Greenbank Cottages, Burleigh, Stroud, GL5

£385,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
This stunning period cottage offers an exceptional outlook on to National Trust land at the front and lovely valley views towards Thrupp at the rear. There is also an EV charging point by the garage.

Situated on the very edge of Minchinhampton Common lies this stunning three bedroom Cotswold stone cottage. Believed to be around 200 years old, the end-of-terrace property maintains much character and boasts an exceptional outlook on to National Trust land at the front and lovely valley views towards Thrupp at the rear.

The front has open countryside views and the property can be accessed from both sides of the terrace, one of which is the rear entrance into a light and useful utility/boot room. Leading through, there is a kitchen/open plan dining area which has several built-in units and plenty of room for a dining table. The beautifully appointed sitting room is of a good size and benefits from an inglenook fire place housing a wood burner. There are delightful far reaching views looking out. The front door leads through a porch to the cottage garden.

The first floor benefits from two good-sized bedrooms, one with lovely views, and there is a well appointed family bathroom also enjoying far reaching views. Leading up to the second floor, there is a spacious master bedroom with a

pitched beamed ceiling and views looking out.

Outside, there is a gated driveway to the rear with space for one vehicle, leading to a detached garage with an EV charge point. There is room to park two further vehicles outside the gates. The detached rear garden benefits from various fruit trees, established beds and a lawned area on which to relax. There is also a good-sized outbuilding. To the front of the property is an attractive cottage garden with flower beds and a seating area.

Burleigh lies on the edge of the town of Minchinhampton, which is a most sought-after area with a highly regarded primary school and 600 acres surrounding of National Trust common land. There are also several coffee shops, bistros and restaurants, a corner shop, a library, sports and social club with football and rugby teams, doctors, dentists and a pub. There is a strong sense of community with a good social network.

The surrounding villages also offer some well-regarded private and public-sector schools including a Steiner school.

Across the common is the favoured Minchinhampton Golf Club course, interspersed with several gastro pubs and of course Winstones Ice Cream factory.

The nearest town of Nailsworth is approximately a mile away, where you will find a small supermarket, delicatessens including the acclaimed Williams Kitchen fish market and food hall plus a wonderfully diverse selection of fashionable boutiques and shops, salons, antiques and furniture shops and galleries for local craftspeople which have an annual arts festival. The town also offers a post office, butchers', grocery shops, doctors, dentists and a public library. There are plenty of leisure activities on offer too including a new leisure centre with members' club, golf courses, riding stables, bowls club, extensive countryside walks, gliding and polo clubs.

Approximately three miles away is Stroud, offering several good secondary schools, further food, grocery and clothes shopping; cafes, restaurants and bars; leisure activities include 10-Pin Bowling, a Cinema, Leisure centre with Lido and tennis courts, plus local clubs.

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Perry Bishop and Chambers - Nailsworth

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