Brimscombe

£315,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Offering spacious accommodation and beautiful open views towards Minchinhampton and Rodborough Commons, this three storey, three/four bedroom detached house is located in the sought after area of Brimscombe. It also benefits from a separate utility, large garage with workshop area and a courtyard. There is also the added luxury of a well planned decked area which provides a great space for entertaining and having the additional benefit of being in the enviable position of catching most of the day's sunshine this decked area allows you to enjoy the views throughout the day.

Entrance into the property is into a large hallway, leading to the downstairs cloakroom, a spacious utility room with plenty of storage and access to the large garage with workshop area.

Following up to the first floor there is a spacious, airy living room with feature gas fireplace and doors opening onto a Juliet balcony where you can enjoy views over the valley. Leading through double doors there is a kitchen dining area with doors leading out onto an enclosed courtyard; a spiral staircase leads up to the terraced garden which has a decked entertainment area looking out onto the fantastic views. Also on the first floor there is bedroom four - currently being used a home office/study.

Leading up to the second floor there is a generous family bathroom, good size master bedroom with en-suite shower room and a further two double bedrooms.

With 2 parking spaces and the additional benefit of visitors' parking; this is a versatile family home.

AMENITIES Straddling the A419 London Road, Brimscombe is a small countryside village built around the original shipping Port that brought wealth and riches to the area. Although the Port no longer remains, Brimscombe still holds many remnants of its heritage with converted woollen mills which all run alongside the canal which still flows through the valley,sporadically intercepted by locks.

Stroud District Council is currently leading restoration of a 6.7 mile length of the Cotswold Canals between Stonehouse and Brimscombe and this is thought to bring huge benefits in terms of economic investment, heritage, leisure and conservation to the area.

The village has a local primary school and is in the catchment area for Thomas Keble secondary school. It also offers a village shop, post office, traditional Fish & Chip shop, hair salon and antiques shop. There is a local football club and grounds, with a large green adjacent.

The property has excellent transport links with the A417 providing easy access to Stroud, Cirencester and beyond as well as Stroud and Kemble railway stations.

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