Charlton Kings

Michaelmas Cottage, Chestnut Terrace, Charlton Kings. GL53 8JQ

Step inside this delightful period cottage in the heart of Charlton Kings Village, greeted by parquet effect Karndean flooring and a newly fitted modern log burner. The room is very light and spacious with useful office space created under the stairs. An oak latch & brace cottage door leads to the kitchen, the kitchen has plenty of storage and space for appliances. The window overlooking the pretty garden.
Stable door leads to the garden, with a communal pathway running along the rear of the cottages, very typical in these age properties. Decorative brick steps take you up to the lawned area, a perfect space to relax and have your morning coffee or meet up with friend on a lovely summer evening, before walking around to the very popular Royal Public House and Restaurant.
To the rear of the garden is a brick store ideal for bikes etc.

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Beautiful One Bedroom Early Victorian Terraced Cottage, situated in the heart of Charlton Kings, close to The Royal Public House & Restaurant.

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Pretty period cottage located in heart of the ever popular Charlton Kings Village recently voted in the Sunday Times one of the best places to live in the southwest.
Welcome to Michaelmas Cottage first listed in the 1840 census in a row of 13 cottages with its private path running along the frontage of these very quaint cottages.
The pretty porch welcomes you to this lovely home, plenty of room for coats and boots after a winters walk over the local hills. An oak door leads you the welcoming lounge, with its lovely recently fitted new log burner a great addition to this cottage. Karndean flooring throughout the living room and dining area gives the room a lovely finish. An open space under the staircase gives a perfect office/desk space. Walking through to the kitchen which is a single story extension a stable door opens to the garden giving a beautiful cottage feel. There is plenty of storage and space for appliances.
A communal pathway runs across the rear of the cottages used only by the neighbouring residents. Decorative brick steps lead to your private garden mainly laid to lawn, ideal for your morning coffee or meeting up with friend for the early evening drinks.
The upstairs has a spacious bedroom with views to the front, a large bathroom with corner bath and shower over.
The combination boiler is located in the cupboard over the stairs.
The cottage is truly a little gem hidden away in the heart of this very popular village and we expect a high level of interest so do give us a call to arrange a viewing. AWAITING VENDORS APPROVAL

Property Details

Step inside this delightful period cottage in the heart of Charlton Kings Village, greeted by parquet effect Karndean flooring and a newly fitted modern log burner. The room is very light and spacious with useful office space created under the stairs. An oak latch & brace cottage door leads to the kitchen, the kitchen has plenty of storage and space for appliances. The window overlooking the pretty garden.
Stable door leads to the garden, with a communal pathway running along the rear of the cottages, very typical in these age properties. Decorative brick steps take you up to the lawned area, a perfect space to relax and have your morning coffee or meet up with friend on a lovely summer evening, before walking around to the very popular Royal Public House and Restaurant.
To the rear of the garden is a brick store ideal for bikes etc.

Stairs from the dining area lead to the landing area. A pretty little window overlooks the garden, a large cupboard over the stairs houses the combination boiler.
The spacious bedroom with window overlooking the The Royal gardens and views toward St Mary’s church. The bathroom is very light and airy with a corner bath with a shower over, vanity unit with built in basin, WC and chrome towel heater.

Background to Chestnut Terrace

In 1701, John Prinn, a London Barrister bought Forden House and grounds from Giles Grevill, this was later renamed as Charlton Park. In 1742 William Prinn inherited Charlton Park. William planted a row of chestnut trees on the estate along a path from what is now Newcourt Road up to Horsefair Street. This path was named Chestnut Walk. At the end of this walk a row of cottages were built and named Chestnut Row, now named Chestnut Terrace.

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