Conveniently located off the A46 on the fringes of North Woodchester village, lies this traditional detached Cotswold stone cottage. Set back from the Selsley Road and requiring updating makes this pretty period property a great opportunity for someone to create their own home. Accommodation is set over three levels commencing at the porch which is situated to the front of the residence. Opening up into a 21″1′ sitting room with exposed Cotswold stone fireplace and an exposed beam. From here a door leads to the staircase giving access to the first storey in addition to steps up to the dining room. This room is advantageously located off the fitted gallery kitchen. Off the dining room is a utility area housing the rear door and gives access to the cloakroom. On the first floor the main bedroom measuring 24’9″ sits at the front of the cottage and enjoy a dual aspect, fitted wardrobes and an ensuite shower room. Also on this level is a second double bedroom and a large family bathroom. A further staircase rises to the top level. A small landing houses doors to both sides making way for two vaulted attic bedrooms each with windows on the end gables.
At the front of the grounds, lies a mature garden with a variety of shrubs, trees and hedging in addition to a lawn and path which sweeps to one side of the cottage into the rear. To the other side of the cottage a gated and gravelled drive leads to a detached garage (with power and light) and a parking area. The rear garden, benefits from privacy due to a high hedge on one of the boundaries. It also has a further lawned area with a selection of shrubs, trees and a wooden shed. Tucked behind the garage is an extra piece of land where a shed currently resides.
• 24’9′ Main bedroom with ensuite
• Three further bedrooms
• Two reception rooms
• Utility & Cloakroom
• Detached garage
• Drive & parking
North Woodchester is a village centrally located between the towns of Stroud & Nailsworth with easily access off the A46. Set in an elevated position in the Woodchester Valley with Selsley Common sitting prominently above, this village and its thriving community enjoys amenities offered including a Primary School, two pubs, ‘The Old Fleece’ and ‘The Royal Oak’, in addition to a much-loved Post Office/shop and the Parish Church. Immediate country walks are close at hand over Selsley Common and the surrounding areas. Woodchester even has a privately owned vineyard selling wines commercially in the local vicinity. Stroud & Nailsworth provide a wider range of services. Schooling in the local area is superb as it offers great variety with Beaudesert Park Preparatory school on Minchinhampton Common, Wycliffe College at Stonehouse and two grammar schools at Stroud High School for Girls and Marling School for Boys. A mainline Intercity rail service to London (Paddington) is available from Stroud.
Postcode: GL5 5NN
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 E and EPC rating E
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