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A most exquisite Grade II listed village home which has been beautifully restored by the existing owners. A stylish contemporary glazed extension now links two historic buildings, successfully fusing the old and the new, providing a versatile and free-flowing family property. The attention to detail and craftsmanship is apparent throughout. Whilst great care has been taken to maintain the integrity and history of the original buildings, modern feature such as under-floor heating, heritage glass double glazing, a heat recovery system and zinc blinds to the electric Velux windows in the kitchen allow the property to benefit from 21st century advances. Whilst impressive throughout, the incredible open plan family kitchen fitted with bespoke cabinetry, granite worktops and featuring an inglenook fireplace provides an opportunity for both living and dining. This forms the central hub to the home. Sliding doors opening to the front courtyard and main garden provide a link to the outside space. This breath-taking room is further complemented by an additional three reception rooms located in the original De Lacy Cottage and De Lacy Hall, all of which enjoy great character. The bright and airy master bedroom is located on the ground floor and enjoys use of an ensuite shower room and dressing room, as well as plumbing for a free standing bath. Also located on this level is a shower/steam room with sauna which is currently under construction. An additional four bedrooms have use of a family bathroom with his-and-her sinks and shower room (under construction) all of which are located on the first floors. All rooms provide unique character features that contribute to its listed building status. As illustrated by the floorplan, the bedroom configuration is suitable for family living but could equally lend itself to providing privacy for a relative or for two families coming together. A utility/boot room, laundry room and an abundance of storage provide practical space required by most buyers. In conclusion, this stunning period home provides generous accommodation that is drenched in character whilst enjoying the benefits associated with a modern build. Property Ref: STR160265
The property is positioned close to the heart of the village and is located by driving through the most beautiful village green reputed to be the longest in England around which are pretty thatched cottages and distinctive period homes. Village cricket is still played on the green and ducks and geese mill around several ponds. Amenities within the village include Parish Church, Lakefield Church of England Primary School, Village shop, two Public houses, a Tennis Club and a Sailing Club. The A38 & M5 motorway are within a couple of miles and provide links with Gloucester, Cheltenham, the Midlands, Bristol and the South West. Intercity rail links to London (Paddington) are available from Stonehouse and Bristol (Parkway) at Cam. Dursley & Stroud are the nearest large towns providing comprehensive educational, leisure and shopping facilities.
A gravelled driveway provides parking for two to three vehicles. A screen courtyard lies to the front of the property with sliding doors opening to the open plan kitchen/living area. The main garden extends to the side and comprises a level lawn and paved entertainment area, lit and partially covered with an outdoor shower. This provides great opportunity for alfresco dining. A timber fort/climbing frame with slide offers recreational opportunities for young children.
Front & Rear Entrance Porch
51' Kitchen/Dining/Living Room
Family Room/Dining Room
Master Bedroom Suite with Dressing Room & En-Suite
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