A light and spacious family home situated in a lovely hillside position in the popular village of Ruscombe. This elevated location allows for stunning views across open countryside and good walks on the door step with local amenities and three well regarded schools, one in Randwick and two just down the hill at Whiteshill and Paganhill. Ruscombe is a popular village North of Stroud centre. Country walks are found around the area, with a store down the road at Paganhill. The shops, amenities and train station (London Paddington approx 90 minutes) of Stroud are a couple of miles away, with a wider range of shops and facilities found at Cheltenham and Gloucester.
AGENTS NOTE: This property is subject to section 157 of the Housing Act 1985 as it is an ex‐local authority property and is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The section 157 requires that the property should be marketed solely to local people for a minimum period of eight weeks before the council will consider an application for consent from a person who does not automatically qualify for it. Consent is automatically given if the buyer has lived and/or worked in the area for three years or more. The property is restricted to use as a main residence and not as a second holiday home.
The property is built using traditional methods of Cotswold stone under a pitched tiled roof with accommodation comprising an entrance hallway with stairs to the first floor, 19′ living room with doors to the lean to/conservatory, open plan kitchen/diner with a contemporary fitted kitchen with useful storage and shelving, and a stable door to the side of the property. First floor comprises a good size landing with a window to the side taking in the views, three good size bedrooms, and family bathroom. Further benefits include gas central heating, double glazing, engineered oak flooring throughout the ground floor and no onward chain.
The property offers good size gardens to three sides with a pathway and lawned garden to the front, paved side garden with access to the property and a good size rear westerly facing rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn and is enclosed by a boundary wall and fence and has views to the rear across fields.