Pound Hill, Avening, GL8

GUIDE PRICE £550,000 Freehold

3 bedrooms

1 bathroom

2 reception rooms

about the property

Tastefully refurbished period end of terrace cottage in an elevated position

This charming period cottage is an end of terrace house in a small row of properties. The property has a large light south facing landscaped garden with raised terraces ideal for enjoying the amazing views. There is also off road driveway parking for two cars. The lane leading up to the house offers an idyllic view across the village towards the church, and the property is a short, five-minute walk to the High Street.

Once inside, the property oozes charm and boasts many original features. A neutral palette has been adopted creating a light and airy feel throughout the cottage. There is a sitting room with exposed beams and an open fire, a dining room with fireplace and bread oven, a modern fitted kitchen, separate utility room, and a cloakroom. Upstairs there is a large landing, three bedrooms, and a modern fitted bathroom.

Planning granted to remodel the cottage and add an outbuilding 22/03279/FUL


Avening is a delightful Cotswold village nestling across the Nailsworth Valley and has a great local pub, a village hall, an excellent primary school and parish Church. The property is located in a quiet elevated location in the middle of Avening within walking distance to the school and enjoys panoramic views to Minchinhampton Common and Gatcombe Park, the home of The Princess Royal and Gatcombe Horse Trials. Avening is conveniently located between Tetbury and Nailsworth, both of which have an excellent range of facilities including shops, public houses and primary schools with a secondary school at Tetbury. There is an excellent choice of both public and private schools within the area including Beaudesert Park near Minchinhampton. Also within the local area are a number of places of interest including the world famous Westonbirt Arboretum with some 18 thousand trees and shrubs in approximately 600 acres of landscaped grounds, and over 600 acres of National Trust common land at Minchinhampton.


services Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired central heating

local authority Cotswold District Council

council tax Band D

key features

  • Idyllic setting with stunning views
  • Two reception rooms both with fireplaces
  • Hand painted kitchen
  • Utility/boot room and separate cloakroom
  • Three bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Original features
  • Incredible landscaped garden
  • Planning granted for outbuilding and remodel
  • Off road parking

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