Longfords Mill, Minchinhampton


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  • Bedrooms: 3
Elegance charm and sophistication best describe this immaculately presented three bedroom cottage situated in the much sought after location of Longfords Mill and offering a nice size garden, four parking spaces and views over towards the stream and surrounding countryside.

On entering there is a spacious entrance hall with a cloakroom leading off and under stair storage. Leading through the open plan sitting/dining room is beautifully presented and features a lovely stone fireplace place and woodburner. There are also double doors leading out to a fabulous garden room from which to enjoy the surrounding garden and countryside. The kitchen has plenty of built in units and appliances, including a range cooker, and enjoys views out to the stream beyond.

To the first floor there are three bedrooms, all enjoying fitted wardrobes and delightful views out. The master also benefits from its own ensuite shower room. There is also an immaculately presented, recently updated, family bathroom.

To the outside there is a beautifully manicured rear garden benefiting from an Indian sandstone paved patio area, pond with water feature, garden lighting and a good size garden store/workshop with wood store. There are gardens to the front and side of the property and a side gate leading to the lower meadow.

AMENITIES Longfords Mill is approximately a mile from both Minchinhampton and Nailsworth. The town of Minchinhampton is a most sought after area with a highly regarded primary school and 600 acres of National Trust common land. There are also several coffee shops, an organic dairy, bistros & restaurants, a corner shop, a library, several churches, a sports & social club with football and rugby teams, doctors, and a dentists. There is a strong sense of community with a good social network.

Nailsworth is a much busier market town where you will find three supermarkets, delicatessens including the acclaimed Williams Kitchen fish market & food hall plus a wonderfully diverse selection of fashionable boutiques and shops, salons, antiques & furniture shops and galleries for local craftspeople. There is also an annual arts festival. The town also offers a post office, butchers, grocery shops, pub, doctors, dentists, several churches and a public library.

Approximately 4 miles away, the larger town of Stroud offers several good secondary schools, further food, grocery and clothes shopping, churches, cafes, restaurants and bars, leisure activities including 10 pin bowling, a cinema, leisure centre with Lido and tennis courts, plus local clubs. There are excellent transport links with London Paddington only 90 minutes (approx.) by train from Stroud, and Swindon, Bath and Bristol all easily commutable by car.

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