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  • Bedrooms: 5
Located in the semi rural village of Stinchcombe stands this detached family home offering flexible living accommodation all set in approximately 5½ acres and with the benefit of two stables, plenty of off road parking and far reaching countryside views.

On entering there is an enclosed entrance hall which leads through to a open plan hallway with a good size family room leading off which enjoys double aspect windows and views out.

The family room/dining room also benefits from wooden floors and an open fireplace. Following through, the sitting room also enjoys a feature stone fireplace wooden floors and vaulted ceiling and galleried landing above. There are also sliding doors out to the garden and there are fabulous views out to the countryside beyond.

Also on the ground floor there are three good size bedrooms one with an en-suite shower room and there are a further two family bathrooms and two cloak rooms.

Leading on there is a good size study/fourth bedroom with views out to the front. The kitchen/dining room is open plan with the benefit of a breakfast bar there is also a feature vaulted ceiling, tiled floor and a wood burner. There is plenty of light and views out to the garden which can be accessed through sliding patio doors. Leading off from the kitchen is a good size utility and the staircase leading upstairs.

On the first floor there are a further two spacious bedrooms and a shower room, there is also a small box room/study and there is plenty of eaves storage.

Leading outside the property is accessed over a sweeping gravelled driveway with plenty of parking and there are three stables and an undercover carport. The garden and land are extensive, approximately 5 ½ acres acres, and is ideal for horses and livestock. There is also a large summer house/office with electricity ideal for working from home.

AMENITIES The nearby town of Dursley offers a good range of amenities for day-to-day requirements including distinctive shops, library, banks, doctors, modern swimming pool and schools including a Senior School. There is also a selection of private senior schools in the locality including Westonbirt and Wycliffe.

The area is steeped in history with local attractions such as Owlpen Manor, Berkeley Castle, Newark Park and Woodchester Mansion all just a few miles away.

The town sits on the famous Cotswold Way Footpath, a series of walking trails that enjoy the most stunning aspects of the local countryside and offers a warren of small villages and beauty spots to explore.

Although set in a peaceful, countryside location, the property is just a short drive from the M5 and A38, meaning that Bristol, Bath, Cheltenham are all easily commutable, and trains run direct from Cam and Dursley station to Bristol and Gloucester.

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