Set back from the village lane, this distinctive Cotswold stone detached modern residence benefits from easy level walking distance to both the shop and the pub. Enjoying countryside views to the front and at the rear over the neighbouring roof tops across to the hillside village of Frampton Mansell. Entry is via an open canopied porch into a good sized reception hall with doors leading off to the majority of the ground floor rooms. A point of interest is the delightful view of the rear garden seen straight through the hall and sitting room. The sitting room sits as the rear of the house and is a very pleasing room with a bay window and French doors opening out onto the rear garden in addition to the raised fireplace with wood burner. The 26’5″ kitchen/dining room is the main hub of the house and boasts a much loved ‘island’. There is an enormous amount of storage cupboards and drawers incorporating built in appliances such as an oven, gas hob, extractor, microwave oven, two fridges, freezer and a dishwasher. A door leads to the utility room housing the boiler and further storage. From here access to the integral garage with attic above is found. Engineered oak flooring is laid in the sitting room, hall and home office while the kitchen/dining room, utility and cloakroom enjoy tiled flooring. The surprisingly spacious landing houses the airing cupboard and access to the loft. The main bedroom as well as the guest bedroom benefits from ensuites and enjoy magnificent views across the valley. There are two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The house is warmed by oil fired central heating.
The grounds are a huge asset to the property. At the front there is a traditional Cotswold stone wall with a vehicular gate opening onto a gravelled drive with plenty of parking and access to the garage. To the side of the drive is a partially enclosed garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a beautiful lavender bed, hedging and a variety of immature trees. The rear boasts another enclosed garden also enjoying a lawn with a raised patio, raised veg beds and selection of shrubs and trees. A very useful pedestrian gate offers access to the pub, shop and public footpaths.
• Four Bedrooms
• Sitting Room
• Kitchen/Dining Room
• Two Ensuites
• Family Bathroom
• Garage & Parking
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.
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Postcode: GL6 7NZ
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 D
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