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This very spacious, detached period home occupies an elevated position within the popular village of Chalford Hill, offering views across the ‘Golden Valley’ area of the Cotswolds AONB. The property lies behind Cotswold stone walls on a plot of 0.65 of an acre, offering an enclosed and private garden whilst also being situated in the heart of the community. The substantial accommodation is full of character; prominent features include window seats, wooden floors, stone walls and exposed beams. At the heart of the home, the 32’ kitchen/dining room connects to the sitting room and drawing room on one side and the spacious entrance hall on the other. The drawing room has a Minster stone fireplace with an open fire while the sitting and dining room inglenooks have wood-burning stoves. The bespoke kitchen includes granite work surfaces, a central island and Aga. The kitchen also connects to a rear hallway, garden room, large utility room and courtyard. On the first floor there is a master bedroom with an en-suite bath/shower room and a dressing room. Three further double bedrooms on this floor are served by a bathroom and a shower room. The second floor is accessed by two staircases, one leading to another double bedroom and the other leading to a 29' attic bedroom and a bedroom/study. Property Ref: STR160054
Brantwood is situated in the heart of Chalford Hill. The village park is close by and the highly regarded local primary school, tennis/cricket club, allotments, two pubs, takeaways, chemists, doctors, convenience store and churches are all within walking distance. Secondary school options are outstanding, including Stroud High and Marling grammar schools while nearby private school options include Beaudesert Park School & Wycliffe College. Brantwood is ideally located between Stroud (4 miles) and Cirencester (9 miles). Both towns offer an extensive array of independent shops, restaurants, sporting facilities and supermarkets. The spa town of Cheltenham is 17 miles away. Kemble railway station (London Paddington in 80 minutes) is about 12 miles away and Stroud railway station (London Paddington in 90 minutes) is 4.4 miles away.
Measuring approximately 0.65 acres and affording a very sunny position, the gardens consist of formal lawns, herbaceous borders, flower beds and many mature trees and shrubs. To the rear, a stone patio leads down to herbaceous and vegetable borders and a traditional Cotswold stone pergola. Gated gravelled parking for several cars extends to the front of the house with a driveway leading to a former croquet pavilion, now used as a garage/store. An outside store and workshop can also be found in the front courtyard.
Master Bedroom with En-suite & Dressing Room
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