A detached single storey dwelling, occupying a pretty elevated setting, on the edge of this popular Cotswold village. The property enjoys bright and well presented family accommodation that has been thoughtfully designed to take advantage of the open and elevated aspect. A large picture window and bi-fold doors ensure that the living space is flooded with light. The property enjoys two entrance points, the main door opening into a reception hall with oak flooring and a side access leading directly off the driveway into the utility/boot room. The living space is positioned to the front of house, affording stunning far reaching views and a easterly aspect. The sociable family kitchen is particularly impressive, spanning the depth of the house with a contemporary kitchen to one end and dining/living area to the the other. The kitchen has been fitted with sleek high gloss units and boasts an integral oven, hob, extractor hood, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Here a window looks to the rear elevation. The opposite end provides plentiful space for living and dining with a window to the side elevation and bi-fold doors opening to the raised decked terrace, allowing for the outside to become an extension of the living space in warmer months. The kitchen area is laid with a tile effect flooring with the dining/living room enjoying oak flooring. Adjoining the kitchen is a utility/boot room providing essential space for everyday family life. As with the family kitchen the sitting room is exceedingly bright, oak flooring flows through the room to the adjoining study, whilst a pretty fireplace with stone surround and woodburning stove inset forms a fabulous focal point to the room. Bedroom accommodation is located to the opposite end of the property. The main bedroom suite is located to the front, boasting two windows as well as plentiful built in storage. This is served by a ensuite shower room. A further two bedrooms have use of a contemporary family bathroom.
Set in total plot of 0.28 acres (including the driveway). Grounds extend to the front, side and rear of the property. The private driveway serves three properties with Parklands owning the section immediately adjoining the bungalow (please see title plan). Parking is found opposite on an area of hard standing. A terraced and planted garden extends to the front, through which steps with outside lighting provide access to the main door. A raised decked terrace immediately adjoins the kitchen and offers the ideal spot for alfresco dining whilst taking on the open aspect, this is also lit with outside lighting. A further driveway extends to the side of the property and leads to a detached studio. Laid with oak flooring and electric underfloor heating the building is perfect for anyone working from home. Access to the rear garden is located to either side of the property. Steps up lead to the sloping garden which has been laid to lawn. Planted with a variety of shrubs trees and flower borders the garden offers a blank canvass for the keen gardener. Elevated views above the bungalows roof become further reaching as you approach the top of the garden.
• Entrance Hall
• Sitting Room
• Kitchen/Dining/Family Room
• Utility/Boot Room
• Study/Occasional Bedroom 4
• Main Bedroom with Ensuite Shower Room
• A Further 2 bedrooms
• Family Bathroom
• Gardens, Parking and Views
• Home Office/Studio
Randwick is a pretty Cotswold village, positioned in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the edge of the Cotswold Escarpment enjoying the most wonderful panoramic views across the Stroud valleys. Facilities within the village include a Church of England primary school (rated Outstanding by Ofsted in 2014), The Vine Tree public house, a thriving village hall and church. More extensive shopping opportunities, further educational options (including Stroud High and Marling Grammar schools) and leisure facilities can be found in nearby Stroud, including a main line railway station providing a direct line to London (Paddington) within 90 minutes. The nearest motorway junction is J13 of the M5. Neighbouring Randwick Woods is popular with dog walkers and cyclists. Whilst the village itself is known locally for its folk traditions such as the Randwick Wap, a celebration of May Day.
Postcode: GL6 6HH
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Whitaker Seager.
Fixtures and Fitings: 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 E and EPC rating D
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