512 Beech Lane

Guide price £695,000


512 beech lane, brownshill, stroud, gl6 8aj

set in 0.28 acres of beautiful gardens, lies this detached family home.

The Property

Occupying a much coveted Cotswold position, set within 0.28 acres of mature grounds lies this detached home. The property enjoys bright family accommodation with the living space connecting well to the mature garden. Approached through an enclosed courtyard the main door opens to spacious reception hall where built in cupboards provide plentiful storage for coats and shoes, from here access is gained to the living space and stairs rise to the first floor. The contemporary family kitchen with room for dining has been fitted with high gloss units and provides a beautiful range cooker. A window looks to the front elevation whilst bi-fold doors provide access to the garden enabling the garden to become and extension of the living space in the warmer weather. This bright and well proportioned room is complimented by an impressive sitting room, with a modern woodburning stove and oak flooring. Patio doors with full length glazing ensure the room is flooded with light and as with the kitchen allows for year round enjoyment of the garden. From the hallway a door way leads to useful utility/boot room and laundry room, adjoining which is fantastic studio/study. The current owner uses this as occasional bedroom when required. This is served by a modern downstairs shower room. Three bedrooms are positioned on the second floor, all considered double in size with two being particularly generous. Bedrooms one and two boast a wonderful outlook across the garden and to the surrounding countryside beyond . All three bedrooms are served by a modern family bathroom with built in storage.


Set in 0.28 acres the gardens and grounds are a fantastic asset to the wonderful family home. Approached through an enclosed courtyard with raised flower beds, a timber shed provides outside storage. A pathway leads from the front garden to the rear, passing through the side garden where a greenhouse is positioned. A gravel and paved seating terrace immediately adjoins the living space, beyond which lies a lawn and pond with water feature. Steps down lead through various sections of garden, where a series of flower beds are maturely planted to offer great interest and colour. Raised beds offer opportunity for those wishing to grow their own veg. There is plentiful room to keep chickens (as does the current owner). As you progress through the garden the area become more wild, where mature trees offer a haven for wildlife. A gate at the bottom of the plot provides access onto the lane. Subject to the relevant permission a driveway/parking could be created at the bottom of the garden. The current owner parks one small car immediately outside her front gate, although this land does not form part of the property title.

• Reception Hall
• Sitting Room
• Kitchen/Dining Room
• Utility/Boot Room & Laundry Room
• Studio/Study
• Downstairs Shower Room
• 3 Bedrooms
• Family Bathroom
• Extensive Gardens

Guide price


Within easy reach:
Stroud - 5 miles
Cirencester - 9.9 miles
Cheltenham - 14.7 miles
Gloucester - 16.4 miles
Bristol - 36.3 miles
Bath - 30.7 miles


Brownshill is a hamlet falling within the Parish of Chalford and lies between the villages of Chalford and Bussage. Encircled by rolling Cotswold countryside, the neighbouring vicinity offers a pre-school nursery, several primary schools, Parish Church and a variety of pubs. Frith Wood is a local nature reserve with paths leading through an ancient forest to the local Tesco Metro, Boots pharmacy and Frithwood Doctors surgery. Bussage Playing Field is at the end of Beech Lane. Thomas Keble School is the nearest state secondary school found in Eastcombe village, whilst nearby Stroud High and Marling Grammar schools are also popular choices. Independent schools in the region include Wycliffe College in Stonehouse and Beaudesert Park school on Minchinhampton common. Scenic routes lead through Cotswold countryside to the major centres of Cheltenham, Gloucester, Cirencester and Stroud. Main line railway services run from Stroud and Kemble Railway providing direct links with London (Paddington) in under 90 minutes. The A419 in the valley below links the towns of Stroud and Cirencester where more comprehensive facilities are found. West of Stroud there is a junction of the M5, and south of Swindon the M4 is accessible.


Useful Information

Tenure: Freehold
Postcode: GL6 8AJ
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 F and EPC rating D

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