The Old Brewery, West End, Northleach, Cheltenham

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
An impressive three bedroom penthouse apartment with parking, private courtyard garden and fine views over the roofscape of Northleach.


Northleach is a charming former wool market town set in the heart of the Cotswolds. The town has a thriving community centred around the historic parish church of St Peter and Paul dating from the early 12th century. It has an excellent variety of shops including an award winning butcher, a vintner, chemist, good pubs/restaurants, a post office and doctors surgery. The town provides excellent access on to the A40 with Cheltenham to the west and Oxford and London to the east. The Fosse Way provides access to Bourton-on-the-Water, Stow and Birmingham to the north and Cirencester and Swindon to the south. The area provides a fantastic range of outdoor leisure pursuits and there is racing at Cheltenham, Stratford and Newbury and theatres in Cheltenham, Oxford and Stratford.


No.3 The Old Brewery comprises an impressive penthouse apartment enjoying a fine view over the roofscape of Northleach to the Cotswold hills beyond, and comprises part of the former Taylors brewery converted in the 1990s to the existing development. The accommodation is laid out over the top two floors of the brewery with a vaulted drawing room, dining room, study and kitchen with three further bedrooms and an impressive mezzanine on the top floor overlooking the main bedroom.


Part glazed painted timber front door with outside light to;

Entrance Lobby

With deep built in cloaks cupboard, lift and stairs with varnished timber handrail and painted timber balustrade rising to the:


With casement windows to rear elevation, exposed beams and recessed ceiling spotlighting. Deep cupboard housing the washing machine, boiler, pressurised hot water cylinder and fuse box. Painted timber door to:


With access to lift, casement windows to rear elevation, range of built in book shelving and exposed timbers and stone work. Painted timber door to:

Dining Room

With part vaulted ceiling, recessed ceiling spotlights, exposed timber a-frame and stonework. Double glazed casements overlooking the front of the property and the town beyond. Interconnecting archway through to the:


With timber edged worktop with comprehensive range of built in cupboards and drawers, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Four ring Neff halogen hob with built in Stoves double oven/grill below. One and a half bowl ceramic sink unit with chrome mixer tap, tiled splash back, range of eye level cupboards and extractor over hob. Recessed ceiling spotlighting and double glazed casement windows overlooking the town to the front. Approached either from the hall or via the dining room through double french doors with glazed inserts is the:

Principal Drawing Room

With a fine vaulted ceiling with exposed timber purlins and a frame with double glazed casements to front and rear elevations with superb views out over the town. Ornate decorative cut stone fireplace fitted with a Clearview stove, four wall light points, extensive range of built in book shelving and storage.

From the hall, step up to:


With further recessed ceiling spotlights and painted timber door to:

Bedroom Three

With ornate metal framed casement to rear elevation with secondary glazing. Recessed ceiling spotlights. (Currently used as a dressing room).

From the landing, painted timber door through to:


With low level WC with timber seat, pedestal wash hand basin, paneled bath with chrome mixer tap and handset shower attachment, part tiled walls, extractor, recessed ceiling spotlights and ornate metal framed window with secondary glazing to rear elevation.

From the far end, painted timber door to:

Bedroom Two

With double glazed casement window to gable end with easterly views out across the roofscape of the town. Built in book shelving and recessed spotlights.

From the landing, painted timber door to:

Master Suite

Comprising bedroom with ornate metal framed casement window to front elevation with secondary glazing and oak sills. Extensive range of mirror fronted built in wardrobes. Stairs rising to mezzanine, below stairs storage and painted timber door to:

En Suite Bathroom

With tiled floor, ornate metal framed casement window to front elevation with fan light over, secondary glazing and oak sill. Matching suite comprising paneled bath, with central chrome mixer tap with handset shower attachment, low level WC with timber seat, pedestal wash hand basin, and a large built in shower with tiled walls, shower rose over and separate handset shower attachment. Built in shelving and recessed ceiling spotlights.

From the master bedroom, stairs with painted timber balustrade and polished timber handrail rise to an extensive mezzanine:

Secondary Sitting Room/Bedroom (as required)

With extensive Velux rooflights over, bespoke spotlighting and vaulted ceiling with ornate fret balustrade over bedroom.


No. 3 The Old Brewery is approached from the High Street via a shared private drive with two dedicated parking spaces for number 3. With a private walled garden to the side with Cotswold stone wall surrounding and laid out for minimal maintenance with extensive paved terrace, trellis and attached sheds to one side. A path leads to the rear of The Old Brewery to the front door for No.3.


Mains Electricity, Water and Drainage are connected.


Cotswold District Council, Trinity Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 1PX (Tel: 01285 623000)


Council Tax band F. Rate Payable for 2023/ 2024: £3,016.44


From Bourton-on-the-Water take the A429 Fosse Way south. Proceed straight over the roundabout with the A40 and turn left at the traffic lights into Northleach. Continue towards the centre of the town past the fire station on your right and Midwinter Road and then Guggle Lane on your left. The turning for The Old Brewery can be found just after Guggle Lane on the same side of the road.


The Service charge for 2023 is currently £585.00 payable to Taylers Brewery Management Company Ltd. There are no further costs anticipated at the present time and there are surplus funds in the account, however, costs are paid by the Residents as and when they arise. The charges for 2022 amounted to £1,200 for the year and included management fees, insurances and minor maintenance costs.

TENURE - Leasehold

This property has a 999 year lease which commenced in 1999, leaving 975 years remaining on the lease.

01451 798058

Tayler & Fletcher (Bourton On The Water)

High Street, Bourton-on-the-Water, GL54 2AP

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