Elevated in the sought-after Cotswold village of Chalford, enjoying fabulous rural views across a wooded valley, lies this traditional detached period cottage, sat within just under a quarter of an acre of grounds. Beautiflly presented accommodation is positioned across two floors and currently consists of a pretty sitting room warmed by underfloor heating with a Cotswold stone fireplace with wood burner stove inset and oak flooring, this opens to a conservatory/dining room also with underfloor heating enjoying a superb outlook across the garden and a stylish contemporary fitted kitchen with breakfast bar, built-in oven, hob, extractor fan, and oak worktops. Two bedrooms and a family bathroom are located on the second floor, both of which enjoy timber floors and pretty views. Set within a generous plot measuring quarter of an acre, the property also offers great potential for extension, subject to the relevant planning permission.
Chalford is a village of predominantly older cottage homes and grander houses built as a result of the woollen trade that thrived in the valley during the 17/18th Centuries. The village today displays much of its historic past and is served with amenities that include a small Post Office and general store, two public houses and two primary schools. Bus services provide access to Cirencester & Stroud where a wide range of facilities and services can be found. Intercity train services connecting with London (Paddington) are available at Stroud & Kemble. Road networks radiate from the area to Gloucester, Cheltenham, Bristol & Bath, all within a 15-30 mile radius. STR050154
The property enjoys a gravelled driveway offering parking for several cars. Mature, well-stocked gardens extend to the front and side of the property and consist of a gravelled seating terrace, flower beds, with steps down to an area of lawn interspersed with a variety of plants, trees (including cherry, apple and pear) and shrubs. A raised seating terrace with neighbouring fire pit offers an ideal spot for entertaining. A period outbuilding provides external storage.
Agents note: improvements have been made since the EPC was created.
No Onward Chain
Total Plot measures 0.249 acres