Standish, Stonehouse, GL10

£400,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Located in a semi-rural position in the small village of Standish stands this lovely detached residence offering flexible living accommodation along with a good size garden and beautiful far reaching countryside views.

Located in a semi-rural position in the small village of Standish stands this lovely detached residence offering flexible living accommodation along with a good size garden and beautiful far reaching countryside views.

On entering through a pitched roof porch there is a good size sitting room benefitting from a bay window to the front and a feature stone fireplace.

The kitchen is of a lovely size enjoying plenty of built in storage units and benefits from a breakfast bar. Leading off there is a family bathroom.

Also on the ground floor there is a separate dining/family room, which has been used as a bedroom enjoying its own ensuite shower room. There is a door leading out to the side garden providing lovely views looking out.

To the first floor there are three bedrooms all benefitting from far reaching countryside views.

To the outside there is parking and a generous side garden with a lovely paved patio from where to enjoy the countryside views.

Standish is a small village and civil parish in the Stroud local government district in Gloucestershire, England.

Originally part of the estate of the Barons Sherborne of Gloucestershire, they developed Standish Court as part of their holdings. Abandoned in the 16th century, they then developed Standish House as a country retreat. Having sold Standish Wood to the National Trust, they sold Standish House to Gloucestershire County Council post-World War I,3 on which they developed Standish Hospital, which was immediately passed to the British Red Cross for treatment of soldiers. In the 1920s it became a sanatorium for tuberculosis patients, and a US Army medical facility during World War II. Developed by the National Health Service (NHS) as a specialist hospital, it closed in 2004.

The parish church is the Grade I listed Church of St Nicholas, built in the 14th century and restored in the 1860s by J P St Aubyn.4

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