Located in the historic Cotswold village of Bisley, lies this detached house positioned within a small cul-de-sac of similar modern properties. On entry you are welcomed by a tiled hallway with stairs leading up to the first floor. Doors lead off to the cloakroom, sitting/dining room and into the fitted kitchen. Benefitting from a view of the rear garden, the kitchen offers a selection of base units and drawers in addition to matching wall cupboards with glazed doors, a full height larder style storage unit and a tiled floor. Incorporated appliances include a oven, hob, extractor fan and dishwasher. The rear door leads to the garden. The ‘L-shaped’ sitting/dining room boasts a dual aspect and the central focal point is an attractive fireplace with a gas fire inset. Double doors open into a delightful conservatory with a tiled floor and overlooks the rear garden. Upstairs on the landing you’ll find a storage cupboard housing the boiler and stairs leading up to the loft. Both double bedrooms enjoy fitted wardrobes and the third bedroom benefits from under stairs storage. The bathroom is made up of a bath with a shower over, WC and a hand basin set in a vanity unit. The useful 25ft 7in loft has two velux skylights where views of the church spire can be seen.
The front of the property is denoted by a post and rail fence with a pedestrian gate leading to the front path with a lawned area with a mature rockery. To the side a gated entrance leads to the enclosed rear and side garden; designed around low maintenance and alfresco entertaining these grounds are laid with patio tiles and enjoys raised flower and shrub beds, a variety of trees and a shed. A door gives access to the single garage which has an electric up and over door in addition to a further parking in front.
• Three bedrooms
• L shaped Sitting/Dining Room
• 27′ 5″ Loft
• Enclosed Rear Garden
• NO ONWARD CHAIN
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. There is a Green shop at Holbrook Garage and at farm shop at Stancombe Beech Farm. The village hall and Bisley Sports Pavilion and playing field are home to many clubs and organisations.
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Postcode: GL6 7DB
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 D and EPC rating D
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