Wyck Rissington, Wyck Rissington, Gloucestershire, GL54

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
Stunning two-bedroom Cotswold stone cottage, with generous rear garden and potential to extend, subject to the usual consent

20 Wyck Rissington is a pretty Cotswold semi-detached stone-built cottage, which has been fully renovated and improved by the current owner to a high standard, to include hardwood-framed double glazed windows and underfloor heating


Accessing the cottage to the rear, the accommodation is well appointed and is beautifully finished throughout, set back from the lane behind a Cotswold stone wall, accessed through a wooden five bar gate, which leads onto an extensive gravelled driveway, with a long cottage garden leading down to a small brook

The kitchen/breakfast room, has a good selection of base units with wooden work surfaces incorporating an inset sink, "Bosch" electric stainless-steel oven and hob, built-in slimline dishwasher and a fireplace incorporating a cast-iron wood-burner, and connecting doors to a downstairs cloakroom and shelved pantry cupboard

Leading through into the cosy sitting room, there is an attractive open fireplace with wooden surround and cast-iron inserts, stone tiled flooring with underfloor heating, and a large panelled front window providing lovely countryside views to the front aspect

To the first floor, there are two spacious double bedrooms

The principal bedroom has the advantage of a walk-in over stairs wardrobe and a glorious outlook over open countryside

Both bedrooms are serviced by the well-appointed bathroom with tongue and groove panelled bath, shower cubicle with rain-shower over, pedestal washbasin, heated towel rail, low-level wc, and electric underfloor heating

Attached to the cottage is a converted stone outbuilding, with a fully functioning utilty/boot room with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, base cupboard and integrated sink

Adjoining garden store housing oil condensing boiler

EPC Band E

If this is a lettings investment, we would recommend a lettings guide price in the region of £1,300 pcm


There is lapsed planning permission for a two-storey extension, Application Ref: 19/01127/FUL

Date of Decision: 9th July 2019


Council tax – band C

Tax payable for 2024/25 - £1,901.69


Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected

Oil fired central heating

Internet provider is Gigaclear with 900 Mbps symmetrical broadband through Fibre to the property

Average broadband speeds advertised within this postcode are up to 73.3 Mbps if provider is BT


An unspoilt picturesque Cotswold village spread out along a central village green with duck pond and Victorian drinking fountain

Church of St. Laurence built in the 12th Century

Village hall hosting a range of community events

Bourton-on-the-Water is approx. 1.5 miles away and has a host of shops and amenities for day-to-day needs, together with

The Cotswold School, an 11 to 18 academy school

Other centres within easy reach are Cheltenham (17.5 miles), Cirencester (18), Gloucester (25) and Oxford (28.5)

The award-winning Daylesford Farm Shop, including the exclusive 'The Club by Bamford' is about 7.5 miles


The gardens are generous in size, with an extensive gravelled driveway for several vehicles, large patio terrace, expanse of lawn, raised planting bed with wooden surrounds and a small brook with wooden footbridge leading onto a section of wild garden

There is an adjoining garden store housing the oil condensing boiler

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