Occupying a wonderful position within the village of Minchinhampton with a rural outlook, this well presented Cotswold stone cottage has been renovated by the current owners to maintain character and charm and offer modern day comforts. This end of terrace property is approached via a gated parking area. The ground floor comprises an entrance hall benefiting from underfloor heating, kitchen/breakfast/garden room which overlooks the rear garden and offers a range of built-in units, range cooker, granite worktops, tiled floor and underfloor heating, cloakroom, together with a sitting room with stone fireplace and exposed beams. The first floor houses two bedrooms serviced by the family shower room. The main bedroom offers fantastic views towards Gatcombe Woods. The second floor offers an additional bedroom with views to the side. STR130001
The property enjoys a convenient location within the village of Minchinhampton. There are a number of day-to-day amenities together with a library, doctors' surgery, pharmacy, primary school, Post Office, restaurant & local inns. Recreational opportunities such as golf, horse riding & rambling can be enjoyed upon Minchinhampton Common, some 600 acres of open grassland vested in the National Trust. There is an 18-hole golf course on the Common and there are several others in the vicinity. Cirencester & Stroud are the nearest towns offering extensive facilities and services, whilst road networks radiate throughout the region to other centres including Bath, Bristol, Swindon, Gloucester & Cheltenham. The M5 & M4 motorways are readily accessible, as are railway stations at Stroud & Kemble which operate Intercity services to London (Paddington) in about 90 minutes.Outside
Various terraces, perfect for alfresco dining, have been thoughtfully designed to include numerous external sockets, lighting and BBQ areas which can be used to enjoy the sun throughout the day and presents excellent opportunities to take in the superb views. A driveway provides off-street parking for two cars.