The historic and charming market town of Wotton-under-Edge sits at the edge of the Cotswolds and has an excellent range of local amenities including shops, restaurants, cafes, public swimming pool and even its own cinema called The Wotton Electric Picture House.
There are two primary schools and the highly regarded Katherine Lady Berkeley's secondary school sits on the edge of the town.
There is easy access to both the M4 (approx. 12 miles) and the M5 (approx. 6 miles). Train stations are located at Kemble and Stroud for trains to London Paddington and Cam and Dursley for Bristol and Birmingham.
Denbigh House is a superb family home with versatile living accommodation arranged over two floors. Many period features have been retained both upstairs and downstairs including; picture rails, window shutters, panelled interior doors, deep skirting boards, cornicing and detailed ceiling moulds.
The property is entered through a pretty part glazed timber framed porch with a quarry tiled floor leading to the front door and into the central entrance hall with wooden floor boards. From the entrance hall there is access to the cellar which is currently used for storage by the current owners. Stairs lead from the entrance hall to the first floor landing.
The sitting room has wooden floors and a window looking out to the rear of the property. A marble surround fireplace with two arched alcoves gracing either side makes a real focal point to the room.
The second sitting room sits to the front of the property and is currently used as a formal dining room.
The kitchen is a welcoming room with wooden floors, bespoke hand painted wall and floor cabinets, (including a large corner larder), Belfast style sink and Aga.
The snug with its quarry tiled floor and built in, shelved cupboard leads on from the kitchen creating a wonderful space for entertaining.
The conservatory is accessed from the kitchen and has a slate tiled floor and UPVC double glazed windows and doors. It really makes the perfect spot to sit and enjoy the southerly panoramic views of Wotton-under-Edge through the changing seasons. Two sets of doors lead out from the conservatory onto the brick and part shingle patio.
From the kitchen a door leads to the utility room which has a glazed roof, quarry tiled floor and built in floor cupboards along one wall with a sink and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher. The utility room can be accessed from the front or rear of the property and makes the ideal place to leave muddy boots (and dogs!) after a walk through the surrounding countryside.
Bedroom four is situated on the ground floor and is currently used as a guest room. It has both access to the main house and its own separate entrance. The room has wooden floors, Velux roof windows and an ensuite cloakroom comprising a low-level WC and wash hand basin.
On the first floor at the top of the stairs is a display alcove and of particular note is the attractive arched landing window. At the far end of the balustraded landing is a built in bookcase.
The light and airy master bedroom has a pretty stone surround feature fireplace. The ensuite bathroom has an attractive arch window and the white suite comprises a shower cubicle, wash hand basin and low-level WC.
Bedroom two and three are both double rooms with bedroom two having a wooden surround feature fireplace.
The family bathroom has a white suite comprising a bath with overhead shower, wash hand basin and low-level WC. There is also an extremely useful built in airing cupboard with slatted shelving. Access to the loft can be reached through the bathroom.
The property is approached through the pretty front garden which is predominantly laid to lawn with stepping stones leading to the front door and a paved path to one side. Either side of the lawn is flanked with herbaceous borders. There is a driveway providing ample parking and a double garage with additional storage space.
The main garden is to one side of the house over two levels and comprises a lawned area with a stepped, shingle path to one side, a patio and raised beds. To one end of the garden is a raised decking area and is the ideal place for outdoor entertaining whilst enjoying more of the glorious views.
There is a further garden area (96ft x 36ft) which is accessed from the rear of the property. The current owners use this area as a wild flower garden, but there is the potential to build upon the land (subject to planning permission).
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"A delightful period detached family house with lovely southerly views and good sized gardens."