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A most beautifully refurbished Grade II listed Cotswold home, positioned within the idyllic market town of Minchinhampton close to its comprehensive range of facilities, yet located within walking distance of picturesque Minchinhampton Common and acres of National Trust land. Having undergone a sympathetic programme of extension and renovation, great thought has gone into its design, thus now providing a home of high quality that successfully fuses the old and the new. Period features are in abundance throughout and include sash windows, exposed beams and pretty fireplaces. Warmed by under floor heating throughout the ground floor, a fitted kitchen with central island, Smeg cooker and granite worktops opens to the dining area which provides an impressive space for entertaining or everyday family life. French doors open directly to the garden. This is further complimented by three additional reception rooms including the breath-taking sitting room with vaulted ceiling and modern wood burning stove as well as a utility and vaulted cellar. Four bedrooms served by two bath/shower rooms with under floor heating and stylish fittings are positioned on the first floor whilst the master bedroom suite is located on the second. Being generous in size this spectacular room also boasts a walk-in dressing room and ensuite bathroom with stand alone bath and walk-in shower. Property Ref: STR140213
The popular former market town of Minchinhampton is famed for its unspoilt beauty and offers a pleasant village environment, with an selection of essential shops and services including doctors, dentist, library, parish church, social and sports clubs. Vast acres of National Trust common land and open countryside surround the village and the nearby towns of Stroud and Cirencester offer more extensive facilities together with a main line railway station in Stroud bringing London (Paddington) within 90 minutes travelling time and 80 minutes from nearby Kemble. Schooling in the area includes Beaudesert Prep School, Wycliffe College and 2 grammar schools and excellent primary school.
The south facing garden has been thoughtfully landscaped to include a sheltered stone patio ideal for alfresco dining and a raised level lawn. A further gravelled courtyard extends directly behind the house. A rear gate opens to a small walkway providing direct access to the local Primary School, Doctors’ Surgery, Library and Church. Electric gates open to a gravelled driveway.
Vaulted Sitting Room
Master Bedroom with Ensuite & Dressing Room
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