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Pitt Court, North Nibley GL11


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Character four/five bedroom former brewery in rural location - sought after Cotswold village in area designated as one of outstanding natural beauty - split level accommodation - entrance hall - utility - lounge/dining room - kitchen - further reception room/fifth bedroom - family bathroom - further shower room/second wc - attractive garden - parking - oil central heating - cellar - must be seen - energy rating F

SituationThe Old Brewery is located on the outskirts of this popular Cotswold village of North Nibley on the lower slopes of the Cotswold escarpment and is in an area designated as one of outstanding natural beauty. The property is approximately three quarters of a mile from the village centre. The village has Post Office/store, a popular local inn, primary school and the nearby towns of Dursley and Wotton-Under-Edge offer a further range of shopping facilities along with secondary schooling and there are challenging eighteen hole golf courses at the nearby Stinchcombe Hill and Cotswold Edge Golf Clubs. The Old Brewery is situated in this attractive rural location and there are an array of country walks including the Cotswold Way. The village is also within easy access of the M4/M5 motorway network bringing the larger centres of Gloucester, Bristol and Cheltenham within easy commuting distance.

DirectionsFrom Dursley town centre proceed north west out of town on the A4135 proceeding straight across at the first mini-roundabout, at the second mini-roundabout take the first exit signposted Berkeley and Wotton-Under-Edge, continue on the Dursley Road for approximately four hundred metres, turning left after the Yew Tree Inn onto the B4060 signposted Wotton-under-Edge and continue for approximately two miles into North Nibley village taking the first turning on the left proceeding in front of the Black Horse Inn, continue following the road for approximately two hundred metres bearing right, continuing for a further six hundred metres past a small green with a telephone box, bearing right, the property will be found adjoining Cotswold House on the right hand side.

DescriptionThis attractive former brewery is situated on the edge of the Cotswold village of North Nibley and provides spacious four bedroom accommodation which was converted by the current owner approximately twenty years ago. This substantial property has character accommodation with living accommodation on both the ground and first floor to make the most of the outstanding views. The property is accessed via entrance hallway which has a utility area and ground floor shower room, this leads to reception room which could also be used as a further bedroom, the hallway continues onto bedroom three and adjoining large games room/bedroom four which is approximately twenty five feet in length and could be separated into two bedrooms if required. On the first floor there is a large lounge/dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom and a small conservatory. The first floor enjoys outstanding views towards the escarpment and over the garden which lie to the rear of the property and are enclosed and laid to lawn. The property has two parking spaces to the front of the The Old Brewery, has both living room, bedrooms and bathroom, on each floor, so could be used by two families or dependant relative if required.

Accommodation(Please note that our room sizes are quoted in metres to the nearest one hundredth of a metre on a wall to wall basis. The imperial equivalent (included in brackets) is only intended as an approximate guide).

Entrance PorchHaving glazed front door, quarry tiled floor leading to:

Entrance HallHaving quarry tiled floor, wooden window to front, under stairs storage cupboard, access to vaulted cellar, oil boiler supplying radiator central heating and domestic hot water, opening to:

Utility Space (2.45m x 1.67m (8'0" x 5'6")) Shower RoomHaving shower cubicle, low level wc, wash hand basin.

Reception Room/Bedroom Five (4.27m x 3.95m (14'0" x 13'0"))Having radiator, wooden double glazed windows to front and rear, fireplace with attractive period style surround and tiled hearth.

Inner HallwayHaving wooden double glazed window to rear, giving access to:

Bedroom Three (3.61m x 3.11m (11'10" x 10'2"))Having wooden double glazed window to front, radiator and built-in wardrobe.

Bedroom Four/Games Room (7.24m x 4.21m (23'9" x 13'10"))Having double glazed window to front and rear, two radiators. This room could be sub-divided into two rooms if required.

On The First Floor LandingGiving access to:

Living Room (7.86m x 4.42m (25'9" x 14'6"))Having three radiators, two wooden double glazed windows to rear, one double glazed window to front, central fireplace, door leading to:

Kitchen (4.87m x 3.87m (16'0" x 12'8"))Having a range of wood fronted wall and base units, with laminated work surfaces over, stainless steel sink unit, built-in double oven, ceramic hob, radiator, double glazed window to front, plumbing for automatic dishwasher.

Side Conservatory (2.1m x 1.2m (6'11" x 3'11"))Having double glazed surround and double glazed doors.

Inner HallwayHaving two wooden double glazed windows to rear, radiator.

Bedroom One (3.57m x 3.54m (11'9" x 11'7"))Having wooden double glazed window to front, radiator, fitted range of wardrobes.

Bedroom Two (3.34m x 3.36m (10'11" x 11'0"))Having wooden double glazed window to front, range of built-in wardrobes, radiator.

BathroomHaving low level suite comprising: Pedestal wash hand basin with mixer shower over, low level wc, wash hand basin, radiator.

ExternallyTo the front of the property there is a shared driveway which leads to gravel parking pull-in area and steps with pedestrian access leading to raised patio area with outstanding views towards the Cotswold escarpment. To the rear, the garden is of a good size and 'L' shaped and extensively laid to lawn with flower borders, shrubs and enclosed by fencing with greenhouse, large vegetable plot and oil tank.

Agent's NotesTenure: Freehold

Council Tax Band 'A' £1,091.14 payable

Oil Fired Radiator Central Heating.

All mains water, electricity and drainage are believed to be connected.

ViewingBy appointment with the owner's sole agents as over.

Misrepresentation act 1967. Messrs. Bennett Jones for themselves and for the Vendors of this property whose agents they are, give notice that: All statements contained in their particulars as to this property are made without responsibility on the part of the Agents or Vendors. None of the statements contained in their particulars as to this property is to be relied on as a statement or representation of fact. Any intending purchasers must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of the statements contained in these particulars. The Vendors do not make or give and neither the Agents nor any person in their employment has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.

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Bennett Jones Partnership

31 Parsonage Street, Dursley, Gloucestershire, GL11 4AA

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