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Enjoying a pretty, elevated setting within the village of Brimscombe lies this semi-detached cottage, constructed of Cotswold stone and enjoying valley views and westerly-facing gardens. The cottage provides comfortable and well presented accommodation maintaining the integrity of its period. Features are prominent throughout and include an inglenook fireplace, exposed stone and exposed beams. Accommodation is positioned across 3 floors. On the ground floor an entrance hall opens to the sitting room and dining room, both enjoying views to the front aspect. The kitchen is accessed via the dining room and houses a useful pantry. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, all of which enjoy a front elevation outlook. The master bedroom is located on the second floor. All bedrooms are served by a family bath and shower room. Property Ref: STR150290
Brimscombe is a small countryside village built around the original shipping port that brought wealth and riches to the area. Although the port no longer remains, Brimscombe still holds many remnants of its heritage with converted woollen mills and the local pub "The Ship", which all run alongside the canal which still flows through the valley, sporadically intercepted by locks. Stroud District Council is currently leading restoration of a 6.7 mile length of the Cotswold Canals between Stonehouse and Brimscombe and this is thought to bring huge benefits in terms of economic investment, heritage, leisure and conservation to the area. The village has a local primary school and is in the catchment area for Thomas Keble secondary school. It also offers a village shop, Post Office, traditional Fish & Chip shop, hair salon and antiques shop.
The property is approached from the rear which is rather modest, however when arriving at the front of the cottage you realise just how much the cottage has to offer. Parking for one car lies to the side of the cottage in front of the detached garage which includes an inspection pit. The garden is surprisingly spacious in size and affords some elevated rural views. The area incorporates two decked seating terraces, two spring-fed ponds, lawns and a range of trees, shrubs and flower borders. Additionally there is a generous chicken run, a vegetable patch and gated access onto the A419. A stone shed is positioned at the back of the garage to provide outside storage.
Bath & Shower Room
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