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Elevated with wonderful south facing rural views across a wooded valley, lies this detached contemporary home. This chic property enjoys contemporary features, including a cedar clad gable and slate grey double glazed windows. Having been stylishly extended and renovated, the property now provides bright and beautifully appointed accommodation, ideally designed for family living. Light floods the living accommodation which enjoys an open plan feel with the added benefit of a separate family room/study and under floor heating throughout. From the kitchen, tri-fold doors open to decked seating terrace that takes full advantage of the open vista down the valley. The sociable kitchen with dining area has been fitted with high gloss soft grey cabinets, Corian worktops and enjoys a double oven, hob and extractor hood, dishwasher and under counter fridge. Further storage and space for a washing machine and fridge/freezer can be found in the generous utility room. The kitchen flows into a sitting room that boasts a large window overlooking the garden and wood burning stove that forms a focal point to the room. From the open plan reception hall with cloakroom and storage cupboard, access is gained to the family room/study, whilst stairs with oak handrails and newels and glass panels, rise to the first floor and an impressive galleried landing with glass balustrade. From here access is gained to all four bedrooms. The master bedroom is particularly impressive displaying a vaulted ceiling, large window with an open view, ensuite shower room and walk-in-wardrobe. A further three double bedrooms are served by a contemporary family bathroom with bath and separate shower cubicle. This stylish home has been finished to exacting standards. Property Ref: STR170329
The property occupies an elevated setting in Brimscombe, a small village on the outskirts of Stroud town centre. Local day-to-day amenities can be found within Brimscombe, including village inn and shop. The A419 travels along the Brimscombe Valley and connects Stroud & Cirencester, each town offering a wide selection of shops, educational and recreational facilities. Above Brimscombe lies some 600 acres of commonland vested in the National Trust and known as Minchinhampton Common. A direct line to London Paddington runs from nearby Kemble and Stroud railway stations.
A private driveway provides ample parking, whilst a large shed offers outside storage. The majority of garden extends to the side and front of the property and include a decked terrace with glass balustrade being ideally positioned for alfresco dining, being accessed directly from the kitchen. The remaining garden is laid to lawn and interspersed by fruit trees and newly laid Hornbeam hedge.
Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room
Master Bedroom with Ensuite Shower Room and Walk-in Wardrobe
3 Further Double Bedrooms
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