The Bank, Broadwell, Gloucestershire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A substantial and spacious Grade II listed Cottage of considerable character in a delightful village.


Leaving Stow-on-the-Wold on the Fosseway heading north, take the first right turn signed Broadwell 1 miles. Drop down the hill into the village. With the village green in front of you turn right and the access to The Bank is up the No through road. Park adjacent to the green. Walk up the tarmacadam lane and take the first right footpath, along a gravelled path and to a box hedge and path leading to the property.


Broadwell is a charming Cotswold village dominated by a wide village green surrounded by attractive, mainly period properties and The Fox Inn. Beside the green runs a stream with a ford, a tributary of the River Evenlode. The village also has a large village hall and St Paul's Parish Church.

Stow-on-the-Wold is an attractive market town with the parish church of St Edward together with a wide variety of shops. It also has a good range of hostelries and a primary school. There is a secondary school in Bourton-on-the-Water and also in Chipping Campden. Moreton-in-Marsh has a main line train station with a regular service to London Paddington.

Cheltenham is the principal commercial and cultural centre in the area and has excellent shopping facilities. It also has a wide number of hostelries, a multiplex cinema, together with the Everyman Theatre as well as a number of annual festivals including the National Hunt, Literature, Music and Cricket festivals.


3 The Bank is a substantial Grade II listed mid-terrace Cottage constructed mainly of natural Cotswold stone under a deep pitched Cotswold stone tiled roof. It has a pretty gabled front elevation with Cotswold stone mullion windows, original drip moulds and leaded light casements.

The rear elevation is equally attractive in its own way, again retaining many of the Cotswold stone mullion windows with drip moulds and leaded light casements together with two gabled dormer windows set in the roof line.

The accommodation is a particular feature of the property and is arranged over four floors. On the ground floor there is a dining hall with Cotswold flagstone floor and open fireplace, leading to the sitting room with further open fireplace and separate cloakroom. The kitchen/breakfast room is situated on the lower ground floor and is well fitted with a Falcon oven, integrated dishwasher and washing machine and a good range of drawers and cupboards.

There is a magnificent main bedroom on the first floor again with a lovely Cotswold stone fireplace and generous ceiling height (9'6 ). In addition there is a further double bedroom and shower room and the staircase continues to the guest bedroom suite where there is a further magnificent double bedroom and spacious en-suite bathroom.

There is a small west facing garden to the front and together with a terrace adjoining the rear and leading to a surprisingly large and well stocked garden.

Dining hall 15'5 x 13'4

Cotswold flagstone floor, open fireplace with a cut stone surround and raised hearth. Stone mullion window with leaded lights and window seat, beamed ceiling. Door and step to Cloakroom and door to Sitting room.

Cloakroom 8'7 x 4'1 max

Low level w.c., circular wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, Worcester oil fired central heating boiler situated beneath the stairs. Heated towel rail, flagstone floor.

Sitting room 17'8 x 13'9

Fireplace with a cut stone surround and deep hearth fitted with a wood burning stove. Ornate ceiling frieze and wide display arch, 3 wall light points, mix of painted mullion and timber casement windows, partly with leaded light casements, fully glazed panelled door to garden terrace.

From the Dining hall a stone staircase leads to the Lower Ground Floor.

Kitchen/Breakfast room 15'10 x 13'4

Belfast sink with chrome mixer tap and wide surround. Integrated dish washer and washing machine. Falcon induction range and grill with five ring induction hob. Range of drawers and cupboards. Tiled floor. 2 timber casement windows.

From the Dining hall a winding staircase with leaded light casement window leads to the first floor landing, storage cupboard.

Bedroom 1 17'6 x 13'9 with 9'6 ceiling height

Stone mullion casement window with leaded lights and window seat. Magnificent fireplace with a cut stone surround and deep hearth, fitted with cast iron grate, coved ceiling and circular ceiling rose.

Shower room

Walk in shower cubicle fitted with an overhead and separate hand held shower attachment. Sliding glazed door, Duravit Starck low level w.c., Hansgrohe circular wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, heated towel rail, part exposed stone wall, stone mullion window with leaded light casements.

Bedroom 2 12'11 x 9'1

Plus built in wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail. Attractive fireplace with a timber surround and wrought iron grate. Beamed ceiling, two wall light points, stone mullion window with leaded light casements and window seat. View over the front garden, roof tops and towards countryside in the distance.

Continuation of the staircase to

Guest Bedroom Suite


Bedroom 3 16'1 x 15'2

Incorporating the stairs and with wide oak floorboards, exposed timber purlins and casement windows to the front and rear.

Door and steps lead to the

En-suite Bathroom 16'2 x 12'2

Eaves storage cupboards. Magnificent room with exposed timber purlins and A frame. Island bath with chrome mixer taps, circular Alape designer wash hand basin flanked to either side by original owl windows with fixed leaded light glazing and exposed timber lintels. Built in book shelving.


The front garden is approached via a path and is mainly laid to lawn with a beech hedge to one side and a mixed mainly evergreen hedge to the other.

The rear garden, which is a particular feature of the property, may be approached either from the door in the sitting room or alternatively via a path which leads past the end cottage and gives access to the Cotswold stone outbuilding of which two of the storage sheds belong to the property.

Abutting the cottage is a paved terrace flanked by a low Cotswold stone wall. Steps lead to the remainder of the garden which is a generous size and is mainly laid to lawn planted with a variety of shrubs and trees. The garden continues to a further large lawned area with steps leading to a small raised garden to the rear.

Services and EPC

Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. Oil fired central heating. Please Note: We have not tested any equipment, appliances or services in this property. Prospective purchasers are advised to commission appropriate investigations prior to formulating their offer to purchase. EPC rating F.

Local Authority and Council Tax

Cotswold District Council, Trinity Road, Cirencester, GL7 1PX. Tel: 01285 623000.

Council Tax - Band E - Rates payable for 2021 - 2022 - £2,261.28.

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