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An exciting opportunity to purchase a handsome four bedroom Grade II Listed house that dates back to the 1700's and offers a wealth of period features, gardens, parking and lovely views, situated on a plot nearing 1/5 of an acre within a desirable hamlet between Avening & Cherington. The accommodation provides on the ground floor a kitchen breakfast room with a full complement of painted units, range cooker, solid wood worktops, larder and external door to the rear garden. There is a dining room with an arched mullion window and a stone fire surround, and of particular note is the sitting room which is a delightful room featuring an impressive stone fireplace with wood burning stove and 16 pane sash windows with shutters. The first floor provides a spacious master bedroom with two impressive sash windows, fitted wardrobes and easy access to a well equipped bathroom with roll top bath. There are two further well proportioned bedrooms on this floor and 2nd modern bathroom. The second floor offers a lovely bedroom with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams.
Nags Head is a pretty Cotswold hamlet located between the villages of Avening and Cherington and designated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The nearby village of Avening provides two local inns, a Norman Church and a primary school. Nailsworth, Cirencester, Tetbury and Stroud offer more comprehensive facilities and services. Kemble station, only 8.7 miles away, offers Intercity train services to London (Paddington). Minchinhampton Golf Club boasts two courses nearby with walking and riding available on Minchinhampton Common.
To the front of the property is a driveway that leads up to a parking area and double garage. There is a pretty front lawn with pathway to the front door. To the rear of the property is a double garage with power and light and a stone outbuilding/utility with WC. From this area steps take you to a raised garden which enjoys delightful views and a sunny aspect.
This building is listed as Grade II under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.
Grade II Listed
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Outbuilding with WC
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