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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Churchend, Eastington, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, GL10

Offers in Excess of £400,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Entrance Hall
  • Sitting Room
  • Kitchen/Diner
  • Shower/Wet Room
  • Bathroom
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Attic Store
  • Garage
  • Parking
  • Gardens

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This Grade II listed, semi-detached house, offers a home with character, charm and liveability. Situated in the historic hamlet of Churchend, and surrounded by houses of a similar age and style, a visit to Old Mill Cottage takes you back to a more tranquil time and place. Both front and rear facades feature square panel and curved brace timber-framing with brick infill. On the interior, character features include exposed oak beams, exposed stonework, wood & tiled floors. On the ground level, the sitting room features an Inglenook fireplace, built in bookcases, and triple-aspect windows. The eat-in kitchen provides a range of wall and base level units with an integrated oven, hob and extractor fan, plus pantry. A door leads through a rear lobby to the downstairs shower/wet room and the rear garden. On the first floor, bedroom three has been converted to a formal dining room, whilst across the landing, the spacious master bedroom features a large walk-in dressing room and cloakroom. On the second level, a charming guest bedroom features an arched wind beam, numbered mortise and tenon rafters, and an original, iron strap hinged door. A full bathroom with separate WC and a large attic storeroom completes this level. Property Ref: STR160208


Old Mill Cottage lies upon a 'No Through Lane' in a rural setting just a short walk from the medieval stone church and Eastington Primary School(Ofsted rated ‘Outstanding; 2011 interim report). Somewhat further are Eastington’s village shops, a P.O. substation with banking services, the popular Badger Inn, a new Community Centre, sports grounds, allotments, a new children’s playground, and two community orchards. Private education is available at nearby Wycliffe College, while Stroud has 2 highly successful grammar schools along with thriving comprehensive schools. Old Mill Cottage’s countryside setting belies its ready access to the M5 just 1 mile away, bringing Bristol, Cheltenham, and Gloucester within easy driving distance. For rail users, Stonehouse station is 3 miles away, with regular Intercity service to London Paddington in under 90 minutes. Cam & Dursley Halt is 5 miles down the A38, with service to Bristol Temple Meads in under 40 minutes.


The outside spaces are particularly noteworthy with countryside views across rivers and fields. Private gardens on three sides of the property provide a varied retreat for the keen gardener. Mainly laid to level lawns, the gardens feature two ponds, a range of mature fruit and ornamental trees, flowers and shrub borders. The rear garden borders the River Frome, and features a terraced river walkway and view of a 19C weir. A stone patio at the rear of the house offers the perfect place for alfresco dining. A gate from the side garden leads to the single garage with hard standing, together providing tandem parking for two cars.

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Added on Rightmove:
10 August 2017

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