The property is entered through a wooden door with glazed panel above into the welcoming entrance hall with a stone tiled floor. To one side is a panelled double door storage cupboard housing the water softener. Stairs lead to the first floor.
The galley style kitchen continues with the stone tiled floor and has an excellent range of built in wooden wall and floor cabinets and an extremely useful pull out larder cupboard. There is a Rangemaster double oven with six ring gas hob and extractor unit above. Integral appliances comprise a dishwasher and washing machine. The kitchen leads to the dining room. This beautiful light, airy and welcoming room has a pitched roof with roof windows inset and recessed lighting. The far wall is constructed of floor to ceiling glazed panels with oak supports and French doors leading out onto the sun terrace - the perfect spot to sit and enjoy views across the stunning garden.
The sitting room is situated at the front of the property in the older part of the house, which is believed to date back to the 17th century. There are some fabulous character features including exposed beams and an inglenook fireplace with a woodburning stove inset which makes a real focal point to the room. There are useful built in display shelves and an understairs storage cupboard.
On the first floor there is a lovely landing area with a balustraded staircase leading up to the second floor. Two bedrooms are situated on this floor. The one at the front of the property has exposed beams and floor boards and a charming feature fireplace. The second bedroom has the benefit of a built in double wardrobe and enjoys a double aspect with stunning views out across the rear garden towards the countryside beyond. The modern bathroom sits conveniently between the two bedrooms and comprises a bath with overhead shower, wash hand basin, low level WC and a heated towel rail.
The second floor landing allows in lots of natural light through a light tube located above the stair well. A further two bedrooms can be found on this floor with the front bedroom having the benefit of floor to ceiling built in wardrobes to one wall and exposed beams. The rear bedroom also has exposed beams and from the window there are fantastic elevated views across the rear of the property.
The bathroom on this floor has a contemporary suite comprising a bath with overhead shower, wash hand basin, low level WC and heated towel rail.
The beautiful gardens are of particular note, extending to just under half an acre. The first area is a walled garden with a terrace (perfect for outdoor entertaining) along with gravelled areas and pathways edged with well stocked raised beds and borders. There is a beautiful Cotswold stone outbuilding with exposed timbers, galvanised roof and adjacent log store. The outbuilding is currently used for storage, but subject to planning could be made into a garden room/office or guest accommodation.
A gravel path meanders its way through the walled garden and opens out onto a terrace, ideal for BBQ's. From here steps lead down to the substantial garden which has an orchard with an abundance of fruit trees including apple, pear and plum. To one side there is a kitchen garden where numerous varieties of vegetables and fruit are grown.
Beyond the rear of the garden is a footpath along the old railway line which leads to the Goods Shed Arts venue.
The vendor rents a single parking bay for £360pa (2016).
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"A superbly renovated character Cotswold stone town house"