Brimscombe

£360,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Located in an elevated position and enjoying outstanding views over the surrounding countryside stands this beautifully presented three bedroom terraced cottage, which enjoys plenty of character features with sunny courtyard and terraced garden with sloping lawns.

Entrance is through an enclosed pitch roofed porch ideal for coats and boots. Leading through there is a dining room/family room with Victorian cast iron fireplace and open fire, and there are delightful views looking out. Following on the sitting room is a lovely size with a beautiful stone fireplace with an open fire and there is also a door leading out to the porch. The kitchen has been tastefully updated with plenty of built in units and benefits from a Belfast sink and tongue and groove panelling and views out to the courtyard. Also on the ground floor there is separate utility room.

To the first floor there are two double bedrooms both beautifully presented and enjoying delightful views looking out over the surrounding countryside. There is also an immaculately presented family bathroom.

To the second floor there is a spacious attic bedroom also with fabulous views looking out. All rooms to the front of the property have period sash windows with views to Swells Hill and Minchinhampton Common.

To the outside there is an enclosed cottage garden to the front and to the rear the courtyard garden is private and benefits from an outhouse and a log store. Leading from the rear of the property along a little path just a short distance along there is a good size garden ideal for keeping chickens and growing vegetables or just relaxing taking in the surrounding countryside.

At the approach to the property there is driveway parking for two vehicles.

AMENITIES Set within the heart of The Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and 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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