A spacious property that has been extended over the years but has retained its charm and character situated in a rural location at Frocester, some miles West of Stroud. This position allows for easy access to local amenities and motorway junctions whilst bordering fields. The property is built using traditional methods under a pitched tiled roof with the accommodation arranged over two floors.
Frocester is a charming small village which lies just beneath the Cotswold escarpment located 4 miles west of Stroud and offers idyllic rural living but still retaining excellent rail and motorway transport links. Frocester was once the site of a Roman settlement but now offers a well-regarded public house, excellent cricket facilities at Frocester Cricket Club which also host the long running Frocester Beer Festival which has been known to run over 100 bars. The nearby town of Stonehouse offers a wide range of amenities to include banks, post office, local schools, supermarkets and butchers. The main line railway station provides a direct route to London, Paddington and Junction 13 of the M5 motorway is approximately 2 miles away.
The property is built using traditional methods under a pitched tiled roof with the accommodation arranged over two floors comprising; an entrance vestibule and hallway with stairs to the first floor, open to a spacious and light living/family room with views over the cricket ground, a beautiful sitting room with inglenook fireplace and sliding double doors to the garden. A formal dining room which is of a good size and leads onto the fitted kitchen/breakfast room. There is also a useful utility, store and WC to the well-arranged ground floor accommodation. The first floor accommodation offers a large landing which is currently arranged as a study area and doors to all other rooms. The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, large dressing area and a balcony with views over the cricket ground and surrounding countryside. There are four further bedrooms which are all of a good size and a family shower room.
A feature of the property is the stunning surrounding gardens which are just over half an acre in size and have been well maintained over the years. The majority of the garden is laid to lawn with a huge array of shrubs, plants and mature trees and also has a stream running through it. There are several seating areas around the garden which has lovely uninterrupted views over the cricket ground. The garden is enclosed and offers off street parking for several cars, a garage and workshop with stairs to the delightful balcony.