Situated within the heart of the former market town of Minchinhampton lies this charming and spacious Grade II listed 4/5 bedroom Cotswold stone property. The property is presented in good order but with potential for the perspective buyer to put their personal touches to the property. Many period features are found throughout the property including, wooden floors, sash windows & exposed beams. Upon entering into the hallway there are stairs leading to the first floor and a door giving access to the sitting/dining room and kitchen. The sitting/dining room is a light and airy space with sash windows to the side aspect and a door into the kitchen. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units and a door gives access to the courtyard. Three bedrooms and a family bathroom can also be found on this floor. Stairs lead to the third floor with an open landing providing an additional bedroom with a further loft room with the possibility to convert it into another bedroom.
There is a pretty enclosed courtyard offering a tranquil space for alfresco dining. A further gate from the courtyard gives access to the main street. Bank House has covered parking to the rear for two cars.
The former market town of Minchinhampton, famed for its unspoilt beauty, offers a selection of shops & services including doctors, dentist, library, excellent primary school, Parish Church, public house and social & sports clubs. It has excellent golfing facilities incorporating the Old and New Courses. Vast acres of National Trust common land surrounds the town. Nearby towns of Stroud & Cirencester offer more extensive facilities together with mainline railway stations in Stroud & Kemble bringing London (Paddington) within 90 minutes travelling time.
Agent note - The property has a flying freehold. Please ask a member of the team for further details.
Allocated parking for 2 cars