Oakridge Lynch, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Set in a prime location in the centre of this popular Cotswold village of Oakridge lies this stunning detached family home which has undergone a huge transformation over the last few years. The extensions & extensive refurbishments have created beautifully presented and well designed accommodation suiting all age groups. The welcoming entrance hall has light oak doors off to the majority of the rooms on the ground floor & houses the attractive light oak staircase. Of particular interest is the fabulous 28 ft. kitchen/breakfast room with fitted appliances, French doors to the south facing garden, an opening to the dining room and a door to the utility. The dining room also benefits from French doors out onto the patio as does the sitting room which boasts a fireplace with wood burner inset. The study could be utilised as bedroom 5. Upstairs the landing is a real surprise, perfect as a library space or second study area. The master bedroom enjoys far reaching views over the village towards the valley near Frampton Mansell. There are built-in wardrobes, a dressing area and ensuite shower room. The guest bedroom also boasts an ensuite. On this level are two further bedrooms & a family bathroom. Property Ref: STR150427


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.


A wooden five bar gate opens onto a drive leading to a detached garage with wooden double doors & room above there is parking for several cars and pedestrian access either side of the house to the rear garden. The majority of the grounds are at the rear and are mainly laid to lawn. The boundaries are either Cotswold stone walls or hedging. A gravelled path meanders down the garden to a wooden pedestrian gate out onto the village lane. Al fresco seating can be enjoyed from a couple of separate patio areas. For the green fingered there are some raised vegetable beds.

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