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A well proportioned and beautifully appointed Cotswold stone village house providing versatile accommodation and with the convenience of private parking and a low maintenance garden. Thought to have 18th Century origins, the house has been the subject of a comprehensive programme of modernisation and improvement which skilfully combines a host of period features with contemporary fittings and finishes. Of particular note is the hand-built kitchen that has been constructed using American ash and English walnut topped by beech work surfaces to create a striking and functional focal point for the house with independently controlled under floor heating, innovative storage solutions and a range of integrated appliances. Much of the joinery including internal and external doors, a spiral staircase, skirtings and windows are in oak whilst the windows to the front elevation retain stone mullions and there are two stone fireplaces in the sitting room in addition to numerous exposed beams all of which serves to create a truly unique and desirable property.
To the front of the property are traditional iron railings and gates with a copper coach lantern over the front door and low maintenance gravel borders to either side. Steps to the side lead up to the low maintenance garden that comprises a deck offering delightful views across the Painswick valley and a gravelled area with raised beds. A small stone outhouse provides useful storage.
Painswick, the “Queen of the Cotswolds”, is a thriving community nestling in a delightful Cotswolds setting. Constructed of mellow locally quarried stone, the town has many beautiful buildings dating back as far as the 14th Century. The Village offers a playgroup and primary school with many secondary schools (including grammar schools) being available locally in Stroud, Gloucester, Cheltenham and Cirencester. Recreational opportunities include tennis, rugby and bowls clubs with many other groups including badminton and amateur dramatics meeting at the Painswick Centre. In the wider area, events include polo at Edgeworth and Cirencester Park, racing at Prestbury Park and water sports at the Cotswold Water Park, together with shooting and fishing on local estates and golf at Gloucester and Painswick Golf Clubs. The Painswick Churchyard is famous for its impressive array of table tombs and its 99 yew trees about which folklore holds that if a 100th should grow the devil will pull it out. There are several shops, galleries, tearooms and restaurants in the village whilst a wider range of outlets are available in nearby Stroud.
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Semi Detached Stone House
3 Further Bedrooms
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