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Occupying a fantastic Cotswold setting, nestled in the heart of the village lies this detached period home. The property has undergone an extensive renovation and sympathetic extension by the existing owners to now provides substantial family living measuring an impressive 3408 sq. ft. Rich in character, features are in abundance throughout and include, exposed beams, feature fireplaces, window seats and bespoke windows. Accommodation is arranged predominantly across two floors with the addition of a converted cellar providing a fantastic 'den' for children. The generous family kitchen forms the central hub to the house, with room for dining and has been fitted with a timeless bespoke kitchen with granite worktops and a range of appliances. A pretty sitting room with stone fireplace opens to a conservatory with views across the garden, stairs rise to the first floor. A second sitting room with parquet flooring Cotswold stone fireplace and woodburner offers yet further living space. Adjoining this is an additional reception room, currently used as home office off which a second staircase rises to the first floor. All bedrooms are located on the second floor, with the master bedroom being most impressive owing to its size, dressing room and en suite shower room. Bedroom two similarly boasts and en suite shower room whilst the remaining 4 bedrooms are served by a family bathroom. Other useful facilities include a utility room and entrance hall/boot room with flagstone floor.
Chalford Hill is a hillside village overlooking Cotswold scenery, studded throughout its winding lanes and quaint corners with cottages and Cotswold stone homes. Encircled by rolling Cotswold countryside, the neighbouring vicinity offers a Parish Church, inns, local shop and recreational facilities. Scenic routes lead through picturesque countryside and radiate to the major centres of Cheltenham, Gloucester, Cirencester & Stroud. Main line railway services run from Stroud, and Kemble near Cirencester, providing links with London (Paddington). Stroud boasts an award-winning Farmers' Market every Saturday. The village boasts a highly regarded Primary School whilst the local area provides independent, state and two grammar schools.
A gravel drive and garage provide parking for several vehicles, whilst a Cotswold stone outbuilding and timber outbuilding provide plentiful outside storage. Gardens extend to the south and east elevation, with a sheltered paved seating terrace offering the perfect opportunity for outside dining. Laid to lawn and artificial turf the garden enjoys a feature pond, mature planting and is securely gated for children and animals.
Agents note: Two outbuildings belonging to the neighbouring property attach to the rear of the house.
Entrance Hall/Boot Room
Master Bedroom with Dressing Room & En Suite Shower Room
Further 5 Bedrooms
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