A detached Cotswold stone period home, tucked away in a pretty Cotswold village setting with beautiful wooded views across the valley. Having been under the same ownership for many years, Woodlands offers an exciting opportunity for the next lucky owner to create their forever home. Sat within 0.4 acres this period house has plenty of space for enlargement as well as modernisation, subject to the relevant consents. This handsome village residence enjoys well proportioned accommodation which includes a formal sitting room with open stone fireplace, family room and second large reception room lending itself to use as a formal dining room. A large timber conservatory, in need of attention, further compliments the living space. All three rooms open to the front garden with sitting room, dining room and family room boasting an open aspect across the valley. Positioned to the rear of the property is kitchen/breakfast room with gas Aga, a step up leads to the boiler room. Adjoining the kitchen is the utility room which requires work. Stairs rise from the sitting room to the first floor, where three double bedrooms and a large family bathroom are positioned. Two of these bedrooms are located to the front of the house, thus enjoying an impressive open vista. A further staircase from the landing rises to the second floor where an additional two attic bedrooms can be found.
Set in total plot of 0.4 of an acre. A pillared gated entrance opens to a large driveway and detached Cotswold stone double garage. The grounds in the majority extend to the side of the property and are bounded by a combination of fencing, hedging and an attractive Cotswold stone wall. A pedestrian gate opens onto the Bussage Hill. A paved terrace extends to the front of the house, beneath which extends a further terrace, currently planted with laurel hedging. An area of lawn with a mature rose bush rises to the side of the property and provides access to a very useful Cotswold stone outbuilding with light and power. Subject to some attention, this offers great scope as a versatile workspace. As with house, the garden is a blank canvas providing great opportunity for children as well as the keen gardener.
• Sitting room
• Dining room
• Family room
• Kitchen/breakfast room with adjoining boiler room and utility
• 5 bedrooms
• Family bathroom
• Cotswold stone outbuiling
• Pillared gated driveway leading to detached double garage
• Gardens and grounds – 0.4 of an acre
Located in the old village of Bussage which has a range of amenities including Tesco supermarket, Frithwood Doctor’s Surgery, Boots Pharmacy and a Chinese Takeaway. Nearby Stroud offers more extensive facilities including four supermarkets, independent high street shops, bars, restaurants and a weekly farmers market. Neighbouring villages provide further public houses, shops and cafes. Stroud has two grammar schools, whilst Thomas Keble Secondary school is also a popular local choice. Bussage benefits from its own Primary School as do the neighbouring villages. A choice of independent schools are also nearby such as Beaudesert Park School in Minchinhampton and Wycliffe College in Stonehouse. Mainline Railway services run direct to London Paddington from both Stroud and Kemble stations.
Postcode: GL6 8BB
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 G and EPC rating E
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