This charming nineteenth century semi-detached cottage is very well proportioned and enjoys a desirable country lane setting in the popular semi-rural village of Stinchombe. The house has character and charm in abundance along with beautiful far reaching rural views. The accommodation comprises of a spacious living room, separate dining room, kitchen open to an informal eating area and a conservatory, upstairs there is a spacious landing leading to three double bedrooms and a family shower room. The cottage is set back from the lane by the front garden and double garage, whilst a pleasant and private garden with an aspect over open fields extends from the rear. We highly recommend a prompt viewing of this lovely semi-detached home which is offered with no onward chain. (EPC-F)
Stinchcombe is found in a country setting between the villages of North Nibley and Cam. As the name suggests, the village has taken its name from the nearby Stinchcombe Hill. It is located on the B4060 where you drive past the Village Hall, Playing field and Rugby Club. Turning off to the picturesque centre of the village the lane will take you to the Church. Stinchcombe Golf Club is well established and located on the Cotswold Escarpment enjoying fantastic open views across the Severn Vale. There are many beautiful country walks and bridleways, not least the Cotswold Way in the immediate vicinity. Cam has a supermarket approx 1.4 miles away, Dursley has Rednock Secondary School approx 1.7 miles, whilst the M5 Junction 14 is approx 7.3 miles.
Accommodation & Services
A Spacious Semi-Detached Cottage in a Country Lane Setting - Popular Semi-Rural Village Location - Desirable Rural Views - Entrance Hall - Dining Room/Second Reception - Spacious Dual Aspect Living Room with French Doors to Conservatory - Kitchen with Fitted Oven and Hob Open to Dining Area - Conservatory with Wood Effect Flooring and Double Doors to Garden - Spacious Upper Floor Landing - Three Double Bedrooms - Family Shower Room - Detached Double Garage - Front Garden with Seating Area - Enclosed Rear Garden with a Lovely Rural Aspect, Rockery, Lawn, Boiler Room and Brick Built Shed - Oil Central Heating - No Onward Chain
Local Authority & Council Tax
Stroud District Council - Council Tax Band E. Tel: 01453 766321 - www.stroud.gov.uk
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