Believed to date back to circa 1820 Purton Stoke House is steeped in history and has retained many architectural and period features including sash windows with shutters, ornate coving and a large inglenook fireplace.
The ground floor accommodation is accessed from the entrance hallway and inner hall. The impressive dining room with a bay window enjoys views across the gardens. A fireplace with a stone hearth makes a real focal point to the room.
The double aspect drawing room has a gas fire with a green marble surround with two bay windows and French doors leading out into the garden.
The central inner hall has a beautiful turned staircase and light fills the room thanks to the pitched skylight. Double doors from the inner hall lead into the kitchen/dining room which has a stunning inglenook fireplace with panelled walls, a seat either side and stone tiled floor gracing one wall of the dining room.
The kitchen has a good range of wall and floor cabinets with laminate worktops and inset sink with draining board. Dividing the kitchen from the dining room is a peninsular breakfast bar. At the far end of the kitchen a wooden arched door leads into the boot room with a stone tiled floor and external door leading to a courtyard., the ideal place to kick off muddy boots and hang coats after a lovely walk through the hamlet and down the green lane.
Off the inner hall is a downstairs shower room/utility room with a corner shower cubicle wash hand basin, low level WC and tongue and groove panelling. Space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
From the half landing a there is an office with a vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and double aspect skylights.
On the first floor there is a double aspect master bedroom and one of the bedrooms with built in wardrobes used as the dressing room. A half landing provides access to two further double rooms, one with an en suite shower room.
Stairs lead up to the second floor to two further double bedrooms with a shared shower room comprising walk in shower, wash hand basin, low level WC and heated towel radiator.
The house is approached through double wooden gates onto a gravel driveway which sweeps in front of the house and leads to the double garage and car port. The mature gardens are predominantly laid to lawn with a mix of herbaceous borders, flower beds and established trees including a willow tree. A path with an arbour over leads across the lawn to a circular dining terrace which makes the perfect spot for al fresco dining.
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"Georgian elegance located in a charming hamlet"