Happy Tuesday! I’m completely charmed by this cozy, Grade-II listed cottage in the Cotswolds! The cupboard full of china and the stained glass window in the dining room! The pretty kitchen windows! The vintage carpet patterns! That chunky, substantial old hearth in the living room! There are so many charming nooks and corners in this little cottage.
The village of Selsley is in a rural setting on a 160-acre common, located in an area of outstanding natural beauty. It would be lovely to take a walk in the surrounding hills to enjoy the views! Life here seems pretty idyllic.
From the listing on Country Life:
Tucked away on a quiet lane in the most desirable location of Selsley stands this delightful two bedroom grade II listed cottage benefiting from parking and an extensive garden with panoramic views.
On entering there is a nice size kitchen with plenty of built in units enjoying views out to the garden. Following through into the sitting room there is a cotswold stone feature fireplace, a stone staircase leading up to the first floor and double doors leading through to a good size dining room. The dining room enjoys plenty of light and from here you can access out into the garden. Also on the ground floor there is a cloak room and separate utility area. To the first floor there is a spacious family shower room and a double bedroom with views looking out. To the second floor there is a lovely spacious attic bedroom with a storage cupboard.