A lovely example of a quintessential Cotswold stone village property situated in the very heart of sought after Bisley with gardens, parking and retaining many character features.
A lovely detached character property situated in a quiet spot in the heart of sought after Bisley. This popular village enjoys a thriving community, with local amenities and a well regarded primary school close by and countryside walks just up the road. The property is built using traditional methods from Cotswold stone under a pitched tile roof, with spacious and flexible accommodation arranged over three floors.
Bisley is a superb Cotswold Village situated in an elevated spot a few miles East of Stroud. Well known and regarded for a bustling village community and attractive, character properties, it benefits from a post office, good school and two public houses. Stroud town is close by and amenities there include supermarkets, local speciality stores, a hospital and the award winning weekly farmers market. There is also a main line railway station, with a direct London (Paddington) service. Gloucester, Cheltenham, Cirencester and Bristol are all within comfortable driving distance.
An entrance hall, cloakroom with WC, 13′ sitting room with feature fire place, 24′ living/dining room with open fire, kitchen/breakfast room, large utility, useful storage room (restricted head room), and 15′ studio can be found on the ground floor. A lovely study/bedroom five is accessed via a staircase from the studio with the remainder of the first floor accommodation reached from the staircase in the hall. This comprises a landing, three double bedrooms, family bathroom and a 15′ bedroom with stairs up to 23′ attic room. Prospective buyers may wish to remodel the kitchen and utility to their own standard but will be delighted with the original character features found throughout the property.
The interior is complemented by a timber built carport and storage with further ample driveway parking and a workshop/log store. The mature, gardens are level and enclosed by Cotswold stone walls and hedging with lawns, well established, planted borders and a wealth of specimen planting with shrubs, bushes and trees including a rather well known Palm tree.