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Positioned in the heart of Bisley, a pretty and traditional Cotswold village, which enjoys a village shop/tea room and two popular public houses, lies this charming Grade II listed home. The property exudes character with period features in abundance beginning at the front facade and continuing throughout the house. Well-proportioned accommodation is positioned across three floors and consists of an entrance hall, sitting room with exposed floor boards, dining room with stone mullion window and Inglenook fireplace with a wood burner, and a fitted kitchen. The first floor features a 16' impressive landing leading to the master bedroom a shower room, a bathroom and two further bedrooms. On the second floor the fourth bedroom enjoys an en-suite shower room and a kitchenette. A cellar can be located below the sitting room. Property Ref: STR160290.
The village of Bisley is a pretty example of a traditional Cotswold village with a wealth of period Cotswold stone buildings at its centre. It lies between the Chalford & Painswick valleys to the west of Cirencester and east of Stroud. The village, which is located in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, boasts two pubs, a village store/Post Office, primary school, village hall and Parish Church. Neighbouring villages have additional medical facilities, secondary schools and other shops. Roads radiate from Bisley to Stroud (5 miles), Cirencester (12 miles), Gloucester (16 miles) & Cheltenham (13.5 miles) via scenic routes. London (Paddington) Intercity train services are available at Stroud & Kemble.
A low maintenance garden, laid to gravel and paving stones, extends to the rear of the property and accessed via a door leading from the kitchen. A small garden also extends to the front of the house and is set behind Cotswold stone walling and hedging.
Two Shower Rooms
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