This semi-detached Cotswold stone cottage boasts a magnificent village setting yet it is in need of modernising, offering someone a great opportunity to create a home to their liking. The accommodation is displayed across three floors and consists of a double glazed porch to the front opening into a small hallway with stairs leading up to the first storey and a door giving access to the sitting room. This room, overlooks the front garden, and enjoys traditional charm with the central focal point being an impressive exposed Cotswold stone fireplace with an ornate wood burning stove in addition to wooden floor boards all enhancing it’s authenticity. The dining room enjoys an internal stone mullion window believed to have been originally in the external wall but now offers light and a genuine period feature. If you look out of the window you’ll glimpse the stunning spire of the village church. Opening directly into the fitted kitchen, offers a feeling of space and light. From the rear window views across the rear garden towards the playing fields can been enjoyed with a side door giving access to the side path. The oil fired boiler is also located here. On the first floor landing the church can be seen from the side window. A door opens up to a further staircase leading up to the top floor where a delightful double bedroom is housed. The views from here are far reaching across a field towards the village. Back on the first level there are two bedrooms, one double room with built in wardrobes and the other single room houses the hot water tank. This rear bedroom enjoys fabulous far reaching views across the playing fields. All of the bedrooms are serviced by a family shower room. This much loved family home has been owned by the same family for many years and is now offered for sale with no onward chain. Agents Note: The property will require registering with land registry upon purchase.
The grounds comprises of a quaint front garden enclosed by original railings with hedging. A gated path leads from the front and down the side of the cottage to the rear. This front area is mainly laid to lawn. A Cotswold wall runs the full length of the plot and has a gate opening onto the King George V playing fields car park. At the rear the majority of the gardens are laid to a level lawn and it divided from the neighbours property with a wood panelled fence. An elderly wooden shed with a wood store to one side lies at the very end. An oil tank is found near the property. Even though there is no parking within the boundaries, the family have either parked in the lane or in the car park.
• Three bedrooms
• Two reception rooms
• Upstairs shower room
• Enclosed gardens
• Amazing Views
Bisley is a stunning quintessential Cotswold village lying approximately 4.4 miles east of Stroud. This beautiful village and it’s surroundings area are noted for the wealth of its Cotswold stone houses of architectural and historic interest. It’s a thriving village offering two churches, two public houses, a primary school. and village shop with post office. The King George V playing fields and Bisley play group are both within walking distance of the cottage. There is a Green shop at Holbrook Garage and at farm shop at Stancombe Beech Farm. The village hall and Bisley Sports Pavilion are home to many clubs and organisations.
Postcode: GL6 7BW
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Whitaker Seager.
Fixtures and Fittings: Only those items mentioned are included. All other items are specifically excluded, although some may be
available by separate negotiation if required.
Local Authorities: Stroud District. Council Tax Band C and EPC rating F
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