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A contemporary single storey property in a sought-after village setting that is believed to have been built around 1960 and now offers scope for extensive renovation or redevelopment (Subject to Planning Permission).
Occupying a generous 0.6 acre Southerly aspect plot with delightful views across the valley, the present property offers a large reception room with stone fireplace and oak flooring and a kitchen with serving bar on the upper level with steps leading down to three bedrooms, a bathroom and separate WC. Attached to the main house via a glazed atrium is an annexe currently comprising a sitting room, a kitchen and an en suite bedroom. Both properties have independent access and shared drainage, water and power facilities. The existing property is now in need of complete renovation.
Sheepscombe is a delightful Cotswold village approximately 2 miles from Painswick nestling in an enchanting valley and sheltered by mature woodlands. Currently comprising several hamlets, the village boasts a fine public house in The Butchers Arms which has an excellent reputation for its food and ambiance whilst the primary school, church, village hall and cricket club all provide a hub for many groups, events and activities.
Nearby Painswick, the “Queen of the Cotswolds”, is a thriving community offering a playgroup and primary school with recreational opportunities including tennis, rugby and bowls clubs with many other groups meeting at the Painswick Centre. The village has a general store, tea shops, restaurants, 2 public houses, galleries and weekly country markets in the Town Hall in addition to a dentists, doctors and pharmacy. The churchyard is famous for its impressive array of table tombs and its 99 yew trees about which folklore holds that if a 100th should grow the devil will pull it out.
Sheepscombe is around 5 miles from Stroud with Gloucester, Cheltenham and Cirencester 8, 10 and 13 miles respectively all of which are accessed via the nearby A46 or A417. The surrounding towns provide a comprehensive range of social, recreational and retail amenities to suit all tastes. Education options in the local area are strong in both the private and state sectors with independent schools including Kings School, Wycliffe College, Cheltenham College, Cheltenham Ladies College and Dean Close whilst there are Grammar schools in Stroud, Gloucester and Cheltenham.
0.608 Acre Plot
In Need of Restoration or Redevelopment
Southerly Aspect Plot
Currently Comprised of 3 Bed Dwelling and 1 Bed Attached Annexe
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