Located in the sought after village of Painswick, renowned for its quintessential architecture and proximity to the Cotswold Way, lies this cosy semi-detached home. Built in traditional stone, the property dates back to 1936 and enjoys great charm. During their tenure, the current owners have renovated and upgraded the accommodation to now provide a unique period home, offering ideal accommodation for a lock up and leave property, with ease of access to the array of local amenities. Unlike many homes within Painswick, the house enjoys fantastic gated parking as well as a pretty and low maintenance courtyard garden. A part glazed entrance porch provides the main approach into the house and offers invaluable hanging space/storage. This then opens into a sociable kitchen/dining room. With a double aspect outlook, including a large stone mullion window to the front elevation, the room provides excellent opportunity for entertaining. The kitchen has been fitted with both wall and base, shaker style cabinets whilst a breakfast bar offers further seating and storage. Other features include granite worktops and an integral oven and hob, there is space for a fridge/freezer. A walkway with integral Oak shelving leads through to the sitting room, whilst a glazed door opens to the inner hall. The Sitting Room is equally charming, being laid with oak flooring and enjoying a double aspect outlook. French doors open to the enclosed courtyard. A useful utility room and downstairs cloakroom are also located on this level. From the hall a stylish Oak and glass staircase rises to the first floor, where a pretty landing area with more built in shelving offers the ideal spot to sit down and enjoy a good book. From here doors open to two double bedrooms and a large contemporary shower room. Please note that this property is subject to a section 157 – the property can only be sold to buyer who have lived or worked in the area for 3 years. Please request further information
An enclosed paved courtyard extends to the side of the house with lockable gated access leading to the front garden. The courtyard offers great opportunity to get busy planting pots. A gated tarmac and gravel driveway extends to the front of the property and offers excellent parking for two cars, usually a rarity in Painswick. Raised beds planted with a variety of plants trees and shrubs are a riot of colour and as demonstrated by the current owners, the front garden also offers room to sit and enjoy the garden. Please note that the neighbouring property has pedestrian and vehicular access over the tarmac driveway, for ingress and egress only not parking. The property is within easy walking distance of the village centre and is at the start of many lovely walks. IMPORTANT AGENT’S NOTE: Section 157 of the Housing Act 1985, as amended, restricts the transfer or letting of properties sold under Right to Buy in this Council’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to those persons who fulfil certain criteria. Consent to the transfer or letting will be given by the Head of Property Services where one of the following criteria is met by at least one of the proposed purchaser(s). The criteria are; 1. Having lived or worked in Gloucestershire for the three years up to the application for consent, or 2. Having previously lived in Gloucestershire for at least three years, or 3. Being a member of the armed forces and having previously lived in Gloucestershire for at least two years.
• Entrance Porch
• Kitchen/Dining Room
• Sitting Room
• Utility & Cloakroom
• 2 Bedrooms with quality built in wardrobes
• Contemporary Shower Room
• Side Courtyard
• Front Garden
• Gated Parking
• Close to Amenities
Known as ‘The Queen of the Cotswolds’ Painswick is an exceedingly popular Gloucestershire village, known for its picturesque church and grounds and idyllic streets studded with Cotswold houses and cottages. Facilities include a primary school, boutique hotel, restaurant, two public houses, a variety of shops, a medical centre and a popular golf course. A plethora of country walks are located right on your doorstep including the Cotswold Way and Painswick Beacon. Neighbouring Stroud has recently been named as ‘The Best Place to Live in the UK’ by The Sunday Times and provides an award winning weekly farmers market as well as several supermarkets including Waitrose. Nearby Cheltenham Spa, famed for its Regency architecture and Racecourse is located just 10.4 miles away. A mainline railway station at Stroud provides a direct line to London Paddington within 90 minutes.
Postcode: GL6 6QY
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. Council Tax Band B and EPC rating F
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