Price £ 875,000
Reference 47634
Address 29 Cirencester Road, Tetbury, GL8
(Map Location)
Beds 5
Baths 2
Type Detached house
Tenure Freehold
Built Area 2170 ft2

The Old Bowling Green is a freehold 2170 sq. ft. spacious 5 bed roomed detached house with an open southerly rural rear facing view. Built in about 1966, it features versatile accommodation, 2 covered car ports with ample parking for 5 cars. The house is gas centrally heated, fully double glazed, with cavity wall insulation and solar panels. Viewings by appointment only all reasonable offers will be considered.



The Old Bowling Green can be found on Cirencester Road a few minutes from the town centre on the eastern side of Tetbury. Tetbury is a sought after, attractive Cotswold Town which offers a full variety of local shops, pubs, delis, restaurants, Hotels, B&B’s and a couple of high street supermarkets as well as a Highgrove shop and plenty of antique shops. There is no shortage of service providers from care homes, dentists, opticians, wedding venues, car repairs, vets, ironmongers, building suppliers to name a few. The Tetbury Goods Shed offers a variety of Arts and Entertainment. There is a public recreation ground, a new civic hall is in the process of being built. There is an active community spirit - U3A, WI, Lions, Scouts, Cubs, Guides, Brownies, ACF, Tennis Club, Bowles Club, local town football and rugby clubs plus great golf courses less than 15 minutes away to name a few organisations. We are lucky to have and own our local Community Hospital which offers a restricted local emergency services minor injuries unit, dentists and a couple of operating theatres are used by visiting consultants. There are a great variety of good schools in the local vicinity; Tetbury has primary and secondary schools, plus several excellent private schools within a reasonable distance. We are close to Highgrove, the private residence of Prince Charles and also Gatcombe Park the home of the Princess Royal. Other landmarks include the world-famous National Arboretum Westonbirt and a little further away Cotswold Water Park.

Tetbury is positioned between the M4 and M5 motorways and is within easy reach of Bath, Bristol, Swindon, Cirencester, Cheltenham and Gloucester all within a 25 mile radius. Kemble station which is 20 mins away has easy parking, offers a regular main line service to London Paddington taking approximately 1 hour 20 mins.


From Market Hall enter into Chipping Street passing the Snooty Fox on your right and the short stay car park, follow the road down the hill you should come to a traffic calming hump into Cirencester Road passing the Royal Oak on your right, after approx 150 yards on your right you will find The Old Bowling Green is set back off Cirencester Road standing in its own grounds.


The entrance porch gives access to a warm and welcoming entrance hall laid with fully fitted carpet throughout. There are four reception rooms; a large separate dining room with French doors opening out onto a covered veranda leading into the garden and views beyond. There is a down stairs wc.

The large family/ kitchen room comprises a comfortable snug with relaxed seating. The kitchen area is modern and comprehensively fitted with a full range of built in modern appliances which include a boiling hot tap, dishwasher, fridge, eye level ovens, warming drawer and induction hob. A large marble island sits centrally. The wall and base units meet all your needs The extended family and kitchen room has an overall length of 36ft. It has a separate pantry with marble cooling shelves. There is also a dining/breakfast area adjoining which overlooks the garden and the fields beyond.

The Family Kitchen Room is extremely well insulated and has underfloor heating throughout. The “livin room” extension breakfast area in the Family Kitchen Room provides a perfect link into the garden. There are two sets of sliding doors, one giving access to the heated veranda area, adjacent to the dining room, which may be used for BBQ’s and outside dining and the second door leading directly to the garden and patio area by the hot tub.

Leading off the kitchen is the utility room which has a sink, a number of wall and floor units, space for a washing machine, tumble dryer, chest freezer, fridge freezer, a water softener and new wall mounted gas central heating boiler.

The sitting room is very spacious with secondary heating by way of a modern featured super-efficient Scandinavian designed log burner which throws out approx. 7kw of heat and uses a minimal number of dry logs. There are double French doors which lead directly to the front allowing direct access to the log shed.

To the first floor there are five double bedrooms which include a double aspect master suite with en suite bathroom featuring a bath, walk in shower, wc and handbasin. This bedroom has extensive built-in wardrobes and a wash hand basin plus an airing cupboard. The remaining four good sized bedrooms (one of which is currently used as a study) either face to the front or the lovely views across open fields to the rear. There are two loft spaces offering a further possibility of development into the large loft space.

A family bathroom serves the four bedrooms.


The property is situated within a very short walk to the town centre and also to a large Tesco supermarket less than a 5 minutes’ walk away. Easy access to the countryside is less than 5 minutes away and the very many footpaths that are on offer along Hurd Lane and the old railway line, are perfect for dog walks.

The gardens are private and located to both the front and rear of the property with secure side accesses to the rear of the property. The front area is large enough to park upward of 6 cars; there are two carports one of which is enclosed and has an electrical supply. The boundaries to the property are either stone walled or hedged with a mixture of hawthorn, privet and box hedging. The front has border planting, some trees, stone wall, fencing and hedging. The rear garden enjoys a number of features including secluded patios, walk through mixed borders, raised flower bed with a flowering cherry offering shade, rose beds, a number of fruit trees, veggie patch, young grape vine, lovely rhubarb, a bamboo pergola, rose covered arch, soft fruits and strawberry bed. There are two sizeable sheds one with electric supply. Both brightly coloured to reflect sea side colours and a working green house for potting on. Two main features are the Hot Tub and the large Summer House which also has its own power supply and a built-in storage facility at the rear.


Rates: Council Tax Band F

EPC: Band B

Viewing will be with the owners by appointment only. Initial contact by email through the web site in the first instance.

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  • Garden
  • Parking
  • Countryside views
  • Hot Tub
  • Large Summer House
  • 2 Garden Sheds
  • Covered Veranda

Map Location