Tucked down a tranquil country lane, on the edge of the village you will locate this goodsized detached family home. Built as a bungalow in the 1950’s, this property has undergone an extensive programme of expansion, conversions and improvements with further potential to convert the present garage into an annexe in addition to adding a new double garage. Planning reference S.19/2401/HHOLD. As shown in the floor plan the layout offers enormous flexibility as it is. There is a suite on the ground floor, that is fully disabled compliant. It is perfect for a parent or adult child and consists of it’s own entrance, sitting room with patio, double bedroom and ensuite bathroom. On the other side of the impressive reception hall lies a further bedroom with an ensuite bathroom. Another double bedroom is located on the ground floor and is served via a shower room. The drawing room is a delightful ‘L shaped’ room benefitting from patio doors out onto the garden and a feature brick wall housing an ‘Jotul’ wood burner which becomes the main focal point in the winter. The 23ft dining room enjoys a door out onto a spacious balcony and an opening directly into the fitted kitchen. Up an impressive staircase and galleried landing lies the first floor. Here three bedrooms and a shower room are located. One of the bedrooms is utilized as a study. Please ask to see the various ‘secret cubby holes’.
Either side of the entrance sits a curved Cotswold stone wall leading to the sweeping drive. The gravelled drive offers parking for numerous amounts of vehicles and passage to the double garage with workshop and store. The majority of the grounds are laid to lawn with a pond, mature planting, a variety of shrubs and trees, a small patio in front of the sitting room and a superb balcony off the dining room. A real sun trap! The views from this whole site are breath-taking as it backs onto private pastureland, across the valley towards Frampton Mansell on the other side. Location, location, location.
• Six Bedrooms
• Two ensuite Bathrooms
• Two Shower Rooms
• ‘L shaped’ Drawing Room
• Kitchen opening into Dining Room
• Sitting Room
• Total plot 0.53 acres
• Drive & Parking
• Double Garage with p/p
The popular Cotswold village of Oakridge Lynch is located in an elevated position between Cirencester and Stroud and is made up of five rural hamlets. This thriving community enjoys the benefits of St Bartholomew’s Church, Oakridge Parochial primary school, a village shop with post office, the Butcher’s Arms public house, a village hall, cricket club and a variety of clubs and associations. The area offers excellent educational opportunities with grammar schools for boys and girls being available in Gloucester, Stroud and Cheltenham. Secondary schools are found in nearby Eastcombe village, Stroud and Cirencester. Kemble Railway Station offers direct lines to London (Paddington) in 1hr 10mins. Gigaclear pure fibre broadband available.
Postcode: GL6 7NU
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 E
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