The property offers the best of old and new. Weavers Cottage is situated within a courtyard setting and was converted approximately seven years ago to a very high specification, whilst preserving the stone mullion windows, vaulted ceilings and exposed timber beams.
A centrally located timber and glazed door leads to a welcoming entrance hallway featuring flooring with underfloor heating and is well lit by the door and side panel glazing. There is a cloakroom off and stairs to the first floor accommodation. The door to the right leads through to the stunning kitchen/ dining room with travertine tiled flooring and underfloor heating. The kitchen benefits from an excellent, bespoke range of Parlour Farm wooden wall and cabinet units finished with granite worktops and upstands. There is a ceramic sink and integral appliances comprises a range oven, dishwasher, fridge and freezer. An island unit with a wooden worktop graces the centre of the kitchen area and provides excellent storage and additional work surface area. In front of the two shuttered windows serving the room is a lovely area to have a dining table, ideal for entertaining.
A spacious sitting room is found to the other side of the entrance hallway and features an oak floor with under floor heating, a pellet fed fuelled stove and a door through to the rear garden. The stove also provides the central heating, underfloor heating and hot water.
The first floor accommodation is accessed off the gallery landing and comprises of two double bedrooms, one serviced by an en suite shower room. Both rooms have impressive vaulted ceilings with exposed beams. To complete the accommodation is a family bathroom comprising a bath, pedestal sink and low level WC all in white.
All doors are timber boarded and feature black cast iron latches and hinges. The property is beautifully decorated throughout.
The Grounds and Gardens
To the front is a large gravel area, providing space for several vehicles. A stone paved path leads to the front door with lawns on both sides. The path continues along the frontage to the side and the outbuilding. The rear garden is approximately 120 ft. long and boasts uninterrupted countryside views beyond. It is mainly laid to lawn with mature side boundaries of trees and hedging. A private patio to the rear of the property is an ideal area to sit and enjoy the countryside views.
A rather splendid outbuilding in the rear garden, constructed of Cotswold stone/ timber cladding and timber double doors, is currently used for storage but could be used for a multiple of ancillary uses and accommodation.
The property is located on the outskirts of the village of Nympsfield, in a rural location within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village has two churches, one next to the courtyard development, a village pub, The Rose and Crown and a primary school. Further afield there is a range of shopping, cafes, restaurants, schooling and leisure facilities in the nearby towns of Nailsworth, Stroud, Wotten-Under-Edge and Tetbury.
From Cirencester take the A429 towards Tetbury and Stroud. At the roundabout take the third exit onto the A433 towards Tetbury and continue following this road. In Tetbury take a right turn onto Church St ( A4135) towards Dursley. After the village of Kingscote take the right turn and at the junction with the B4058 turn right and continue straight. When the road bears left, take the second unmade access on the right hand side.