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Backing onto neighbouring farmland in a pretty village setting lies this detached family home, built as one of three executive homes. The property enjoys bright and well-designed accommodation that combines the comforts of a more contemporary build with great character features. Accommodation is on two floors in a traditional layout. The principal reception room is particularly noteworthy, spanning the width of the house with French doors opening to the garden and a stone fireplace forming a focal point in the room. A second reception room lies to the front elevation and a home office/study, kitchen breakfast room and sun room with solid roof, lie to the rear. The sociable family kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units, granite worktops and integral appliances. From here, access is gained to the utility room with adjoining cloakroom on one side and sun room on the other. The latter is a wonderful addition to the house, allowing for year-round enjoyment of the garden. On the second floor are four bedrooms. The impressive master bedroom, with en-suite facility, also spans the width of the property with a Juliet balcony overlooking the adjoining field. The remaining three bedrooms are served by a family bathroom with bedroom two also boasting a Juliet balcony to the rear with beautiful rural views. Property Ref: STR180244.
Set near the heart of the village and located by driving through the most beautiful village green, reputed to be the longest in England, around which are pretty thatched cottages and distinctive period homes. Village cricket is still played on the green, and ducks and geese mill around several ponds. Amenities within the village include Parish Church, Lakefield Church of England Primary School, Village Store/Post Office, two Public houses, a Tennis Club and a Sailing Club. The A38 and M5 motorway are within a couple of miles and provide links with Gloucester, Cheltenham, the Midlands, Bristol and the South West. Intercity rail links to London (Paddington) are available from Stonehouse. Cam and Dursley commuter station serves Gloucester and Bristol. Dursley and Stroud are the nearest large towns providing comprehensive educational, leisure and shopping facilities.
A small garden lies to the front of the property whilst the majority extends to the rear. Backing onto a neighbouring field, the gardens enjoy an open rural aspect. Laid to lawn and planted with mature shrubs, numerous fruit trees and raised vegetable beds it provides great opportunities for the keen gardener. A timber shed provides additional outside storage. The detached double garage has been modified by the existing owners to provide an artist’s studio with storage room and loft above. The garage doors remain in situ and thus could be restored to a garage if required.
19' Sitting Room
Master Bedroom with En-suite
Three Further Bedrooms
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