An impressive Cotswold stone property, originally three houses, was converted by the Nation family into their local stain glass workshops. This well-presented fashionable terraced home displays many stunning character features such as stone mullion windows, window seats, exposed beams plus several beautiful examples of stained-glass windows and panels. The residence fulfils expectations immediately you step up through the open porch into the inner hall with the main entrance hall sitting directly behind. A vaulted inner hall area, home to the cloakroom and staircase, hugely benefits from the natural light coming from stained glazed French doors. Facing the front, lies the two main reception rooms; one with a concealed doorway leading down to the secret cellar/studio room, in addition to some display cabinets believed to have been added by the same family. The other room boasts a magnificent inglenook fireplace with bread oven and a fascinating period range. During the current seller’s ownership, they have greatly enhanced the accommodation by installing a new kitchen and new shower room with underfloor heating, a new Garden Room and wooden floors. The kitchen/ breakfast room with its Aga and pantry sets the scene as the central hub of family life, enjoying access into the Garden Room with bi-fold doors opening out onto the private walled garden. On the first floor, the character and wellproportioned rooms continues with two bedrooms offering ensuite facilities, two further double bedrooms facing the front with a fifth bedroom in the attic. These bedrooms are served by the family shower room.
A precious amenity is the 21’ 9” integral garage benefiting from an electric door to front and a personal door leading into the garden. The rear walled garden is delightful; the architecture is in place to create whatever your family requires whether that’s an area for a trampoline or a private spot to enjoy al-fresco entertaining. It’s mainly laid to lawn with a variety of trees including a magnolia, cherry and lilac trees in addition to a water feature and period shed, formally the old privy.
- Integral Garage
- Enclosed Walled Garden
- Entrance Hall
- Two Principal Reception Rooms
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Pantry
- Garden Room
- Main bedroom with Ensuite
- Guest Bedroom with Ensuite
- Three further Bedrooms
- Family Shower Room
Bisley is a stunning quintessential Cotswold village lying east of Stroud. This beautiful village and its 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. The King George V playing fields and Bisley play group are both within walking distance of the centre of the village. There is also a ‘Green shop’ at Holbrook Garage and a farm shop at Stancombe Beech Farm. The village hall and Bisley Sports Pavilion are home to many clubs and organisations. A variety of educational options including state, grammar and independent schooling, in addition to further educational alternatives can be found in Stroud, Cheltenham and Gloucester. London (Paddington) can be reached by rail from Stroud train station within 90 minutes.
Postcode: GL6 7BB.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Whitaker Seager.
Fixtures and Fittings: Some mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. All others are specifically excluded but may be made available by separate negotiation.
Local Authorities: Stroud District Council. Council Tax Band G.
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