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A most intriguing attached period home of great character occupying a desirable setting close to the heart of this Cotswold village. Formerly an Inn and dating back to the mid C17th, this Grade II listed property is rich in history with features prominent throughout. These include mullioned windows, exposed fireplaces and exposed beams. Although beautiful throughout probably the most noteworthy of the features is the grand first floor drawing room which overlooks the garden. Formerly the “Assembly Room” to the village, the room is impressive not only due to its size but superb outlook to the landscaped garden, tall ceilings, feature fireplace and large window with Ogee headed lights. Family accommodation is arranged across two floors and comprises entrance porch, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room with an Aga and utility room. From the utility a connecting door opens to an attached garage and workshop/store that provides excellent opportunity for further development and integration into the main residence subject to all the relevant consents. On the first floor the master bedroom is served by an en-suite shower room whilst an additional three bedrooms have use of a family bathroom. A door from the landing opens to the rear garden. Property Ref: STR160213
The village of Bisley is a pretty example of a traditional Cotswold village with a wealth of period Cotswold stone buildings at its centre. It lies between the Chalford & Painswick valleys to the west of Cirencester and east of Stroud. The village, which is located in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, boasts two pubs, a village store/Post Office, primary school, village hall and Parish Church. Neighbouring villages have additional medical facilities, secondary schools and other shops. Roads radiate from Bisley to Stroud (5 miles), Cirencester (12 miles), Gloucester (16 miles) & Cheltenham (13.5 miles) via scenic routes. London (Paddington) Intercity train services are available at Stroud & Kemble.
The gardens and grounds are a true delight. Measuring in total 0.27 of an acre, these extend to the rear of the house and are accessed through the first floor of the property or by side entrance gate. A sheltered paved seating terrace offers great opportunity for alfresco dining as does a gravelled terrace sheltered close by the first floor rear entrance to the garden. A large expanse of lawn flanked by mature and vibrant flower borders provides great opportunity for the keen gardener and space for children’s play equipment. Beyond lies an additional grassed garden that provides an exciting blank canvas and affords additional privacy to the property.
Drawing Room (formerly The Court Room)
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