If you are looking for an individual detached family home positioned on the edge of a Cotswold village then this property will be of interest to you. It sits in a no-through country lane enjoying wonderful views from the front aspect across a paddock towards the village and the church spire. You enter the accommodation via an extended hallway with the staircase elevating to the first floor and access into the utility room which houses a WC and the boiler. The sitting room with a door to side and window to rear has a central focal point of a tiled fireplace with gas ‘stove style’ fire. The dining room is home to the airing cupboard and has the pleasure of the extraordinary open view of the village. A doorway opens into the fitted kitchen which benefits from wall and base units, drawers and incorporates a built in double oven, hob, washing machine, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. A rear door opens onto the patio. On the first floor the bedrooms and family bathroom are found. The main bedroom benefits from an ensuite shower room with two out of the three further bedrooms facing the front and take delight in the village vista. The extra large family bathroom measuring 15′ 10″ is fitted with a bath, separate shower cubicle, pedestal hand basin and a low level WC. This much loved home requires some updating however it offers the potential to extend (subject to p/p)
AGENT’S NOTES: This house is not registered with land registry. The neighbours have p/p to construct a bungalow behind their property, for more details please look at Stroud district council’s website, quoting reference: S.18/2459/FUL. Access to the property is over a neighbour’s drive.
The grounds are an important asset to this property. To the front, on one side, there is as drive leading to the detached double garage with parking area and to the other side is an open plan lawn with flowers beds and access to both sides of the property. The majority of the gardens are mainly enclosed by hedging and run to the side of the house but there is a section which wraps around to the rear too. A patio lies directly outside the kitchen and sitting room with steps down to the lawn. A hedge divides the garden into two separate sections with a pedestrian gate giving access between the two. The second ‘secret’ garden has a further lawn which historically was the kitchen garden, a wildlife pond and secondary patio.
• 12′ Extended Hall
• Sitting Room
• Dining Room into
• Main Bedroom with Ensuite
• Three Further Bedrooms
• 15′ 10″ Bathroom
• Double Garage
• Landscaped Gardens
Bisley is a stunning quintessential Cotswold village lying approximately 4.4 miles east of Stroud. This beautiful village and it’s surroundings area are noted for the wealth of its Cotswold stone houses of architectural and historic interest. It’s a thriving village offering two churches, two public houses, a primary school. and village shop with post office. The King George V playing fields and Bisley play group are both within walking distance of Wild Acre. There is a Green shop at Holbrook Garage and at farm shop at Stancombe Beech Farm. The village hall and Bisley Sports Pavilion are home to many clubs and organisations.
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Postcode: GL6 7BP
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: . Council Tax Band F and EPC rating F
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