Oakridge Lynch, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Located on a fantastic south-facing corner plot opposite the village school lies this much loved detached period cottage. The property, bound by mature dry stone walls, boasts outline planning for a single detached dwelling. The accommodation is found over three levels & is serviced by two staircases. On entry there is a reception hall with access on either side. The right access leads to the kitchen; this room has a spiral staircase on the side of the fireplace leading up to the bathroom, It also has access into a shed which follows into the coal shed behind. On the left hand side of the hall access to the Dining Room is found with a central staircase dividing this room with the Sitting Room. Both of these rooms have square bay windows to front overlooking the garden & stone fireplaces with a wood burner inset in the Sitting Room. Upstairs on the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom & in the attic there are two interconnecting rooms both with windows and exposed beams. This family home does require modernisation. Agents note: There is no registered title & the planning reference is S.18/0298/OUT.

Property Ref: STR170297


Oakridge Lynch is a thriving Cotswold village between Cirencester, Stroud & Cheltenham, Within this popular village lies a Church of England Primary School, a Church, a Public House known as The Butcher's Arms and Shop/Post Office which provides the community with a central hub. There is also a village hall with recreation grounds, home of many clubs. Education in the local villages and towns are excellent incorporating a selection of state, independent and grammar schooling. Railway stations with direct links to London (Paddington) are found at Kemble & Stroud.


The landscaped grounds are an important asset to the cottage along with the far reaching views across the village towards Frampton Mansell. A drive gives access to a hard standing parking area & here a useful shed 18"1' x 15"4' is found. Connected to the property is a traditional Cotswold stone barn with a mezzanine. This is currently utilised as a workshop but it could be converted into further accommodation (subject to building regs). Outside WC. The more formal front garden with its rose bushes & flower beds is mainly laid to lawn with a mature beech hedge dividing the garden into two. The section where the vegetable plot used to be with some fruit trees has the outline planning for the 'new' property

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52-53 London Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire

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