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A most desirable period home occupying a pretty setting on the edge of North Nibley, a popular Cotswold village. The property enjoys great history and thus character. Dating back to the 17th Century and believed to be a former Inn and Malt House, the accommodation boasts features throughout and measures an impressive 3410 sq. ft. The ground floor provides 4 formal reception rooms which include a most attractive sitting room with oak flooring and two fireplaces, panelled dining room with period fireplace as well as a large former Malt House, now drawing room that could provide multiple uses due to its size with arched windows overlooking the garden. The family kitchen with views through the utility to the garden offers opportunity for dining and is fitted with traditional bespoke cabinetry, pantry and Aga. On the first floor, bedrooms 1 and 2 enjoy en-suite facilities whilst an additional two bedrooms are served by a family bathroom. An unconverted attic provides storage or scope for conversion subject to the relevant consents. Ref: STR130280
The property enjoys a rural setting in the village of North Nibley, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, situated a short distance from the secluded wooded valleys of the Cotswold escarpment leading up to the Cotswold Hills. The village has a local store, church, well-regarded primary school and village inn. KLB secondary school and the market towns of Dursley & Wotton-under-Edge are within a few minutes driving distance. Both offer extensive shopping facilities, together with comprehensive schools and leisure facilities. The property is well-placed for a wide range of country walks. Access to the A38 is approx. a five minute drive and the M5 is about 10 minutes drive.
Set in a total plot of 0.38 acres, a block paved driveway and covered parking area (formerly part of the original Malt House) provide parking for multiple vehicles. Pretty landscaped gardens extend to the rear of the house and incorporate large expanses of lawn, mature and vibrant flower borders, fruit trees and a large paved seating terrace, ideal for alfresco dining. An outside store/workshop is attached to the house whilst a stable block with two stables, tack room, outside tap and electricity are located alongside the garden and driveway. An additional parcel of land running alongside the lane leading to the house belongs to the property.
38 ft. Drawing Room
Two Bedrooms with En-suite
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