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A deceptively spacious Cotswold cottage set within a cluster of similar properties on a level plot on the slopes of Butterow Hill. This home offers a wealth of period features and versatile accommodation within a rural setting. Numerous footpaths make both the town of Stroud and Rodborough Common accessible by foot. Internally there are exposed natural stone walls, wooden beams and floors and far-reaching valley views from all the principal rooms. Upon entering the property the porch has a wood block floor and there is a studio/fourth bedroom off the utility room along with a shower room. The kitchen is open plan as it leads into the dining room, with French doors and other windows in the end wall providing a magnificent south westerly rural view and access to the rear garden. The kitchen has a range of fitted units with both natural slate and wood block worktops, a Belfast sink, and as you might hope in this environment, a two-oven gas Aga. The cottage scene is completed by the sitting room with its wonderful working fire within a stone surround and is indeed a showcase of natural materials and with rural views. Upstairs comprises the family bathroom, 3 bedrooms with the master bedroom having stripped floorboards and all bedrooms enjoying 'that view'. A spacious landing provides an additional useful study area or perhaps the potential to enlarge the end bedroom. Property Ref: STR140249
The property is located along Butterrow Lane which lies below the slopes of Rodborough & Minchinhampton Commons. The area of Butterrow cascades down the hillside, its mixture of old and modern dwellings gaining a view over the fringe of Stroud to the wooded hillside opposite that climbs to Lypiatt. Stroud is the administrative and commercial centre of the district and provides many facilities. Roads radiate from Stroud to the larger urban centres of the county and region, travel being aided by the presence of the M5 west of Stonehouse & London (Paddington) train services passing through the town.
To the front of the property is a parking space for one vehicle. The rear garden extends to 127ft and is divided into a number of sections. There is a patio outside the dining room, a lawned area and high hedging to give privacy. However it is hard not to just stand still and marvel at the truly breathtaking view. Often a rarity in such a typical Cotswold setting, 4 The Piece also boasts a nearby double garage with parking for 2 cars in front.
Please note the final 30ft at the bottom of the garden is unregistered land. We are informed by our client it has been enjoyed and maintained by them, without challenge, for in excess of 15 years. They have been legally advised the title can be registered at the time of sale.
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