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4 bedroom house for sale in Fossebridge, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54

Guide price £645,000

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Stone steps lead up to the wooden front door and leads into the welcoming entrance hall. To the right of the entrance hall there is an open plan inviting kitchen/dining room. The kitchen has a travertine tiled floor with an excellent range of base and wall cabinets with an integral oven/ hob and dishwasher. There is space for a washing machine and American style fridge/freezer.

A door at the far end of the kitchen/dining room leads to an inner lobby where stairs lead to the first floor. From the lobby a door leads to a double aspect double bedroom with a wash hand basin and French doors leading out to the garden.

To the other side of the entrance the light and airy double aspect sitting room is situated with a woodburning stove set within an exposed Cotswold stone chimney making a real focal point of the room. A couple of steps lead down to the second ground floor double bedroom, a charming room with a mezzanine floor currently used for storage. There is an en suite bathroom which has a white suite comprising; a walk in shower, bath, double wash basin and low level WC.

Upstairs there is a further double bedroom with a charming circular window providing charming views and a further bedroom which currently has four single beds in a dorm style. The shower room situated between both bedrooms has a white suite comprising shower, wash hand basin and low level WC.

The property is accessed across a shared gravel driveway. A gate leads to the driveway with parking for numerous vehicles and the pretty garden is predominantly laid to lawn.

Fossebridge is a picturesque hamlet within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, next to the Inn at Fossebridge and adjacent to the Fosse Way. The thriving market town of Northleach is only a three miles away and has an excellent range of shops and amenities along with a highly regarded Church of England primary school, an ward winning butcher, post office/store and the ever popular gastro pub, The Wheatsheaf. The larger towns of Cheltenham and Cirencester provide more extensive shopping and recreational facilities.

The A40 is aound three miles to the north giving access to Oxford, M40 to London and also to Cheltenham and the M5 with links to Birnimgham and the south-west. The Fosse Way (A429) gives access northbound to Stow-on-the-wold, Moreton-in-Marsh and southbound to Cirencester, Swindon and the M4.

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