Occupying a very special setting in the village of Box, backing onto a neighbouring field with far-reaching elevated views to the front. Constructed in 1992 from traditional Cotswold stone, the property provides comprehensive family accommodation yet offers great scope for improvement and enlargement subject to the relevant permissions. Accommodation is positioned predominantly across two floors with an unconverted attic offering huge potential for further development. The main entrance opens to an entrance hall from which stairs rise to the first floor and doors open to the living space. The sitting room enjoys a double aspect outlook with views of the garden to rear and elevated views across the village roof-tops to the front. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units, integral double oven and hob with extractor over and integral fridge. With room for dining the room similarly boasts a double aspect outlook. An adjoining utility room with plumbing for a washing machine provides side access to the garden. A cloakroom is also positioned on this level.
Three bedrooms are located on the first floor with two enjoying wonderful elevated views and the third of the garden and neighbouring field beyond. The master bedroom with built in wardrobe is served by an ensuite shower room. A family bathroom serves the remaining bedrooms. From bedroom three a pull down ladder leads to a large unconverted attic space, offering an exciting development opportunity. Set back from the lane behind a low level wall, double gates open to a block paved driveway and detached single garage providing parking for multiple vehicles.
Gardens surround the house with the majority extending to the front and rear of the property. Currently landscaped for ease of maintenance, the rear garden has been divided into two terraces with a paved seating area directly adjoining the property. The two terraces boast the most magnificent views across the valley
- Entrance Hall
- Sitting Room
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- 3 Bedrooms
- Ensuite Shower Room
- Family Bathroom
- Garage and Parking
- Garden and Views
Box is a small and sought village on the edge of Minchinhampton Common. It is much prized for its peaceful atmosphere and sense of community. It has excellent accessibility to the shops, cafés and facilities of both Minchinhampton and the larger Nailsworth. Cirencester and Stroud, with its award winning twice weekly Farmers Market, are within easy reach and offer a wide variety of shops including Waitrose Supermarket. Many of the local families enjoy excellent schooling; with Minchinhampton and
Amberley Primary Schools being popular choices as well as Stroud High and Marling Grammar Schools offering secondary education in nearby Stroud. There are also excellent travel links with Stroud and Kemble railway stations offering high-speed trains to London Paddington.
From Stroud take the A419 in the direction of Cirencester. Continue past the BP Garage and upon reaching the traffic lights turn right onto Butterrow Hill. Climb the hill and continue onto Rodborough common passing The Bear of Rodborough Hotel. Continue to the cross roads in the middle of the common known as Tom Longs Post. Turn right, follow the road until reaching the Halfway House, turn left (not back on yourself) and drive into the village of Box, remain on the top road and continue through the village. Locate Pippins near the end of the lane on your left hand side.
Postcode: GL6 9HB
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Whitaker Seager.
Fixtures and Fitting: Some mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale.
Local Authorities: All others are specifically excluded but may be made available by separate negotiation. Stroud District Council. Council Tax Band F and EPC rating C
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