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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Well Hill, Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire, GL6

Sold STC £500,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Heart Of Popular Town
  • Grade II Listed
  • Abundant Character Features
  • 3-4 Bedrooms
  • Sunny Courtyard Garden
  • Garage, Parking & Cellarage

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An elegant Cotswold stone property occupying a prominent corner within this charming ancient market town. Grade II listed and dating from the Georgian era, the house offers comfortable and beautifully presented accommodation over three floors with cellarage beneath. To the side is an enclosed sunny courtyard garden, a generous tandem garage and driveway parking - a rarity for such a property in the town.

On entering, a welcoming hallway with flagstone floor and large inglenook fireplace greets you beyond which is a shower room with WC. To one side is a sitting room with fireplace and to the other is the dining room, kitchen and utility room which leads to the courtyard. From the entrance hall, an ornate staircase leads up to a bright, galleried landing beyond which lie the master and secondary double bedrooms and bathroom. On the second floor is a large occasional bedroom leading to the third bedroom, both beamed and with gabled dormer windows.

Attractive period features are retained throughout and these include sash windows with window seats, fireplaces, shutters, coving and exposed stonework. Modern conveniences include gas central heating, secondary glazing and ethernet cabling. There is plentiful storage throughout including two accessible roof spaces.

Minchinhampton is an ancient market town occupying the high ground between the Nailsworth valley and the 'Golden Valley'. Bordering the town is Minchinhampton Common, a 580 acre area of open land used as a recreation space for walkers, golfers, horse riders and grazing animals alike.

Useful amenities comprise a primary school, doctor's and dental surgeries, a library, two churches and plentiful sports and recreation organisations including rugby, football, tennis, cricket, horse-riding and golf (three nearby courses) to name a few. Her Highness, The Princess Royal lives at nearby Gatcombe Park, once the manor house to the town. The world famous Gatcombe Park Horse Trials are held in August and smaller events are held in the Spring and Autumn.

The town's shops are clustered in and around the High Street and include a Post Office, a general store, several cafes/restaurants, a chemist, a butcher's and other independent shops. On Thursday mornings there is a bustling Country Market in the market house.

Stroud (mainline railway) 4 miles
Tetbury 6 miles
Kemble (mainline railway) 10 miles
Cirencester 10 miles
Gloucester 13 miles
Bristol 30 miles


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Added on Rightmove:
24 May 2016

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