Shepherdspiece Cottage, Long Newnton

Guide price - £1,350,000

Area (approx)
1,832 Sq Ft / 170.2 Sq M

Long Newnton, Tetbury
Gloucestershire, GL8 8SY

A charming Cotswold cottage located in a picturesque rural setting close to Tetbury


3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
3 Reception rooms
Ample parking
Beautiful generous and mature gardens


Private water and drainage
Mains electricity
Oil fired central heating

The AreaTetbury

Shepherdspiece Cottage is situated in a wonderful tranquil rural setting only a couple of miles to the east of Tetbury, amidst some of the Cotswolds most attractive and unspoilt countryside. The market town of Tetbury has, in recent years, seen many improvements and now offers an excellent range of shops including specialist boutiques and delicatessens. There is a good choice of restaurants, cafes, pubs and hotels and the town is renowned internationally for its wide range of shops serving the antiques market. Tetbury lies within the triangle of the M4 and the M5, which provides good access to Bath and Bristol to the south and west, Cheltenham to the north and Swindon and London to the east. The Roman town of Cirencester provides more extensive shopping while cultural facilities are available at Cheltenham, Bath and Bristol, all of which are within easy reach. The property is ideally located in the area, with access to Junction 16 of the M4 for Heathrow and London to the east and Junction 18 for Bristol and the West Country. The M5 for Birmingham and the Midlands can be accessed at Junction 13 or 11A. There is a main line railway station at Kemble with a regular service to London in about 75 minutes. Alternatively, from Chippenham, the journey time is about 60 minutes.

Shepherdspiece Cottage, Long NewntonAbout this home

Shepherdspiece is a quintessential Cotswold stone cottage which occupies a unique and unspoilt rural setting. Built in the vernacular style of Cotswold stone, the cottage enjoys excellent views over the surrounding countryside. Having been sympathetically renovated the accommodation, which is light and spacious, retains various original features such as beamed ceilings and a large inglenook fireplace. The generous gardens are mainly laid to lawn with an amazing variety of wonderful mature trees and far reaching views of the surrounding countryside can be enjoyed from every aspect of the garden.

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1,832 Sq Ft / 170.2 Sq M


Further information

Learn more about the home & area with our local expert

Ian Daniels

Ian is a highly experienced prime country house specialist, having worked in the Cotswolds and Wiltshire for a number of years for Butler Sherborn and Strutt & Parker. Ian grew up and was educated in Wiltshire before moving to the Cotswolds in 2004 after a career as an Officer in the British Army. Ian prides himself on being able to adapt to the challenges every sale poses.