Most of Easterleigh Cottage is thought to have been built around 1840, in typical Cotswold stone. It is a semi-detached cottage, i.e. the building to the right of the central chimney as viewed from the front. The name comes from the Anglo Saxon word "leigh" or "leah", meaning an open meadow.
The Sitting Room
It has a low beamed ceiling with comfy sofas and leather chairs for 7 arranged around an open fireplace with a wrought iron wood burner. You will find a bucket of logs ready for you!
The Conservatory Dining Room
Step through the sitting room to the bright conservatory dining room. The perfect venue for family birthday parties and dinners.
At the heart of the house is a modern, fully equipped kitchen capable of sitting six,. It has a Rayburn (Aga) as well as a modern cooker and hob.
The Large Downstairs Twin Bedroom + Shower and Toilet
There is a downstairs shower, toilet and sink through the kitchen for the downstairs bedroom, no stairs involved.
The Vaulted Master Bedroom
Complete with en- suite Bathroom, it can take a cot, and is the perfect bright and airy cottage bedroom.
Master En-suite bathroom
Modern but atmospheric bathrooms, one is en-suite. Both are complete with power showers.
Upstairs Twin or Double Bedroom
The beds can be arranged either way for an atmospheric bedroom with lots of storage space.
Upstairs Single Bedroom
A comfortable single bedroom, or can take a z bed as well to be a twin room at a squeeze.
A second spacious bathroom shared between the upstairs twin bedroom and single room.
There is double glazing and new central heating throughout, with cottage-style windows that keep the upstairs cool and airy through the summer. New curtains have been locally handmade. Paintings and furnishings are a blend of modern, and antiques acquired from various auctions around the country.
A garden in two parts, traditional cottage and a gate to a lawned orchard. Equipped with brick barb-b-q, large outside table and chairs and a bench.