Occupying such a pretty Cotswold village setting, affording elevated rural views across neighbouring countryside lies this semidetached period home. Rich in character throughout features are in abundance and include, a large Cotswold stone fireplace, stone mullioned windows with window seats, exposed beams and a flagstone floor. Accommodation is positioned across three floors. The main entrance porch opens to a reception hall with flagstone floor, from here stairs rise to the first floor and a door opens to the kitchen/dining room. Boasting a double aspect outlook and French doors opening to the garden, the kitchen similarly enjoys a flagstone floor a range of base units and space for appliances. On the first floor a fantastic landing area lends itself to use as a study, exposed wooden floors extend from the landing through to the sitting room. The sitting room is a wonderful room being generous in size with a large stone fireplace forming an impressive focal point to the room. A mullion window overlooks the garden and view whilst a door opens to a pretty garden room with tiled floor. A family bathroom opening to a utility room is also positioned off the landing. A traditional staircase rises behind the fireplace and leads to the first floor where two bedrooms and a cloakroom are positioned. A thumb latch door opens to a further staircase which rises to the second floor and an attic bedroom.
Attractive gardens extend to the front and side of the property. Enjoying the most splendid views across neighbouring fields to the countryside beyond, the gardens are a great feature of this property. Laid to lawn and planted with a variety of plants trees and shrubs, the gardens afford great opportunity for the keen gardener. A Cotswold stone outbuilding, timber shed and log store all offer useful outside storage. Steps up from the main garden provide access to a further terrace with even further reaching views. The first floor garden room opens onto this section of the garden. Please note that the current owner has Possessory Title of this area and it is subject to restrictive covenants. The property is registered across two titles.
• Reception Hall
• Sitting Room
• Kitchen/Dining Room
• Garden Room
• Family Bathroom
• 3 Bedrooms
• Elevated Rural View
• Log Store And Cotswold Stone Store
France Lynch is a pretty Cotswold village located in the parish of Chalford and positioned between the nearby centres of Stroud and Cirencester, known for its winding lanes and quaint corners studded with Cotswold stone homes and cottages, with an abundance of beautiful walks on the doorstep. Facilities include the cosy ‘Kings Head’ Public House and St John the Baptist Church. Encircled by pretty Cotswold countryside, the adjoining villages offer a variety of amenities, including the highly regarded Chalford Hill Primary School, Thomas Keble Secondary School, Puddleducks Pre-school as well further public houses and a community run village shop. Tesco Metro and Frithwood Doctors Surgery are located in nearby Bussage. Stroud and Cirencester provide further amenities including independent, state and grammar schools. Scenic routes radiate to the centres of Cheltenham and Gloucester whilst main line railway stations at both Stroud and Kemble provide a direct line to London Paddington.
Postcode: GL6 8LZ
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 D and EPC rating E
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