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An imposing Grade II listed family home offering spacious and versatile accommodation, having undergone renovation by the current owners, whilst retaining an abundance of character features including pretty fireplaces, stone mullion windows with window seats, and an array of exposed beams. Positioned across three floors the accommodation currently consists of entrance hallway leading to the sitting room with gas fired stove and doors opening to the garden, utility/preparation kitchen, family room with exposed Cotswold stone fireplace housing a wood burning stove and dining room leading through to the refitted kitchen. The extended kitchen offers a range of base levels units, a centre island and bi-fold doors out to the patio and garden. Additional areas on the ground floor include a separate cloakroom. The first floor bedrooms can be accessed via two separate staircases where the light and airy master bedroom benefits from a newly fitted en-suite shower room, whilst two further bedrooms are serviced by the family bathroom and separate shower room. On the second floor there are a further two bedrooms and a study. A currently un-used cellar is located beneath the property. Property Ref: STR160331.
The nearby Cotswold town of Stroud provides excellent shopping facilities, a high standard of education with a good variety of state, grammar and private schools in the immediate vicinity as well as a wide range of recreational facilities with a leisure centre in Stroud, canal walks and many golf courses in the area. Communications are also very good with a mainline railway station in Stroud bringing London (Paddington) within 90 minutes travelling time, and the centres of Gloucester, Cheltenham, Bath, Bristol & Swindon are all easily accessible, as are the M4 and M5 motorways.
The property is positioned off a private driveway behind electric iron gates with its own driveway and parking for an array of vehicles, together with access to the double garage and a versatile outbuilding/studio. Steps down from the parking area lead to the family gardens which are mainly laid to lawn bordered by an array of shrubs and plants, fencing and a selection of trees. A private patio is situated by the kitchen, which enjoys views across to Selsley Common and makes a great space for entertaining.
Utility Room/Preparation Kitchen
En-suite Shower Room
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