Backing onto fields with a delightful open outlook, lies this superb Cotswold stone detached house. This striking individual home is set back from the village lane behind a gated entrance. The well proportioned accommodation can be enjoyed across three levels which offers a family great versatility. Even though this property was built in the 1970’s, it boasts character features similar of a period home including stone mullion windows in addition to fashionable facilities comparable to a 21st century property. You enter via a open porch into a welcoming reception hall with a splendid staircase and cloakroom. The 29’7″ drawing room is a magnificent room with a spectacular Cotswold stone inglenook fireplace with contemporary wood burner and french doors opening onto the rear terrace. From here it’s open plan into the dining room. To the rear of this room and the kitchen is a fantastic glazed extension overlooking the rear aspect. The dining room is partially open at waist height into the kitchen creating a very sociable area. The kitchen has been fitted with base and wall units incorporating two Bosch ovens, Neff hob and extractor, and built in dishwasher. The utility is located just behind the Kitchen. On the first floor you find the 22’10″principal bedroom with ensuite bathroom, guest bedroom with separate access into the family bathroom and a further bedroom which is utilized as a home office. On the next level there are two further bedrooms and a shower room.
A Cotswold stone wall with open onto the gravelled drive which leads to the detached double garage. To the right of the drive is a natural area with pond designed to encourage and support wildlife. The majority of the garden is lawned with a variety of trees and shrubs along with a corner patio and a couple of beds filled with ornamental grasses. Access to the rear can be found on either side of the house. To the rear there is a substantial decked area perfect for secluded al fresco dining and a further lawned are with raised pond. The outlook from the rear is across the field towards the valley beyond. The green house can be purchased under separate negotiations
• Reception hall & Cloakroom
• 29′ 7″ Drawing Room
• Dining Room open into
• 22’10” Main Bedroom with Ensuite
• Further Four Bedrooms
• Bathroom & Shower Room
• Gated Drive
• Double Garage
• Front and Rear Garden
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 vast 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.
Postcode: GL6 7NR
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 G and EPC rating E
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