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Situated in the popular area of Middleyard within a mile of Selsley Common lies this most charming semi-detached Grade II listed Cotswold stone cottage, believed to have been a former weavers school. The property offers pretty gardens with fabulous countryside views. Situated over two floors the accommodation as shown on the floor plan offers versatile accommodation with many features typical of its origin including an old inglenook fireplace and exposed Cotswold stone walls. As illustrated on the floor plan the 17' sitting room/dining room leads on to the kitchen and refitted bath and shower room. The conservatory has been added to the cottage and has been constructed using matching stone. Two bedrooms are located on the first floor, both benefiting from lovely outlooks. Property Ref: STR160214
Middleyard is a hamlet lying below Stanley & Penn Woods between the villages of Selsley and Kings Stanley. The property is located on the fringe of the historic village of Kings Stanley where there are several small shops, Post Office, primary school, inn, a playground, sports field, hairdressers and Parish Church. An excellent selection of schooling is found in the area including state, independent and two grammar schools. There are train services at Stonehouse (2 miles) and Stroud (4 miles) that travel to London (Paddington) together with a train service from Cam & Dursley providing access to Bristol, Gloucester and Cardiff. Junction 13 of the M5 motorway is just 4 miles distant which gives access to Gloucester, Cheltenham, Bristol & Cardiff. A fabulous award winning farmers' market takes place on Saturday mornings in Stroud and the Cotswold Way is just 100 metres away from the property.
This substantial garden is a particular feature of this property with pretty, enclosed gardens situated to the rear encompassed by a range of established trees and shrubs with beautiful countryside views. At the top of the garden you will find vegetable beds and a range of sheds and a greenhouse, ideal for the keen gardener.
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