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Occupying an elevated south-facing position, in an area of outstanding natural beauty with views across the valley, lies this detached period home. Having been lovingly modernised by the existing owners Pickwick House provides bright and well-proportioned family accommodation rich is character and style. Features are prominent throughout and include sash windows feature fireplaces and tall ceilings. On the ground floor the sitting room boasts a double aspect outlook and focal firpelace with woodburning stove inset. The sociable family kitchen opens to a dining room with exposed wooden floor and period fireplace. similarly with a double aspect outlook the room is flooded with light and enjoys access directly to the rear garden. A utility/boot room provides further useful family space. Stairs from the hallway rise to the first floor where 3 bedrooms and a contemporary family bathroom are positioned. Particular mention must be made of the master bedroom enjoying a sash window to the front elevation and ensuite facility. A staircase rise to the second floor where a further two attic bedrooms are located.
The property occupies an elevated setting in Brimscombe, a small village on the outskirts of Stroud town centre. Local day-to-day amenities can be found within Brimscombe, including village inn, shop and primary school. The A419 travels along the Brimscombe Valley and connects Stroud & Cirencester, each town offering a wide selection of shops, educational and recreational facilities. Above Brimscombe lies some 600 acres of commonland vested in the National Trust and known as Minchinhampton Common. A direct line to London Paddington runs from nearby Kemble and Stroud railway stations.
A pretty garden flanked by flower borders and bounded hedging, extends to the front of the property. A gated driveway provides access to the former garage, now used as an artist studio with store. The majority of gardens lies to the rear and afford elevated rural views across Brimscombe and down the valley to the countryside beyond. Steps down from the kitchen lead to a further lawned garden, maturely planted and enjoying a southfacing aspect. A useful cellar/workshop is positioned beneath the main house whilst the garage has been converted into a artist’s studio with attached store.
Kitchen opening to Dining Room
Master Bedroom with En-Suite Bathroom
Four Further Bedrooms
Studio & Store (previously the garage)
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