A handsome detached Cotswold stone character property located in the very heart of popular Uley; originally built in the 1890’s as a public house which has been the subject of improvement & extension.
This well balanced family home is arranged over three floors and situated in the very heart of a thriving village which boasts a vibrant local community; with an arts centre, café and primary school on the doorstep and fabulous woodland walks just up the lane. On the ground floor there is an entrance hall/boot room, a 21’ family room with double doors opening onto the garden, an inner hall, a utility with WC, a cosy sitting room with feature fireplace and wood burning stove, and a first-class 20’ kitchen/dining room, with a useful cellar below. A spacious landing occupies the first floor with two double bedrooms and a family bathroom, with a 14’ master bedroom, en suite shower room, and two further bedrooms at the top of the house all with wonderful views.
The front garden which is elevated from the road has been carefully landscaped and planted in a cottage garden style and to the rear there is a well-tended and spacious landscaped garden with lawn, established borders, vegetable beds, prolific apple trees and two useful patio areas. A shared driveway allows access to a gravelled parking bay which in turn has secure gated access to the rear garden.
Uley lies within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with an endless offering of breath-taking countryside to explore and boasts a well-regarded primary school, a doctors surgery and dispensary, a community run village shop/post office, a public house, a brewery and the Prema Art Centre which is a popular venue for local events. In addition to this there is a village playgroup and a multitude of clubs and activities for all age groups plus buses running to nearby towns for secondary comprehensive and Grammar schooling. The market town of Dursley lies 2 ½ miles away and offers a comprehensive range of local shops, two supermarkets, a library and a recently refurbished leisure centre in addition to well-regarded primary and secondary schools, various cafes and restaurants and of course the famous Old Spot public house. The popular town of Nailsworth lies within six miles and benefits from a large and comprehensive selection of speciality shops including Williams Food Hall, the famous Hobbs House Bakery, various clothing and gift shops, several cafes and a good selection of very well regarded restaurants. Nailsworth is also home to Forest Green Rovers Football Club where there are modern leisure/fitness facilities. At nearby Stroud less than 8 miles away there is a railway station offering main line services to London and Gloucester whilst Cam and Dursley station about 5 miles from Uley provides commuter links to Bristol. Junctions of the M4 and M5 motorways are within easy access.
Gas central heating, mains electricity, water and drainage.
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