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This property's price has dropped from £350,000 to Asking Price £295,000.
WATERSIDE - Located within a development of converted mill properties and selection of new builds on the outskirts of Nailsworth lies this impressive period terraced cottage. The property is situated close to National Trust land with beautiful walks and scenery whilst being within easy reach of the town of Nailsworth and Minchinhampton. Positioned over three floors the property offers well-proportioned accommodation to include a generous entrance hallway, kitchen/dining room with a range of fitted units and ample dining space, a cloakroom and a spacious sitting room. The first floor consists of two double bedrooms, both serviced by the family bathroom. On the second floor there is an attic bedroom with a central staircase and laundry facilities to one end. Property Ref: STR160056.
This property is featured by our Waterside department.
The house is located within the well-established Longfords Mill development by the reputable developer Builders Ede. It is an extremely sought after area on the rural fringes of Minchinhampton, nestling in a tranquil and idyllic position on the edge of the Cotswold escarpment. The popular former market town of Minchinhampton is famed for its unspoilt beauty and offers a pleasant village environment, with a selection of essential shops and services, including doctors' surgery, dentist, library, optician, excellent primary school, parish church, social and sports club. Vast acres of National Trust common land and open countryside surround of village and the nearby town of Stroud offers more extensive facilities together with a main line railway station bringing London (Paddington) within 90 minutes travelling time. Kemble railway station is 10 miles away with 80 minutes travel to London (Paddington).
The property enjoys 14 acres of communal grounds with a variety of beautiful walks and an abundance of wildlife including a resident heron, ducks, deer and many rare species of bird life. A paved courtyard lies to the front of the cottage with a path leading to the two parking spaces. The rear balcony is access from the sitting room and offers a decked area suitable for alfresco dining in a peaceful setting overlooking the stream.
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