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This pretty 'Arts and Craft' style detached house, constructed of Cotswold stone under a distinctive high pitched roof, sits opposite the beautiful Minchinhampton Common. There are character features typical of its period and design including stone mullion windows, exposed internal beams and wooden doors with black hand-forged ironmongery such as thumb latches. Also both the drawing room and dining room have open fires. This extended residence has been improved both internally and externally. An area on the ground floor was created for an elderly relative; this annexe-style arrangement offers great flexibility as it could be opened up into the main house, if preferred. On entry a small hallway opens up into the formal dining room. This room is centrally placed within the house and access to the sun room, drawing room, kitchen, utility, cloakroom, home office and stairs can all be found from this point. The drawing room is a particularly delightful room due to its multiple aspects and good proportions. The home office benefits from a secondary front entrance. The kitchen is fitted out with cream coloured units on a stone tiled floor with an electric Aga. An internal feature window and opening leads to the breakfast room which boasts one of the best views in the house. Access into a sitting room with patio doors leading out to a decked area and an opening into the kitchenette. The shower room are also located off this room. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, one with an ensuite shower, the rest are serviced by a refitted family bathroom. Property Ref: STR160220
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.
A Cotswold stone boundary wall lies at the front with a central gated entrance leading to a circular drive with plenty of private parking. There are various mature trees and a small lawned area which runs around the one side of the house to the rear. The rear garden, with its staggering open aspect across a jointly owned field to the valley beyond, is absolutely fantastic and obviously a major selling point. Believed to have once had a tennis court this enclosed level lawn has abundantly filled flower borders on both sides. The rear boundary is also an attractive Cotswold stone wall.
Agents Note: This house has a part share in the field behind.
2 Reception Rooms
Kitchen into Breakfast Room
Sitting Room with Kitchenette
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