Mileages: Tewkesbury 7 miles, Cheltenham & Gloucester 10 ½ miles, Ledbury 11 ½ miles.
Road: M50 (Jct 2) 7 miles, M5 (Jct 10) 6 ½ miles, (Jct 9) 8 miles.
Railway: Tewkesbury, Gloucester, Cheltenham
Airport: Bristol and Birmingham
Summary of Features
Beautifully presented converted Chapel (769 ft²)
2 double bedrooms, 1 bath/shower room, W.C.
Large sitting room, kitchen and dining area.
Attractive garden, ample parking.
Potential to extend (subject to p.p.).
Tirley is a rural parish in the county of Gloucestershire and was historically one of the monastic estates of Deerhurst. The village lies within the Severn Valley, with the Malvern Hills to the North and Cotswold Hills to the East and is strategically placed for the commercial centres of Gloucester and Cheltenham. The surrounding countryside is a combination of pastureland and woodland, which is synonymous with the area and offers a sought after rural quality of life combined with excellent road links to the rest of the country.
Originally a former Methodist chapel situated in a central village location, The Old Chapel was built in the 1880s and converted in 2009 retaining many of the original features and offering a unique property with character and bags of charm.
A traditional chapel entrance porch with a stable door welcomes you into the property and through solid double doors into a light and airy living area.
The accommodation on the ground floor is for the most part open plan with a sitting room, plus a dining area and kitchen to one end. Patio doors open onto a patio area and access to the garden.
A downstairs W.C is located off the main living area.
Ecclesiastical feature windows above the staircase lead to the first floor where two bedrooms, en-suite bathroom and storage cupboards are found.
The accommodation offers a host of character features typical of its age and including stained glass and stone mullion window.
The property is accessed double gates lead to a gravel driveway providing space for 2-3 cars.
A lawned area surrounds the Chapel with flower beds, former vegetable garden, greenhouse and decorative trees spotted around the Chapel.
The Chapel and gardens are enclosed by the original red-brick wall, yew hedging and traditional iron railings.
To the side of the property is space to extend to provide further living and bedrooms space, and/or garaging subject to planning permissions.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected; oil fired central heating.
Broadband is available and connected
Tewkesbury Borough Council: 01684 295 010
Council Tax Band:
Band "C", (£1,426.06 2018/19)
The property is not listed
Eldersfield Lawn, Deerhurst & Apperley, Ashleworth, Staunton & Corse. Further information is available at: www.gloucestershire.gov.uk and www.herefordshire.gov.uk
Hartpury, Tewkesbury, Newent, Gloucester & Hanley Castle. For further information, please visit the above websites.
Cheltenham, Gloucester, Malvern, Hereford and Worcester. Further information is available at: www.isc.co.uk
Tirley, a parish in Gloucestershire, on the river Severn, south-west of Tewkesbury with a church, a village hall which is host to a range of activities; from aerobics to coffee mornings, together with an active toddler group, two popular public houses situated just outside the village at Haw Bridge and only a short walk away. A Post Office and general village store can be found at Ashleworth. More extensive retail amenities are at Tewkesbury, Gloucester and Cheltenham.
Many fine walks by the river, fishing at Tirley Court with cycling being popular and a good way to get around and enjoy and appreciate the surrounding countryside. Further activities and cultural amenities, including theatres, cinemas, restaurants and sports centres, including Gloucester Ski and Snowboard Centre, are only a short drive away, again at Tewkesbury, Cheltenham and Gloucester.
The region is synonymous within the equestrian industry and The Chapel is conveniently just 6 ½ miles from Hartpury Equestrian College, host to a variety of national and international events. Moores Farm Equestrian Centre is also just 2 ½ miles away at Corse Lawn. The Three Counties Showground and Cheltenham Racecourse (home to National Hunt Racing) are also close by.
From Ledbury: Take the A417 towards Gloucester for approximately 8 ½ miles. At Staunton, take the 2nd exit from the roundabout onto the B4213 and follow the road to a T-junction. Turn left onto the B4211 and after a short distance take the first right onto the B4213 towards Tirley. As you enter the village, take the first left and The Chapel is found, at the bottom of the hill, on the right just before the cross-roads.
From Gloucester: Take the A417 towards Ledbury for approximately 5 miles. After passing a BP garage on the right, take the next right onto the B4211 and follow the directions above.
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