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Cadogan Grange was originally a detached agricultural barn connected to Bisley Farm. It is believed that in the 1980s it was partially converted into a residential property with further adaptation in the 1990s. It is located down a country lane on the fringes of the village. This unique Cotswold stone residence benefits from versatile accommodation; it was utilised as a main house with interconnecting carer/nanny modifications. There is huge potential to reconfigure the present layout (this can be clearly seen on the floor plan) in addition to further alterations to create more internal space (subject to building regulations and planning permission). This village residence would also benefit from modernisation. Aspects of interest are exposed beams, window seats, some exposed internal Cotswold stone walls and a splendid open area from floor-to-roof height with a vaulted ceiling connecting via a second staircase to a reception room on the ground and first floor with a minstrel-style landing and open attic area. This first floor reception room has a door leading to an external stone staircase. Cadogan Grange needs to be seen to be appreciated. No onward chain. Property Ref: STR160055
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 and 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) and Cheltenham (13.5 miles) via scenic routes. London (Paddington) intercity train services are available at Stroud and Kemble.
Double gates lead to the gravelled driveway. There are copious amounts of parking in addition to a large tandem garage measuring 47'4" x 17'0" with an up-and-over electric door. From inside the garage there are four separate storage areas which were formerly pig pens. The external sties are still in place but require renovation. There is also a small area of ground behind the garage and further grounds fully surround the property. The front is mainly laid to gravel with paved patios and to the side and rear there is an expanse of lawn with a variety of trees and shrubs allowing for privacy. The summerhouse requires attention. At the rear of the plot is an area which still has agricultural status. If the next owner wished to develop this into formal gardens they would require change of use. The paddock behind can now be purchased with the property under separate negotiations. It has independent vehicular access off the lane. (There will be an uplift clause on the paddock - details to be confirmed).
4 Reception Rooms
downstairs Bedroom with En-suite
downstairs Wet Room
5 further Bedrooms
Jack & Jill Bathroom
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