The Parade is a lovely, historic extension to the High Street and dates back to the 1700's with a variety of attractive character properties. With the shops, cafes and amenities in the High Street just a short stroll away and a footpath which winds its way down to the Frome River, it makes a convenient and delightful setting. Number 5 is a Grade II Listed terraced cottage with a pretty façade and stone steps leading up to the entrance door. Set over two floors the accommodation comprises of a lounge with wood block flooring, Inglenook fireplace with log burner, built in window seat and writing bureau. The fully fitted kitchen has a lovely period fireplace/range and leads to the rear hallway which accesses the (new) bathroom and the rear garden. The cottage garden is long and enclosed and also has a timber shed at the far end. On the first floor there are 2 bedrooms which have exposed feature beams and timber flooring. In summary a lovely character cottage in a sought after location. (EPC-E)
The historic market town of Chipping Sodbury sits just below the Cotswold Escarpment and has excellent road links to the A46, the M4 (Junction 18 is approx. 4.9 miles away) Bristol and Bath. The nearby Yate train station (approx. 1.9 miles away) also provides good transport links for commuters to Bristol. The historic High Street dates back to the 12th Century and offers a wide and eclectic range of shops and established businesses which support the town and attract visitors. There is a selection of both Primary and Secondary Schooling in the area of good reputation plus Chipping Sodbury offers many nearby country walks (the Frome Valley Walkway and the Cotswold Way), a lovely common, golf course, cricket, rugby, football and tennis clubs. The centrally located Waitrose store has excellent parking and a cafeteria.
Accommodation & Services
Grade II Listed Terraced Cottage - Attractive Façade - Enviable Central Location - Close to High Street Amenities - Nearby Footpath to Frome River and Frome Valley Walkway - Set Over Two Floors - Lots of Features and Character - Two Bedrooms - Lounge with Inglenook Fireplace, Log Burner and Wood Block Flooring - Kitchen with Feature Fireplace/Stove, New Washing Machine, New Oven, Miele Hob and Fitted Appliances - Modern (New!) Downstairs Bathroom - Pretty Enclosed Rear Garden of Good Size with Timber Shed - Gas Central Heating (New Boiler Replaced 2020) - No Onward Chain!
Local Authority & Council Tax
South Gloucestershire Council. Council Tax Band C
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