4 bedroom semi-detached house for saleBrimpsfield, Gloucester, Gloucestershire
- Handsome Old Rectory
- Charming village
- 3 Reception Rooms
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bath/shower rooms (1 ensuite)
- Large Garden
- Double Garage
- In all Approx. 3,364 Approx Sq Ft
The property is situated on the edge of the village and comprises the main part of the former rectory, built in 1876 although believed to have earlier origins. Typical of its period the house has elegant and well-proportioned rooms with high ceilings and large sash windows. The drawing room and dining room are ideal for entertaining. The kitchen/breakfast room is well-equipped with plenty of units and has a door onto the terrace. All these rooms are south-facing, overlooking the gardens and grounds. There are three main bedrooms on the first floor including the master suite which has an extensive range of built in mirrored wardrobes. The fourth bedroom is on the second floor, together with a spacious landing area which provides useful office or storage space.
The Old Rectory is not Listed.
Brimpsfield is a pretty village set amidst unspoilt Cotswold countryside. The ancient market town of Cirencester is 10 miles to the south and has a good choice of shops and services as well as a variety of restaurants and bars. Brimpsfield is very conveniently located for access to Cheltenham which has excellent shopping facilities as well as many cultural amenities including the Literary Festival. Other local centres include Bath, Bristol, Swindon, Oxford and Gloucester, all of which are within daily commuting distance.
Rail services from Kemble Station to London Paddington take from 75 minutes. The A417 dual carriageway is about a mile for access to Junction 15 of the M4 at Swindon. Junction 11A of the M5 at Gloucester is about 6 miles Gloucestershire is noted for its schools. Private schools within daily driving distance include Beaudesert Park, Wycliffe, Dean Close and the Cheltenham Colleges. There are also a variety of good state and grammar schools, and the latter include Stroud High, Marling School and Pate’s.
There is a huge choice of sporting opportunities in the local area including a number of golf courses and National Hunt racing at Cheltenham. The surrounding countryside offers many lovely walks.
To the north of the house is a large gravelled parking area and a double garage which has a connecting door to the sitting room. The Old Rectory sits within a good sized garden extending to about 0.7 acre in all. There is a large south-facing terrace along the front of the house, beyond which are sweeping lawns bordered by mature trees and shrubs.
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