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Outstanding panoramic views can be enjoyed over the historic market town towards the Severn Vale, River Severn and beyond. This detached 4 bedroom extended cottage nestled in an elevated position above the town of Wotton-under-Edge benefits from its own private drive and is tucked away from passing traffic. It boasts paddocks, stables, field shelter, barn and garage. The front of the residence faces the sun and the view, and most of the living areas benefit from this amazing aspect. The sitting room has French doors and sliding patio doors out to the garden. The kitchen with a wood burner is found centrally with access to the fabulous garden room with its large expanse of glass framing the view all year round. (Access to the cellar is located from here). The L-shaped dining room has a step up to an area currently utilised as a study. Also on the ground floor is the cloakroom and boot room. Upstairs there are 3 double bedrooms all enjoying the open countryside aspect. The 4th single bedroom has restricted headroom. A family bathroom is also located here. The property is dated in areas and requires some modernising. Property Ref. STR150349
Old London Road is a rural lane on the outskirts of Wotton-under-Edge. Some of the land around this area is managed by Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust as it is an important nature reserve. Wotton is a charming country town tucked away under the southern edge of the Cotswolds, equidistant from Gloucester & Bristol; Cheltenham, Cirencester & Bath in addition being a few miles from the M4 (J18) & M5 (14). For those enjoying a slower mode of transport, the Cotswold Way National Trail passes through the plot and on to the town along the main shopping streets which are packed with family-run shops selling an assortment of goods. The town offers a wide range of services and places to eat. Wotton is a hospitable, thriving and lively place, with interesting and historic buildings. The main line stations in the area include Cam to Bristol (Parkway), Stroud & Kemble providing a service to London (Paddington).
At the entrance to the property lies a detached barn. The drive sweeps past paddocks on the left-hand side belonging to Hillside Cottage and on the right land belonging to a neighbour. There is off-road parking for several vehicles plus a garage. Beyond the garage there is a yard with stables, tack room and field shelter. Beyond there are further paddocks. A garden is found mainly to the side of the cottage which is laid to lawn with trees and shrubs. Directly in front of the garden room there is a paved patio. From here the views are spectacular.
AGENTS NOTE: The cottage and land are unregistered. There are two public footpaths crossing the land. There are restrictive covenants on the top barn.
Dining Room with Study Area
magnificent Garden Room
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