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Occupying a traditional village green location within the popular, sought after village of Oakridge, lies this extended detached Cotswold stone period cottage. The well-proportioned accommodation has been greatly enhanced by the current owners by adding a superb kitchen/breakfast room extension with an electric aga, bespoke handmade units with granite work tops, built in appliances, wooden floor and French doors opening onto the rear courtyard. The scullery and pantry are conveniently positioned just off this room. Entry to the property is via a porch which leads into a dining hall, which is the central hub of the property, with a staircase leading upstairs for access to the cloakroom, kitchen/breakfast room and formal drawing room. This delightful room boasts a Cotswold stone fireplace and hearth with a modern wood burner inset, and French doors leading out to the rear courtyard. The lobby and utility are found beyond this room. Upstairs all of the bedrooms have a lovely front garden aspect. The master suite offers the luxury of a dressing room leading up into a magnificent double bedroom with ensuite shower room. There are two further double bedrooms being serviced by a modern family bathroom. There is an abundance of character features seen in the house such as stone mullion windows, window seats, and exposed beams. The house has double glazing, LPG central heating, solar and PVC panels with Broadband provided by Gigaclear.
Oakridge Lynch is a thriving Cotswold village lying between Cirencester, Stroud and Cheltenham. Within this popular village lies a Church of England Primary School, a Church, a Public House known as The Butcher's Arms and Shop/Post Office which provides the community with a central hub. There is also a village hall with recreation grounds, home of many clubs. Education in the local villages and towns are excellent incorporating a selection of state, independent and grammar schooling. Railway stations with direct links to London (Paddington) are found at Kemble and Stroud.
The beautifully landscaped grounds are a huge feature and are divided into formal gardens and a kitchen garden. They are enclosed by Cotswold stone walling with double oak gates opening onto the gravelled drive which leads to the garage and parking area. The majority of the formal garden is laid to lawn with wide flower beds and a variety of shrubs and trees. A delightful summer house with its raised sun terrace enjoys far reaching valley views. The garden boasts an impressive kitchen garden, with a greenhouse and various fruit trees. To the rear of the house there is a courtyard and shed/workshop. Total plot 0.36 acres.
Master Bedroom Suite with ensuite & dressing room
Two further Bedrooms
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