Located in an elevated setting above a country lane, sits this attractive grade II listed family home. Built of Cotswold stone, this end of terraced property lies on a corner plot and is believed to have once been two ‘weavers’ cottages. Offering well proportioned accommodation and displaying character features such as stone mullion windows, window seats, exposed Cotswold stone walls and wooden floors, the layout offers families much scope to utilise the living space to their own requirements. The porch lies to the front of the residence however no one uses this entrance as you approach the house from the rear. The Breakfast Room and Sitting Room both have a front aspect with the Dining Room/Family Room and Conservatory faces the rear. Centrally the stairs lead up to the main landing, which splits off. The views from this light space are wonderful. The main bedroom with ensuite shower room and a further bedroom are located to the rear with two further double bedrooms enjoy magnificent views across the valley at the front. The family bathroom also is situated off the landing. Points of interest in this much loved home are the French doors opening from the dining room out onto a deck, the main focal point in the sitting room is the raised gas fired stove, and the heart of the home is found in the open plan nature of the conservatory, kitchen and breakfast room makes an outstanding living space. The interior décor also with the fixture and fittings are dated and would benefit from an injection of cash, energy and ideas to bring it up to 2022 specification and style.
The raised corner plot creates three defined areas. To the front, the uniformity of the open lawned gardens across the whole terrace gives an unspoilt look of yesteryear. Being the end terrace it benefits from the luxury of having a side section too, however the majority of the grounds are to rear. Enclosed by wood panelled fencing with a pedestrian gate leading to a flight of steps down to the property. Laid to lawn with a variety of trees and shrubs, in addition to a elevated decked area, ornamental pond and a further decked area with pergola positioned directly out from the dining room. The single garage is found in a block within a easy walk. On lane parking is plentiful.
• Kitchen/Breakfast Room
• Two Reception Rooms
• Main Bedroom with Ensuite
• Three further Bedrooms
• Family Bathroom
• Single Garage
Brimscombe is a sprawling village, lying on both sides of the A419. ‘The Roundabouts’ is a country lane off Brimscombe Hill leading up to MInchinhampton Common offering an abundance of walks and is home to a popular golf course. The closest amenities can be found at the bottom of the hill at Brimscombe Corner which include a post office and general store. Brimscombe Primary School is positioned 0.2 mile away. More extensive facilities are available in Nailsworth and Stroud. Stroud boasts an award- winning Farmers Market and is home to Stroud High and Marling Grammar Schools. Both Stroud and Kemble Railway Stations provide main line services to London Paddington.
Postcode: GL5 2PX
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 E and EPC rating
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