4 bedroom detached house for saleBrimscombe Lane, Brimscombe, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5
Sold STC £580,000
- Canopied Entrance
- Reception Hall
- Sitting Room
- Family Room
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- 4 Bedrooms
An individually designed Cotswold stone home positioned on the edge of the Toadsmoor Valley with elevated views across to Burleigh. The property enjoys a semi-rural position and offers ease of access to both Stroud & Cirencester. Whilst benefiting from contemporary features of a modern build, such as under floor heating, double glazing and a heat recovery system, it also boasts great character. Features are prominent throughout and include a bespoke canopied entrance porch with oak door and oak windows, Cotswold stone fireplace with wood burner and a focus on glazing within the sitting room and master bedroom. Family accommodation is positioned across two floors and consists of the following: a large reception hall with oak flooring, under floor heating and oak staircase leading to the first floor, sitting room with feature fireplace, oak flooring and full length glass panelling overlooking the garden and plantation shutters, study, dining room/family room and fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room with room for a range. From the kitchen a connecting utility area offers access to an independent space comprising shower room with staircase leading to a studio. This section enjoys independent access. On the first floor the impressive master bedroom with vaulted ceiling boasts full length glazed windows with plantation shutters overlooking the garden and views and an exposed beam. This is served by an ensuite shower room. Bedroom 2 also enjoys ensuite facilities whilst bedrooms 3 & 4 have use of a family bathroom. Property Ref: STR160384
The property occupies an elevated setting in Brimscombe, a small village on the outskirts of Stroud town centre. Local day-to-day amenities can be found within Brimscombe, including village inn and shop. The A419 travels along the Brimscombe Valley and connects Stroud & Cirencester, each town offering a wide selection of shops, educational and recreational facilities. Above Brimscombe lies some 600 acres of commonland vested in the National Trust and known as Minchinhampton Common.
A private block paved driveway provides parking for several vehicles, attached to the house is a useful outbuilding with double garage doors. The front garden is laid to gravel, with the majority of garden extending to the rear. A raised stone paved seating terrace provides opportunity for alfresco dining and is accessible from both the sitting room and kitchen. The remaining garden is laid to lawn. A shared tarmac driveway provides initial access to the house.
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