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Tucked away in the picturesque Cotswold village of
Bisley, set within an large enclosed level plot with
plentiful parking, this beautiful detached home has been lovingly updated by the current owners to now provide well presented accommodation of great character. Period features are in abundance both internally and eternally and include a traditional bell pull, ornate facia, and an unusual beamed ceiling in the sitting room as well as feature fireplaces. From a reception hall, doors open to the living space which includes two formal reception rooms; a dining room with multi-fuel stove and the sitting room enjoying renovated sash windows with wooden shutters and double aspect outlook to the garden. The charming kitchen is fitted with shaker style cabinetry and opens to a contemporary garden/breakfast room, allowing for year round enjoyment of the garden. A convenient utility/cloakroom is also located on the ground floor. A family bathroom fitted with traditional suite including a bath and separate shower cubicle serve three bedrooms, whilst a box room/store room has potential to be converted into a shower room Property Ref: STR180024
The village of Bisley is a pretty example of a traditional Cotswold village with a wealth of period Cotswold stone buildings at its centre. It lies between the Chalford & Painswick valleys to the west of Cirencester and east of Stroud. The village, which is located in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, boasts two pubs, avillage store/Post Office, primary school, village hall and Parish Church. Neighbouring villages have additional medical facilities, secondary schools and other shops. Roads radiate from Bisley to Stroud (4 miles),Cirencester (12 miles), Gloucester (16 miles) & Cheltenham (12 miles) via scenic routes. London (Paddington) Intercity train services are available at Stroud and Kemble.
Set in a total plot of 0.2 acres, enclosed by Cotswold stone walling, a gated gravelled driveway provides parking for multiple vehicles. The garden is in the majority laid to lawn interspersed by flower borders and mature trees and includes a log store and garden shed. A sheltered patio lies directly adjacent to the sun room providing opportunity for alfresco dining.
Kitchen opening into the Garden/Breakfast Room
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