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Tucked away in a village setting within striking distance of the local shop, public houses, ‘The Convent’, chic hotel and music venue, and primary school lies this terraced Cotswold stone period residence, believed to date back to the 18th century. The property offers an array of character features including two lovely stone fireplaces, one with wood-burning stove, flagstone floors and areas of exposed stone. On the ground floor a tiled reception room with kitchen area and rear access enjoys a stone fireplace and window seat. From here stairs rise to the first floor where a bedroom with double aspect windows, enjoying the countryside view and a bath and shower room, are positioned. A further staircase leads to the master bedroom, also with double aspect outlook and exposed 'A’ frame beams. A small courtyard lies behind the cottage with a pathway leading down to the enclosed and private garden. Property Ref: STR160281
South Woodchester is a picturesque Cotswold village located in an elevated position on the slopes of the Woodchester Valley between Stroud & Nailsworth. Local amenities offered by Woodchester include Primary School, 2 Public Houses, Post Office and Parish Church. Country walks are close at hand at Selsley Common, Woodchester Park (National Trust) and in the surrounding area, and a bicycle path (former railway line) passes through the village. Stroud & Nailsworth are both within approx. 2 miles and offer comprehensive shopping facilities, further educational opportunities and a wide variety of services. There is a main line railway station at Stroud with a direct link to London (Paddington).
A gated courtyard extends behind the cottage as does a very useful outbuilding currently utilised as a utility and for storage. A shared path leads to the gardens, the first of which being smaller in size and housing a garden shed. The main garden is laid to lawn, interspersed by trees and bounded by fencing making it well-enclosed and private. Outside lighting enables illumination of the area at night.
AGENTS NOTE - The property is accessed by a pathway to the front which is shared with the neighbour. A separate shared pathway provides access from the rear up onto the High Street.
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