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Situated just 0.2 miles from the centre of Minchinhampton lies this detached Cotswold Stone period home. Having been lovingly and sympathetically improved by the existing owner, the property enjoys beautifully presented family accommodation. Features are in abundance throughout and include a bespoke front door, sash windows, feature fireplaces and wooden floors. From a reception hall doors radiate to the living space and a door lifts to provide access to the cellar. The front reception room with sash window boasts a pretty fireplace with woodburning stove inset and cherry wood floors. This is further complemented by pretty living room with a double aspect outlook including a view to the courtyard. This similarly boasts a Cotswold Stone fireplace with woodburner inset. The adjoining kitchen breakfast room is equally impressive providing room for dining, access to the courtyard garden and fitted with bespoke cabinetry with a central island and vaulted ceiling. Two bedrooms and a family bathroom are positioned on the first floor along with a small space on the landing currently used as office space. Whilst a further two double bedrooms one with ensuite facility are located on the second floor.
Minchinhampton is a delightful historic Cotswold market town. It offers a selection of shops and services including doctors, dentist, library, Church of England primary school, Parish Church, social and sports clubs. This pretty town has excellent golfing facilities incorporating the Old and new Courses and is surrounded by vast acres of open National Trust common land. Nearby towns of Stroud & Cirencester offer extensive facilities including farmers markets' together with mainline railway stations in Stroud and Kemble bringing London (Paddington) within 90 minutes travelling time. There is a great choice of educational establishments in the area including Beaudesert prep School, Wycliffe College and two grammar schools within Stroud. There are further educational colleges in both Stroud & Cirencester.
A pretty courtyard garden extends to the rear of the house with pedestrian access on to Windmill Road. The courtyard offers opportunity for alfresco dining, vibrant raised flower beds and pergola with vine offering shelter and shade. A covered area offers useful storage for logs or other garden equipment.
Master Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room
3 Further Bedrooms
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