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This superb detached property sits in an elevated setting within professionally landscaped grounds. The current owners have transformed the original modern house into a very special home paying much attention to detail. Not only has the house been imaginatively extended it has also been renovated to a beautiful finish. Particular points of interest are the oak framed porch extension with travertine tiled floor and under-floor heating. Steps lead up into the dining hall and from here there is access to the sitting room with wood-burner, staircase to the mezzanine level and on up to the first floor plus access through the lobby to an outstanding vaulted kitchen/breakfast room with French doors leading out onto a terrace. This well-appointed kitchen is any cooks dream. The utility is well-positioned being just off the kitchen. The garden room with double doors at both ends lends itself to many uses such as being a guest suite with the shower room next door or a pleasant reception room or large home study. Upstairs the master suite comprises a double bedroom with dual aspect, walk-in wardrobe and luxury en-suite bathroom. On this level there are two further bedrooms and family bathroom. A 38 ft. loft potentially gives options for further development, subject to all the required permissions. Property Ref: STR160152
Amberley is a small prestigious village near Stroud, situated on the edge of Minchinhampton Common. The village offers two public houses, a shop, primary school and church. The area provides a further range of educational establishments including Beaudesert Park and Wycliffe College in addition to other independent schools in Cheltenham, Westonbirt and Gloucester, together with excellent primary and secondary grammar schools. The property is well located within the area with access at Junction 18 of the M4 for Bristol and the South West, Junction 16 for Heathrow and London to the East, Junction 13 of the M5 provides access to Bristol and the Midlands. Train services to London (Paddington) are available both from Stroud and Kemble. Stroud town (3 miles) boasts an award winning Farmers’ Market and Nailsworth (1.25 miles) has wonderful boutique style shopping.
There is an electric gated entrance and separate exit to this property. The drive leads around the ornamental pond and up to the detached oak-framed barn. This barn houses a garage, double car port, workshop and log store, in addition there is a copious amount of parking. The grounds have been thoughtfully divided into a variety of different outdoor areas including a delightful paved sun terrace with Villeroy & Bosch hot tub, an orchard, soft fruit cage, raised vegetable beds, an immature arched rose walk way, a woodland garden and a number of external power and water points. However the majority is laid to lawn. Cleverly designed outside lighting can be enjoyed throughout the extensive plot. A major feature from the garden and front of the house is the amazing naturally-framed view of St Dominic’s Church on the other side of the valley.
Agents Note: There is lapsed planning permission to build a bedroom above the garden room: S.11/0979/HHOLD dated 19/05/2011.
Large Oak-Framed Porch
Garden Room/Bedroom 4
Master Bedroom Suite
2 further Bedrooms
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate