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Located on a village lane opposite Frith Wood lies this beautifully presented detached modern property in walking distance of Bussage Playing Field. The well-proportioned accommodation has been greatly improved by the current owner and now displays a modern contemporary vibe. The entrance hall houses the staircase rising to the first floor & a utility cupboard. Access from here leads into a fabulous Kitchen/Breakfast Room with two sets of French doors opening onto the rear garden, a central island with cupboards, drawers & breakfast bar, further painted base units incorporating a Belfast sink & space for a range style cooker. A special feature is the superb traditional larder style full length unit. Doors leads off to the inner hall & into the Living Room; here a wood burner is a focal point at one end and at the other double doors lead into a conservatory. There are two double bedrooms & a well-appointed shower room on this ground level. Upstairs the master bedroom suite is found comprising:- double bedroom, large ensuite bathroom & dressing room. STR190206
Brownshill is probably the oldest hamlet within the Chalford Parish and lies between Chalford & Bussage. Encircled by rolling Cotswold countryside, the neighbouring vicinity offers a child’s pre-school nursery, several primary schools, Parish Church & a selection of public inns. Opposite the house there is Frith Wood, a peaceful nature reserve with paths leading through an ancient forest to the local Tesco Express shop, pharmacy & Frithwood Dr’s surgery. Bussage Playing Fields is less than 0.1 mile from the property. Thomas Keble School is the nearest state secondary school found in Eastcombe village. Scenic routes lead through picturesque countryside and radiate to the major centres of Cheltenham, Gloucester, Cirencester and Stroud. Main line railway services run from Stroud and Kemble, near Cirencester, providing links with London (Paddington) in under 90 minutes. The A419 in the valley below links the towns of Stroud and Cirencester where there are urban shopping and services. West of Stroud there is a junction of the M5, and south of Swindon the M4 is accessible.
The gravelled drive opens up to a parking area suitable for several vehicles & entrance to the detached wooden carport with store & personal door to the rear garden. A gated path with steps follow down onto a paved path giving access to the entrance door at the side & onto the rear garden. The rear & side garden are enclosed with wood panelled fencing & Cotswold stone walling. It's mainly laid to level lawn with attractive raised beds & paved patio area with a further gravelled circular outdoor seating area. Tucked up in the corner is a detached wooden shed. The kitchen garden is tucked away at the front & is made up of raised veg & fruit beds in addition to a green house.
Hall & Utility Cupboard
Two Double Bedrooms
Master Bedroom Suite inc Ensuite Bathroom & Dressing Room
Formal & Kitchen Gardens
Plentiful Off Road Parking.
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