This Cotswold Stone cottage is situated in the much sought- after hamlet of Brownshill, some 5 miles east of Stroud. The location, whilst enjoying a tranquil country setting, has easy access to local shops, well regarded schools, and all amenities in nearby Bussage, Eastcombe, Chalford and Bisley. The property, once a village shop, is built with Cotswold Stone under a pitched tile roof, with the well-sized accommodation arranged over two floors. Briefly, the property comprises a 21′ sitting/dining room with feature fireplace and wood burner, kitchen/breakfast room, inner lobby, downstairs shower room with WC and wash basin, through- room, currently used as a study leading to a conservatory on the ground floor. A landing, master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite four piece bathroom, and two further double bedrooms are on the first floor.
The southwest facing gardens are predominantly to the front of the cottage and are surrounded by Cotswold stone walling. There is a gated driveway with large gravelled parking area, a level lawn, well stocked borders, and mature fig, cherry and apple trees, small vegetable plot, greenhouse and sheds. There are four diverse paved seating areas at various locations in the garden.
Brownshill is a popular hill top village with views across the valley to Minchinhampton and country walks on the doorstep. It, along with the neighbouring villages of Bussage, Eastcombe, Chalford and Bisley, enjoy a range of community activities. There are excellent local primary schools and highly regarded secondary schools such as Thomas Keble, Archway, Deer Park, Marling Grammar School and Stroud High School all within easy access and/or on designated school bus routes. Post office, doctors’ surgery, dispensing chemist, village shops, farm shops, pubs/eateries can be found in the local vicinity. More extensive facilities are available in Stroud, Nailsworth, Cirencester, Tetbury, Cheltenham and Gloucester including shops, colleges, leisure centres, the award winning weekly farmers market in Stroud, theatres, cinemas, etc. There are main line railway stations at Stroud and Kemble with direct services to London (Paddington) taking approximately 75 minutes from Kemble. Cheltenham, Gloucester, Bristol and Swindon are all within easy daily commuting distance.
We are informed that mains electric, gas and water are connected to the property. Drainage via a septic tank.
Band = E
Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill,Westward Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 4UB Tel: 01453 766321