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Located in the popular hamlet of Newmarket and set within walking distance of Nailsworth centre, lies this substantial detached modern family home. The property enjoys an elevated position affording rural views across the surrounding landscape. Beautifully presented, the accommodation is arranged over three floors and offers versatility throughout. Particular features include a fully fitted kitchen with gas Aga, and a sitting room with double aspect windows. Further accommodation on the ground floor include a snug with a wood-burning stove, dining room, utility and cloakroom. A master bedroom with en-suite can be located on the first floor along with three further bedrooms and the family bathroom. On the second floor you will find two further bedrooms. The property benefits from outline planning permission to create a secondary dwelling within the grounds. Further information can be located on Stroud District Councils planning portal S.18/0795/OUT. Property Ref: STR180055.
Nailsworth is a pretty Cotswold market town. It offers a wide selection of shops, services and restaurants, including an award winning delicatessen & bakery, florist, craft shops and supermarkets. The proximity of the A46 Bath Road ensures access to a number of major towns and routes. Stroud, the principal urban centre locally, is approx. 4.5 miles away where more extensive educational, shopping and leisure facilities are available. For the long distance traveller, a main line railway station with regular train services to London (Paddington) can be found at Stroud. Above Nailsworth, approx. 1 mile away, is Minchinhampton Common, 600 acres of open common land providing opportunities for walking, golf and a vantage point for extensive Cotswold views over the Stroud Valleys.
A gated tarmac drive lined by Cotswold stone walling and flower borders offers parking for several vehicles. Two raised decked seating areas extend to the front and side of the property and offer ideal spots from which enviable views can be enjoyed. The property also enjoys a summer house and garden sheds. A lot of the garden is sloped but in turn creates a private space.
Master Bedroom with En-suite
Four Further Bedrooms
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