A very spacious detached family home which enjoys a delightful rural setting backing on to open farmland at the rear. The property is located in the sought after hamlet of Hampton Fields, neighbouring the Royal Gatcombe Estate and the New Minchinhampton Golf Course. The property lies on the fringe of the popular market town of Minchinhampton where the common, extending to some 600 acres largely vested in the National Trust, lies to one side of the town whilst on the other side there is a spectacular series of deep wooded valleys providing delightful walks and the National bike route.
The well proportioned internal accommodation which is both light and airy is arranged over two floors benefiting from gas fired central heating and briefly comprising the following:- entrance porch/conservatory, entrance hall, sitting room with contemporary cast iron log burning stove, kitchen/dining room, two bedrooms, bathroom, study/bedroom 5 on the ground floor with landing two further bedrooms and bathroom on the floor above.
The property is approached through a five bar gate leading to ample parking for at least six vehicles and a turning area. The level gardens extending to approximately a third of an acre surround the property with a variety of mature trees, shrubs and an established Magnolia tree. The gardens are enclosed by both panelled fencing and Cotswold stone walling. There are various private seating area including a paved patio to take advantage of the sunny aspect. There is also a timber built summer house, greenhouse, bin store/storage shed, garden tool shed, outside WC and outside taps. For those seeking ‘The Good Life’ this garden offers every opportunity to be self-sufficient with plenty of space for vegetable beds, and an orchard. There is also a single DETACHED GARAGE measuring approx. 20’5″ x 9’8″with electric up and over door, power and light and small workshop area.
Hampton Fields is a rural hamlet on the outskirts of Minchinhampton where there is a selection of local facilities including post office, butchers, grocer and restaurants as well as a doctors’ surgery, library and well regarded primary school. More comprehensive shopping is available in both Nailsworth and Stroud, which are both some four miles away. Nailsworth benefits from a large selection of speciality shops including Williams Food Hall, the famous Hobbs House Bakery, The Yellow Lighted Bookshop, various clothing and gift shops, several cafes and a good selection of very well regarded restaurants. Stroud town enjoys a weekly farmers market, thriving cafe culture and regular arts based festivals. Stroud railway station provides regular services to London, Paddington and junctions of the M4 and M5 motorways are within easy reach.
Gas central heating, mains electricity, water and private drainage.
The council tax banding is F.
Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill,Westward Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 4UB Tel: 01453 766321