A pretty extended end of terrace Cotswold stone cottage situated in a lovely position in popular Brownshill with a superb 24' kitchen/family room, three bedrooms and a large garden.
A well presented character property situated in a lovely elevated spot at popular Brownshill. This location enjoys a good village community and easy access to local amenities and good schools, with countryside walks on the doorstep. The property is built using traditional methods under a pitched roof and has been the subject of improvement and clever extension, with accommodation arranged over three floors.
Brownshill is a popular hill top village a few miles East of Stroud with countryside walks on the door step. It, along with the neighbouring villages of Chalford, Bussage and Eastcombe, enjoys a bustling village community. There are excellent primary schools in nearby Chalford, Bussage and Eastcombe as well as the highly regarded secondary schools of Thomas Keble, Deer Park, Marling, Stroud High School and Pate’s Grammar all within easy access and/or on designated school bus routes. A post office, doctors surgery and local shops serve the immediate area with wider facilities available in Stroud, Nailsworth and Cirencester including shops, colleges, leisure centres and the award winning weekly farmers market in Stroud. There are main line railway stations at both Stroud and Kemble with a direct service to London (Paddington), taking around 75 minutes from Kemble. Cheltenham, Bristol and Swindon are all within easy daily commuting distance.
An entrance hall, sitting room with fireplace and lovely 24’ kitchen/family room with utility area are on the ground floor. A landing, two bedrooms and a bathroom are on the first floor, with a double bedroom at the top of the house, on the second floor.
There is a pretty paved front garden with borders stocked with a variety of shrubs. A path leads around to the side of the house and the front door, with an enclosed level garden to the rear of the house, with lawns and a sleeper path to the back gate. There is another, long area of garden offset behind this. This area is perfect for growing vegetables and garden produce, with several cultivated areas, a shed and an insulated double glazed workshop. The garden stretches back, with a level lawn at the bottom of the plot with fruit trees and bushes.
AGENTS NOTE – There is a right of way across the rear of the terrace, behind the first area of garden for the use of the terrace. No. 2 has a right of way to carry coal 5 times a year via the side access.