Dunkirk Mills, Inchbrook


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 1
Offering a feel of bohemian style with plenty of features this one bedroom Grade II listed duplex apartment set in the sought after location of Dunkirk Mills is a must to view especially for those looking for something a bit more unique and individual.

Set high up on the third floor with lift access, the apartment is entered into an entrance hall with a storage cupboard. Following through there is a good size bedroom with exposed stone and beamed ceiling and enjoying views out to the countryside to the rear. Also on this floor there is a well presented recently updated bathroom with views out.

Leading upstairs, the living accommodation offers plenty of space for a dining area and separate sitting room and enjoys delightful views out to countryside both from front and rear feature windows. There is an abundance of character features all adding to the overall feel of this beautiful living space. The kitchen has been updated to a high standard with a contemporary feel offering plenty of built in units along with a built in oven and hob.

Leading up to the second level there is a mezzanine area, ideal as an office space or library area.

To the outside there is residents parking and plenty of visitor parking.

AMENITIES Inchbrook is a traditional location reminiscent of its Woollen Mills heritage; it is a small residential community straddling the A46. The surrounding villages offer some well-regarded private and public-sector schools including a Steiner school. To the far side of the valley, 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 1 mile away, where you will find coffee shops, cafes and an array of superb restaurants, a small supermarket, delicatessens including the acclaimed Williams Kitchen fish market & food hall, the renowned Hobbs House bakery, plus a wonderfully diverse selection of fashionable boutiques and shops, salons, antiques & furniture shops and galleries for local craftspeople who have an annual arts festival. The town also offers a post office, butchers', grocery shops, doctors, dentists and a public library.

Approximately 3 miles away is Stroud Town offering several good secondary schools including grammar schools, further food, grocery & clothes shopping; cafes, restaurants and bars; leisure activities include 10-Pin Bowling, a Cinema, Leisure Centre.

Commuters will find that Bristol, Bath, Cheltenham and Swindon are all with a 40 minute drive and London can be reached in 90 minutes via a direct train service from Stroud.

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