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This substantial house is the main section of what was formerly a dower house for the neighbouring estate. Steeped in local history, parts of the building date back to the early 17th Century when there was a woollen mill on the site called "New Mills". The mill changed hands several times before it was rebuilt again around 1840 forming the central part of the development. Character features complement contemporary fashionable living, including a modern kitchen and bathrooms.
As shown in the floor plan, the rooms are well-proportioned, however, the high ceilings and large sash windows cannot be viewed unless an internal inspection is carried out. Particular features include large reception hall, fireplaces in the drawing room and dining room, window shutters, wooden and flagstone flooring. The property enjoys 4 bedrooms with a family bath and shower room and a 'Jack & Jill' shower room. Property Ref: STR180051.
Ferney is a secret "hamlet style" area on the outskirts of Dursley, a former market town. Within the thriving town a range of shopping and recreational facilities can be found, including a supermarket, a gym with exercise studio and indoor pool and Doctors’ Surgery. The area enjoys a variety of educational facilities and schools for all ages including the highly-regarded Rednock Secondary School. It is also within the catchment area of the Stroud Grammar Schools and a good selection of Independent Schools are within easy distance. Nearby Kemble, Stroud and Stonehouse railway stations provide a direct line to London (Paddington), whilst train services also operate to Bristol & Gloucester from nearby Cam and Dursley Station. Being situated close to the Cotswold Way the property provides opportunities for walking.
The property is accessed by a shared driveway, leading to two private parking spaces. The garden to the front of the property is mainly laid to lawn and a courtyard with further enclosed terraced lawns lies to the rear. Beautiful rural countryside surrounds the area with the Cotswold Way providing opportunities for walking, and Stinchcombe Golf Course set amongst hilltop common land offers panoramic views over the Cotswolds and Severn Vale.
'Jack & Jill' Shower Room
Bath & Shower Room
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