Three bedroom Listed property with fantastic views
- Semi Detached
- Off Road Parking
Originally two cottages, the property still has the two staircases to the first and second floors at either end of the main house. The attached coach house was converted to form the entrance hall, kitchen and garage. Light floods into the entrance hallway via the glazing surrounding the front door in the original arch opening. From here doors lead to the garage, which exhibits the original cobbled floor, and the kitchen with a range of wall and base cabinets in a country kitchen style, double oven, hob and space and plumbing for a dishwasher. There is also a useful cupboard off the hallway and an opening leads into the fabulous Amdega sun room with Trefoil arches in the Victorian Gothic style to mirror those of the cottage. French doors give access to the terrace and garden beyond.
The sitting room boasts a magnificent inglenook fireplace with bread oven, parquet flooring and is dual aspect. A door by the side of the fireplace conceals the first staircase to the first floor. The parquet flooring continues into the adjoining dining room, again dual aspect and with the second set of stairs. Off the dining room is a utility lobby with space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer and a door leading to a cloakroom with WC and Belfast sink.
Two double bedrooms are located on the first floor and can be accessed by either staircase and through the Jack and Jill bathroom located between the two rooms. The bathroom is spacious and has a white suite comprising of a bath, pedestal hand basin, WC and separate shower cubicle.
The third bedroom occupies the whole of the attic floor and has its own en suite bathroom and numerous cupboards.
The property has been well maintained and there is scope for further renovation and modernisation. The property has a double garage and a courtyard area with off road parking. The garden is extensive, gently following the incline of the valley and well laid out with lawns, mature planting, trees, steps and terraces from which to enjoy the fabulous views. There is also a lovely summer house and potting shed located on the top section of the garden. To the front there is an attractive cottage garden enclosed by a hedge and a stone wall with pillars to the parking and garage access.
This pretty village is set in a wooded valley in the Cotswold escarpment. It exudes charm and history as well as access to the Cotswold Way, a popular trail running close by. A range of amenities is available within the village including a doctors' surgery, a community-run Post Office and Store, the Old Crown public house and brewery. There is a primary school within the village and the area is well served by good secondary state and independent schools. Stroud provides Intercity rail services to Swindon & London (Paddington). Train services also operate to Bristol & Gloucester from Cam.