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A charming end of terrace cottage dating back to mid-late 17th century conveniently located within walking distance of the historic Market Place. This grade II listed home is one of a row of 8 houses contributing greatly to the townscape in this area. It is constructed from random rubble limestone and boasts chamfered mullioned casements with hood moulds.
This well presented property enjoys the great combination of modern facilities with character features including stone mullion windows, window seats, exposed beams, exposed Cotswold stone walls, stone spiral staircase and an impressive inglenook fireplace.
On entry there is a super 22ft sitting/dining room with wooden floor & French doors into the rear courtyard. The fitted kitchen/breakfast room has built in appliances & also benefits from a set of French doors out into the rear garden. The cloakroom is found off this room. From the principle reception room a stone spiral staircase leads to the first floor landing. Bedroom 3/home office is well-appointed with office furniture as well as a cupboard housing a pull down bed. Bedroom 2 boasts an ensuite bathroom, fitted wardrobe & cupboard housing the boiler & has lovely views to the rear aspect across the garden. The largest bedroom has fitted wardrobes with the vanity unit stored up in the attic. Bedroom 3 and 1 have windows to the front. There is a shower room servicing these two bedrooms. Access to boarded attic from bedroom 3. Property reference: STR190270
Agents note: There is a pedestrian right of access to the rear garden - the land being owned by the neighbour
The former market town of Minchinhampton, famed for its unspoilt beauty, offers a selection of shops and services including doctors, dentist, library, excellent primary school, Parish Church, social and sports clubs. Vast acres of National Trust common land surround the town and the nearby towns of Stroud & Cirencester offer more extensive facilities together with mainline railway stations in Stroud and Kemble bringing London (Paddington) within 90 minutes travelling time. Further schooling in the area includes Beaudesert Prep Schools, Wycliffe College and 2 grammar schools.
The south facing landscaped rear garden is a major asset to this delightful residence. It is enclosed and made up of different 'rooms' including several outdoor seating areas. Steps leading up from the kitchen. There are abuntantly filled flower/shrub beds. A sheltered working area with a stone shed, a further area with two wooden sheds & log store. There is a useful gate leading to the road via the pedestrain right of access as stated above.
Public parking can be found in the car park at the bottom of the road.
22ft Sitting/Dining Room
Bedroom with Ensuite Bathroom
Two further Bedrooms (one fitted with office furniture)
Rear Garden with pedestrain side access
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