An attractive, attached period house situated in a quiet and tucked away location at the head of a no through road with southerly aspect and views across the valley at popular Brimscombe.
An attractive attached period property situated in an elevated position at the end of a no through road in Brimscombe. This tucked away location allows for lovely southerly views across the valley to fields and countryside whilst still being well placed for the amenities and train station of Stroud, with country walks and good schools just up the road at Eastcombe and Bussage. The cottage is traditionally built of dressed Cotswold stone under a pitched tiled roof with the spacious accommodation arranged over two floors.
Amenities at Brimscombe Corner include a post office, general stores and a good primary school at hand. Stroud town is approximately 2 miles distant with a wider range of shops and amenities, community and primary schooling, a leisure and sports centre, award winning weekly farmers market, and a main line railway station, with inter city services travelling to London (Paddington). Cirencester (10 miles), Cheltenham (18 miles) and Swindon (25 miles) are all within comfortable driving distance.
The cottage is traditionally built of dressed Cotswold stone under a pitched tiled roof with the spacious accommodation arranged over two floors. The property briefly comprises 25′ sitting room, dining room and kitchen with utility cupboard on the ground floor. A landing, 22′ main bedroom, bathroom and double bedroom two found on the first floor above.
Outside to the front is an attractive Cotswold stone walled garden with lovely stone slab, brick and gravelled areas, a wealth of mature, specimen shrubs and bushes and seasonal plants and flowers.