Nailsworth

£625,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Located in an elevated position and with views looking out over the valley, stands this beautifully presented semi-detached cotswold stone cottage offering plenty of versatile accommodation with 4/5 bedrooms, plenty of character features and parking.

Entrance is through a pitched roof porch which opens into a spacious entrance hall with beautiful original flagstone flooring. Leading off there is a good size sitting room which benefits from a stone fireplace and open fire and wooden floors and views looking out to the front over the valley. The dining room also benefits from an open cotswold stone fireplace, beamed ceiling and tiled flooring, and there is a service hatch looking through to the kitchen. Leading on, the kitchen is of a good size with plenty of room for a breakfast table and benefits from a large Aga, plenty of built-in units and quarry tiled flooring. Leading off there is a good size utility/boot room and door leading out to the outside.

To the first floor there are two spacious bedrooms and a beautifully appointed family bathroom with rolltop bath and separate shower. Also on this level there is a further bedroom which is currently being used as another sitting room with another fire place and benefits from double doors leading out to the side garden and patio. To the second floor there are two good size attic bedrooms and another lovely appointed shower room and attic storage space.

To the outside there is a spacious storage outbuilding and there is a level lawned garden and a terraced garden to the back from which to take in beautiful views of the valley. To the front their are two parking spaces.

AMENITIES Once christened "The Undiscovered Cotswolds", Nailsworth is a growing historic market town that has become increasingly popular in recent years. Famous as the location for the highly regarded 'Williams Food Hall' delicatessen as well as offering free parking, the town also features a wide range of shops from well-known high street names to cafes and unique independent shops. A local centre for the arts with an annual arts festival, the town is well known for its fine restaurants and friendly local pubs as well as its famous football club Forest Green Rovers. Nestled in a wooded valley, the surrounding flat topped rolling hills offer boundless country walks.

Local amenities include highly regarded private schools Beaudesert and Wycliffe College; good public sector schools and sought after girls and boys grammar schools. Other local amenities include a Post Office, doctors, dentists, golf courses, riding stables, polo clubs and a library.

Nailsworth has convenient road links to all main cities, towns and rail links in the area including Stroud's mainline train station that is approximately 5 miles away and offers a 90 minute (approx.) rail journey to Paddington. Less than 7 miles away is the larger market town of Tetbury well known for its antique shops and hotels plus its close proximity to the world famous Westonbirt Arboretum.

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