This detached Grade II listed residence is tucked away in a traffic free setting within this pretty Cotswold village & enjoys charming views across the churchyard & village roof tops. The property requires updating & consists: Sitting/dining room with open fire, Kitchen/breakfast room with Aga & pantry & cloakroom. On the first floor there are two bedrooms facing the front, one with ensuite shower & hand wash basin, a further bedroom at the rear overlooks the pretty garden, and a family bathroom. From the landing wooden steps lead up to a converted attic with window. Particular character features include stone mullion windows with leaded light effect and window seats.
Bisley is a designated conservation area due to the interesting mix of listed houses & buildings, cottages, and individual homes. Within this historic Cotswold village is a Post Office/shop, churches, inns & a primary school. Neighbouring villages have medical facilities, secondary schools and other shops. Roads radiate from Bisley to Stroud, Cirencester, Gloucester & Cheltenham. London (Paddington) train services are available at Stroud & Kemble (south of Cirencester) reaching the capital in approx. 90 minutes.
A traditional courtyard garden enclosed by Cotswold stone walling & railings extends to the front of the property with a lockable undercover walkway to the rear (a great place for the recycling bins). To the rear lies a pretty terraced garden with patio, similarly bounded by Cotswold stone walling, and interspersed by mature flower borders. Super views across the churchyard.
The main residence is not registered with land registry but the garage & parking are. They are located off Wells Road.
Courtyard to Front
Pretty Rear Garden
Garage & Private Parking