A picture postcard Cotswold home set in the highly desirable village of Oakridge Lynch, boasting vibrant gardens and grounds measuring 0.91 of an acre, including a small area of woodland. Constructed in traditional Cotswold stone, the original cottage has been extended in more recent history to now provide family accommodation with a sociable kitchen/dining room forming the central hub to the house. Accommodation is positioned across two floors with the majority of rooms enjoying a pretty outlook across the garden. The main entrance opens to an inner hallway, where the old staircase rises to the main bedroom suite and doors radiate to the living space. The sitting room is located in the original part of the house, stone mullion windows provide a double aspect outlook, whilst a fireplace with woodburner inset makes this an exceptionally cosy room, ideal for the autumn/winter months, a door opens to the garden. Window shutters and an exposed beam further enhance the rooms immense charm. The wonderful family kitchen forms an inviting and sociable hub to the house, providing room for dining and a small sofa if desired. A large window allows for year-round enjoyment of the pretty Cotswold setting. Oak flooring runs throughout the kitchen and a range is used for cooking. French doors open to the garden, a modern staircase rises to a further two bedrooms and double doors open to the living room. The living room is a fantastic room, similarly boasting a double aspect outlook and with a further woodburning stove providing a feature to the room. A useful utility is also located on this floor.
The main bedroom suite is accessed using the original staircase to the property, the bedroom is well proportioned boasting a window to both the front and side elevation and exposed A frame beams, this is served by an ensuite bathroom. A second staircase offers access to the modern extension where a further two bedrooms are positioned. As with the main bedrooms these are both well proportioned with one also enjoying a door to the outside. These two rooms are served by a family bathroom.
Set in 0.91 of an acre, boasting a south-westerly aspect, this pretty period home enjoys a stunning Cotswold setting, overlooking its own mature grounds with views to the village and surrounding countryside that become more extensive in the winter months. The cottage is approached via a gravel driveway that drops down to the cottage and provides parking for several vehicles. A large timber shed offers great outside storage. A pathway from the driveway meanders to the front of the cottage. The grounds have been beautifully landscaped over the years to offer great privacy, excellent opportunity for children to play and plenty for the keen gardener to get their teeth stuck into. Extensive flower borders are peppered throughout the garden and are currently a riot of colour. Areas of lawn, including a particularly large expanse of lawn bordering a neighbouring paddock offer the perfect environment for young children to play. Other features include a pond, enclosed vegetable garden with raised beds and a greenhouse as well as several areas for alfresco dining. An area of woodland lies to the south-western boundary. A further two timber outbuildings, one with an attached shelter offer additional outside storage.
In February 2016 planning permission was permitted for the erection of guest house cabin in the garden (S.15/2784/FUL) this has since lapsed
• Extensive Gardens with an Area of Woodland
• Driveway Total plot measures: 0.91 acres
• Sitting Room
• Living Room
• Family Kitchen/ Dining Room
• Main Bedroom with Ensuite
• A Further 2 Bedrooms
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 7NY.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Whitaker Seager.
Fixtures and Fittings: Some mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. All others are specifically excluded but may be made available by separate negotiation.
Local Authorities: Stroud District Council. Council Tax Band D and EPC rating TBC.
Please note: in rural locations the map may not be 100% accurate
Arrange a viewing
To arrange a viewing of this property please give us a call or send us an email.
Alternatively send us your details using the form below and we'll be in touch to arrange a viewing.