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Occupying a desirable Cotswold setting in the pretty hamlet of Bournes Green, lies this detached and extended period home. Farthings provides family accommodation and enjoys great character throughout. Features include mullion windows, a wonderful inglenook fireplace forming a warming focal point to the sitting room and exposed beams. From an entrance hall, oak doors open to a reception hall from which doors radiate to the living space, cloakroom and a staircase rises to the first floor. The sociable kitchen with vaulted ceiling offers room for dining, wooden floors, a range of wall and base units and a double aspect outlook. The generous sitting room with inglenook fireplace and mullion windows provides access to an impressive sun room with solid roof and French doors opening to the garden. This wonderful room enables year round enjoyment of the well-stocked garden. Three bedrooms served by a family bathroom are positioned on the first floor with the second bedroom boasting double aspect mullion windows. The master bedroom suite is located on the second floor and is served by a stylish en-suite wet room.
The property occupies a prime location within the sought-after hamlet of Bournes Green, to the side of the parish common land. The nearby villages of Bisley & Oakridge Lynch are equally just 1 mile away and provide public houses, primary schools, general stores with Post Offices and Parish Churches. Bournes Green has an amazing network of footpaths around it, ideal for the keen walker. The surrounding area is renowned for it's natural beauty and are well situated, being 7 miles west of Cirencester and 6 miles east of Stroud. Education in the local villages and towns are excellent incorporating a selection of state, independent and grammar schooling. The nearby M4 and M5 motorways provide access to Cheltenham, Gloucester, Bristol, Swindon and the West Midlands. Mainline stations are at Stroud and Kemble and link directly with the train service to London (Paddington).
Having been lovingly planted over the years the house is surrounded by very pretty traditional gardens. Partly bounded by Cotswold stone walling, the main garden is laid to lawn yet flanked by vibrant well-stocked borders. An attractive sheltered patio area with a water feature leads off the garden room offering the opportunity for outside dining. Often a rarity in such a typical Cotswold setting, Farthings boasts a double garage and a gated gravelled driveway providing parking for multiple vehicles. The garage benefits from full planning permission for conversion into an office/studio/bedroom.
AGENTS NOTE: Planning permission has been granted to convert and extend the existing garage to provide habitable accommodation. Ref:- S.18/0571/HHOLD.
Master Bedroom with en-suite Shower Room
3 Further Bedrooms
Detached Double Garage
Planning permission to convert Garage
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