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Occupying a most desirable position on the edge Minchinhampton with views of and opening onto National Trust Common land, lies this detached ‘Arts and Crafts’ style home. Having undergone an extensive programme of extension and renovation by the existing owners, the property now provides fantastic family accommodation that is comprehensive in size, measuring an impressive 3621sq. feet and beautifully appointed. The wonderful family kitchen forms the hub to the house providing opportunity for dining and an ideal spot to sit and enjoy the sun from the pretty oak framed extension. Fitted with a sleek and stylish kitchen, with granite worktops, double oven, warming drawer, microwave oven and induction hob, the room also boasts well designed storage, a breakfast bar and doors to the garden. As illustrated by the floor plan, the ground floor offers a further four receptions rooms these are currently used as a music room, formal sitting room with open fire and doors to the garden, playroom and a most inviting drawing room fitted with reclaimed wood panelling, drinks cabinet and wood burning stove, with doors providing access to the garden and decked seating terrace.
The property is similarly well served with bedrooms. These are positioned on the first floor with the master bedroom being most noteworthy, in part due to its size but also due to its large dressing room and well appointed en-suite bathroom. A further three bedrooms are served by a large family bathroom with separate shower cubicle. From the boot room a further staircase rises to an extremely useful guest suite comprising bedroom with ensuite and an office/bedroom 6. This provides excellent accommodation for those requiring an independent and private home office, or bedroom accommodation for a live- in Nanny or older child.
Minchinhampton is a delightful historic Cotswold market town. It offers a selection of shops and services including doctors, dentist, library, Church of England primary school, Parish Church, social and sports clubs. This pretty town has excellent golfing facilities incorporating the Old and new Courses and is surrounded by vast acres of open National Trust common land. Nearby towns of Stroud & Cirencester offer extensive facilities including farmers markets' together with mainline railway stations in Stroud and Kemble bringing London (Paddington) within 90 minutes travelling time. There is a great choice of educational establishments in the area including Beaudesert prep School, Wycliffe College and two grammar schools within Stroud. There are further educational colleges in both Stroud & Cirencester.
Electric gates open to a gravelled driveway leading to a double garage. One side of the garage has been altered to currently provide room for a gym, yet could easily be restored if required. Gardens extend to three sides of the house with the front garden providing a screened vegetable plot, storage area and pedestrian gate onto Besbury Lane. The side and rear garden offer multiple opportunities for alfresco dining, entertainment and enjoyment of the sun throughout the day. A decked seating terrace extends directly beyond the drawing room whilst a paved seating terrace lies adjacent to the sitting room. Laid to a level lawn and interspersed by mature shrubs and trees, a children’s play area surfaced with bark lies to the east elevation and summer house to the far corner.
Agents Note: The property is currently being connected to the mains drainage.
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