Guide Price £485,000
A beautiful example of a charming three bedroom Grade II listed Cotswold stone cottage set in the quintessentially Cotswold village of Bisley with large living/dining room and long garden
A very well-presented Grade II listed modernised cottage set in a quiet spot within the village of Bisley. Bisley benefits from a local convenience store/post office, two village pubs and a well-established popular primary school. The property is built using traditional methods and the accommodation is arranged over three floors. The accommodation on the ground floor comprises a 15’ fitted kitchen with access to the outside, a boiler/pantry cupboard and integrated induction hob, double oven, fridge and dishwasher, a 22’ living/dining room with high ceilings, feature stone stair case, woodburner, oak flooring, understairs storage and a lobby/study area also with access to the garden. On the first floor is the landing, 8’ single bedroom, modern bathroom with roll top tub and separate shower as well as a 12’ bedroom with integrated wardrobe storage. The two bedrooms benefit from stone mullion windows and window seats. The top floor is home to a charming 23’ dual aspect bedroom with ensuite w/c and large integrated wardrobe. Windows to the front of the property enjoy a lovely south easterly aspect so has a bright sunny feel in the bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen and living room. The property benefits from gas central heating and a 14’ utility room within the outbuilding that benefits from a w/c. There are character features throughout from the fireplace and stone stair case to the stone mullion windows and window shutters. The current vendor has improved the property by opening up the living/dining room, modernising the kitchen and bathroom, installing a new combi-boiler, new flooring as well as general decoration to name a few things.
The interior is complemented by having a long front garden. The entrance path from Wells Road leads past the house and the utility room to the garden. The patio seating area with Cotswold stone wall and lawn can be found immediately in front of the kitchen. The lawn enclosed by hedge continues down to the bottom of the garden which opens up to a shepherds hut and a more open aspect back across the back of the village and over the valley.
Bisley benefits from a village shop with post office, a well-established primary school, a church and two village pubs. This location also allows for easy access to the shops and amenities of Stroud, Cirencester and Cheltenham. Stroud town benefits from a variety of local independent shops and stores, art galleries, pubs serving locally supplied beers and ciders and plenty of cafes, bars and restaurants to eat and socialise. The wider area has a wide range of shops and amenities, including supermarkets, a hospital, state and private schools, a leisure and sports centre, award-winning weekly farmers’ market and a main line railway station with inter-city services travelling to London (Paddington). Cirencester (10 miles), Cheltenham (15 miles) and Swindon (25 miles) are all within comfortable driving.
We are informed that all mains services are connected.
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Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill,Westward Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 4UB Tel: 01453 766321