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Elevated within the highly-regarded village of Chalford Hill lies this delightful Cotswold stone period property with ample gardens, beautiful views and gated off-street parking for several vehicles. The versatile accommodation is positioned across three floors and retains an abundance of character features including flagstone flooring in the dining room, stone mullion windows, Cotswold stone fireplace and exposed beams. As illustrated on the floor plan, the accommodation comprises tiled entrance hall leading to the utility area, kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a range of units incorporating an oven and fridge, dining room and sitting room with a fireplace housing a wood-burner and access to the garden via the side porch. Additional areas on the ground floor include a separate cloakroom. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, serviced by the family bathroom. On the second floor there is a further bedroom together with additional space which could possibly be separated off to provide a fifth bedroom. Due to the size of its plot, the property offers excellent potential for further extension subject to the relevant planning permission. Property Ref: STR160013
Chalford Hill is served with amenities that include a small Post Office, public house, sports club and three primary schools in Chalford and Bussage including the much highly reputed Chalford Hill primary school. Secondary education is available at Thomas Keble School in Eastcombe, and the property falls within the catchment area for the Stroud Grammar Schools. Bus services provide access to Cirencester & Stroud where a wide range of facilities and services can be found. Train services connecting with London (Paddington) are available at Stroud & Kemble.
The property offers gated off-street parking together with gardens extending mainly to the side and front where a seating area is positioned. Partly enclosed by a Cotswold stone wall, the gardens are mainly laid to lawn sectioned by a conifer hedge with a discreet vegetable garden located beyond. The gardens have been planted to offer borders with a plethora of colour.
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