minimum

White suite comprising free standing roll top bath with chrome mixer tap and shower attachment, low level w.c, oval wash hand basin set on a tiled shelf with chrome mixer tap, mirror and light above and cupboard below. Heated towel rail, arched glazed display niche, casement window with painted shutters and window seat, beamed ceiling, timber stud work and exposed timber lintel.

Bedroom 2 11'7 x 9'9

Plus built in wardrobe cupboard with shelving. Further wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail. Generous ceiling height with exposed timber beams and velux windows to either side, one of which is electrically operated. Two wall light points.

Door to En-suite

Wet room 10'6 x 2'6

Tiled surround fitted with an overhead shower and separate hand held shower attachment, low level w.c, chrome ladder heated towel rail, wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, display niche with lighting, shaver point. Underfloor heating.


Coppers is approached from the High Street via a wrought iron pedestrian gate with a gravelled path and arched flower arbour with a re-cycling area and insulated timber shed set to one side. A further arched gate leads to an attractive old brick path which dissects the garden and leads to the front of the property. Coppers enjoys a delightful and traditional walled cottage garden, partly laid to lawn with deep flower shrub and herbaceous borders with a variety of plants including roses, hollyhocks, variegated ivy, holly, geraniums, poppies, lavender and an apple tree. Outside tap. Electric point.

There is a brick and paved terraced area set immediately in front of the cottage. Approached either from the double doors in the kitchen or alternatively from a separate pedestrian door from the Fosse Way is a courtyard. 13' average depth x 12'5 width. Paved and with a raised Armitage Shanks Belfast sink with hot and cold water, painted walls and clematis. Wood storage.

Services & EPC

Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage are connected to the property. Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors fitted. Please Note We have not tested any equipment, appliances or services in this property. Prospective purchasers are advised to commission appropriate investigations prior to formulating their offer to purchase. EPC rating E.

Local Authority & Council Tax

Cotswold District Council, Trinity Road, Cirencester, GL7 1PX. Tel: 01285 623000.

Council Tax - Band D - Rates payable for 2021 - 2022 - £1,893.45.

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