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Occupying a beautiful elevated setting with views to Gatcombe Woods and an outlook across adjoining countryside lies this detached modern home. The property enjoys a truly enviable position, located less than half a mile from the centre of Minchinhampton, yet boasting a semi rural setting. The versatile accommodation is flooded with light owing to the plethora of Scandinavian triple glazed picture windows and patio doors opening to the garden with an open aspect beyond. A large reception hall with oak flooring leads to a dining area with patio doors to an external seating terrace and impressive sitting room with feature fireplace with woodburner and triple aspect outlook. These rooms are further complimented by study and sociable family kitchen fitted with range of cabinets and providing room for dining. The connecting utility offers internal access to the attached double garage. A downstairs bedroom with an ensuite shower room is ideally placed for guests or those with mobility difficulties. The remaining two bedrooms are located on the first floor. The generous master bedroom with double aspect windows enjoys built in storage and ensuite facilities, whilst the second bedroom is also served by an ensuite, yet offers opportunity to be divided, creating an additional bedroom if required.
Mole End lies in an elevated rural position less than half a mile from the centre of Minchinhampton. Minchinhampton has a range of independent amenities including a delicatessen, butcher, chemist, cafés, tea room, restaurant, an organic dairy, a useful small supermarket, doctors’ surgery, library, primary school, two churches and further facilities. The property is situated on an escarpment position enjoying beautiful views over the surrounding Cotswold valley. The house faces south west and the garden enjoys the afternoon sun. The nearby market town of Nailsworth offers a wider selection of shops, bars and amenities with both Stroud and Cirencester also being within reach. The communication links are also excellent with Stroud and Kemble Stations offering high-speed train links to London Paddington in under 90 minutes and the A419 linking through to the M4 either at Junction 18 for Bath or Junction 17 for Malmesbury. Schooling is also a big pull for this area with both Wycliffe College and Beaudesert Park School being popular choices for local families. The area also has two grammar schools, and Minchinhampton itself offers excellent primary education.
The pillared entrance with wrought iron gates open to a large tarmac driveway and onto an attached double garage with electric up and over door, all which provide plentiful parking and storage. A utility area with log store and room for bins is tucked away to the side of the property with the majority of garden extending to the south elevation, allowing for daylong enjoyment of the sun. Bounded by hedging, fencing and walling the garden is in the majority laid to lawn with several well stocked borders peppering the garden and creating interest and colour. A raised paved seating terrace lies directly adjacent to the dining room offering the perfect spot to take in the wonderful view and for alfresco dining. Total plot 0.23 acres.
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