A beautifully renovated and restored Cotswold home, enjoying family accommodation and immense character whilst boasting the comforts of contemporary living, including underfloor heating throughout the ground and first floor. The front door opens to an enclosed entrance porch fitted with a bench, shelving, and coat hooks, this leads onto a surprisingly large reception hall where a limestone floor further adds to its charm and understairs cupboards offer yet further storage. A staircase rises to the first floor whilst doors open to the living space. Two reception rooms are positioned to the front of the property, both with stone mullion windows, feature fireplaces with wood burning stoves and a view across the front garden. A kitchen/dining room lies to the rear of the house with two windows and a back door overlooking and providing access to the enclosed rear garden. The kitchen is a beautiful room, a limestone floor follows through from the hallway, whilst traditional shaker style cabinets provide wall and base storage. A Belfast sink, oak worktops, double oven, hob, built in dishwasher and fridge further add to the rooms appeal. Contemporary pendants lights inject a modern twist to the rooms aesthetic. A step up leads to a utility/cloakroom with space for a washing machine. The first floor enjoys a pretty landing that is both generous in size and rich in character, many period features have been retained including a pretty fireplace with feature lighting. Two bedrooms lie to the front of the house both with stone mullion windows, one with a vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and a period fireplace. These are served by a stylish bathroom offering a contemporary spin on a traditional style with a free standing bath, shower cubicle and sink with vanity unit under. The main bedroom offers the wow factor not only enjoying an en-suite shower room but the luxury of a dressing room also. A further bedroom with adjoining landing/study area is positioned on the second floor.
A gravel driveway leads to a detached garage, both of which offer parking for several vehicles. A gate from the driveway provides access to the enclosed and landscaped rear garden. Divided across two level terraces, the upper terrace has been laid to lawn whilst the lower terrace has been paved using Indian sandstone, offering the perfect sheltered spot for alfresco dining. An attached Cotswold outbuilding with light and power offers incredibly useful storage and room for a large fridge/freezer and tumble drier if required. A pathway to the side of the property offers access to the front garden. Laid to lawn with a mature Beech tree providing an attractive back drop, the front garden offers room for children’s play equipment and a blank canvass for the keen gardener. A pathway from the pedestrian gate leads to the front door. Bounded by a combination of Cotswold stone walling and natural hedging a further paved terrace offers another pretty spot for outside dining. Agents notes: ‘Sparrows’ the neighbouring property benefits from an historic right of way over a small section of driveway leading to their garage.
• Porch Opening to Reception Hall
• Sitting Room
• Living Room
• Kitchen/Dining Room
• Main Bedroom with Dressing Room & Ensuite
• A Further 2 Bedrooms
• Family Bathroom
• Study area
• Front & Rear Gardens, Parking, Garage & Outbuilding
Positioned between the centres of Stroud and Cirencester, known for its winding lanes and quaint corners studded with Cotswold stone homes, with an abundance of beautiful walks on the doorstep. Facilities include the ‘Old Neighbourhood’ pub, three nearby churches and Chalford Hill Primary School. Encircled by pretty Cotswold countryside, Chalford and adjoining villages offer a variety of amenities, including a community run shop, Eastcombe and Bussage Primary School’s, Thomas Keble Secondary School and Puddleducks Pre-school. Tesco Metro and Frithwood Doctors Surgery are located just 0.9 miles away, whilst Eastcombe stores positioned 1.1 miles away offers a variety of produce. Stroud and Cirencester offer further amenities including independent, state and grammar schools. Scenic routes radiate to Cheltenham and Gloucester, mainline railway stations at Stroud (4.9 miles) and Kemble (9.5 miles) provide a direct line to London Paddington.
Postcode: GL6 8EN
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. Council Tax Band D and EPC rating D
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