With far reaching views across the Golden Valley, this handsome Victorian semi-detached property proudly sits adjacent to an open field and enjoys a southerly aspect. From the drive, steps lead down to the side of the house, with direct access into the kitchen/dining room, a further entrance is via the front door which opens into a welcoming reception/study area with lovely wooden floorboards. From here, the sitting room entrance is found, with double doors leading into the kitchen/dining room and the staircase to the first floor. The charming sitting room boasts period features such as exposed wooden floorboards, cornicing and ceiling rose, with an impressive fireplace housing a wood burning stove. The spacious farmhouse style kitchen/dining room with quarry tiled floor, has two options for dining with a large walk-in storage cupboard. Open plan shelving and whitewashed brick create a rustic feel, complemented with wooden worktops. An electric five ring Cookmaster range and integral dishwasher are included within the sale. Upstairs doors lead off from a small landing to two double bedrooms, both with exposed floorboards and enjoying views across the valley and surrounding countryside. A further door leads to the bathroom boasting an attractive tiled floor and enjoying a side view over the adjoining field. Narrow stairs lead on up to two loft rooms where there is some restricted head height. The property is warmed with a bio-mass fuel central heating system.
The gardens offer scope to create your own design; whether that be children’s play areas, fruit and veggie patches or smart landscaped space for entertaining/relaxing. Outside the front of the house is a lawned area where the owners enjoy the vista over the neighbouring field and valley. A gravel path leads to the greenhouse, beyond which is another lawn and vegetable garden. A concrete path takes you even further still to fruit/vegetable beds, and below this an area of wild garden with fruit trees and chicken run. To the bottom is an outbuilding, behind which lies the property boundary. A pretty red brick wall follows the gardens from top to bottom, bordering the field next door. On Bourne Lane, there is a concrete hard standing for two small cars, and a detached garage.
• Reception area/study
• Sitting Room
• Kitchen/dining Room
• Two Double Bedrooms
• Loft Rooms
• Parking For Two Small Cars
• Sloping Gardens In Plot Length of 200ft
• Adjoining An Open Field With Valley Views
Located in an elevated valley position in the village of Brimscombe, this property enjoys views across the Golden Valley. Abundant countryside walks are found from the doorstep. Local amenities such as a post office and general store can be found at Brimscombe Corner, which sits on the edge of the historic Brimscombe Port once an important centre during the Industrial Revolution due to the canal system and currently undergoing an exciting programme of regeneration. The A419 travels along the basin of the valley and connects Stroud with Cirencester. Both these centres have a wide selection of shops, supermarkets, farmer’s markets, educational and recreational facilities. London (Paddington) commuters will appreciate the proximity of Intercity train services available at both Stroud and Kemble.
Postcode: GL5 2RQ
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.
Fixtures and Fittings: Stroud District Council. Council Tax Band C and EPC rating F
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