3 bedroom detached house for saleLower Nashend, Bisley, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6
Offers in Region of
- Sitting/Dining Room
- Bespoke Kitchen with Aga
- 3 Bedrooms (one with En-Suite WC)
- Wet Room
- Landscaped Gardens
- Outbuildings including Stables/Garage/Tack Room
- Total Plot 0.8 Acres
Tucked away down a driveway this beautifully presented detached barn is located in an enviable rural setting enjoying an open aspect. Traditionally constructed out of Cotswold stone this Grade II listed property still reflects its origins but has been converted to the high standards of the current owners. An amazing sitting/dining room is found on entry with an impressive oak vaulted ceiling, "Jotul" wood burning stove, exposed Cotswold stone walls in additional to the comforts of a limestone floor with under-floor zoned heating which runs throughout the ground floor. The floor to ceiling windows and doors benefit from shutters and an electric blind. Opening directly into the bespoke 'Parlour Farm' kitchen with Aga and extra module, fitted wall and base units with integrated "Neff" dishwasher in addition to extras including a 'Quooker' boiling water tap. Beyond lies a utility with integrated "Neff" washing machine and cloakroom. Downstairs to the rear of the property there are two double bedrooms one with a stable door out onto a courtyard. Both enjoy bespoke shutters. Centrally between these rooms is a luxury 'wet room'. Upstairs enjoys another bedroom with ensuite cloakroom. To comply with planning, the owners installed a rainwater harvester which feeds the cloakrooms and washing machine plus its own sewage treatment plant. Agents Note: The shepherds hut can be purchased under separate negotiations. Property Ref: STR160350
Nashend is a small and delightful collection of rural properties centrally lying between the popular Cotswold villages of Bisley and Eastcombe in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Both local villages have a variety of facilities including a shop with Post Office, pubs and schools. Access to Stroud, Cirencester, Cheltenham and Gloucester can all be accessed via scenic routes. London (Paddington) Intercity train services are available from Stroud and Kemble.
Stone pillars sit either side of double wooden gates opening onto the drive. The grounds have been designed to create several different areas, some for food production and others for recreational purposes. They comprise: a large lawn, gravelled drive with parking for numerous vehicles, vegetable/fruit section with raised beds, an area for livestock, currently laying hens, a private courtyard and a patio. The erection of a garage, stables and tack room block is a huge asset.
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