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  • Bedrooms: 4
Located in a tucked away quiet location in the popular and sought after village of Box stands this semi-detached three/four bedroom Cotswold stone cottage offering good size living accommodation, far reaching views and a lovely established garden of approximately 100ft long and a single garage.

On entering there is a good size entrance hall/boot room with a cloakroom leading off. The cosy sitting room has plenty of character features with a beamed ceiling, feature fireplace with exposed Cotswold stone and housing a wood burner. There is also another entrance porch leading out to the front garden.

Following through, the kitchen has plenty of built in units and also has access to the outside. There is also a useful breakfast bar. Following on there is a separate dining room which benefits from a good size larder which has room for additional appliances.

To the first floor there are three bedrooms with the master bedroom benefiting from plenty of built in storage and views to open countryside. Also on the first floor there is a lovely updated family bathroom. To the second floor there is an attic bedroom with exposed beams and enjoying its own ensuite shower room.

To the outside there is a good size established garden and an elevated patio area enjoying delightful views over the village of Box. There is also a single garage.

Box is a long established Cotswold village noted for its picturesque charm on the southern edge of Minchinhampton Common, above the wooded Avening valley. Formed chiefly from cottages and homes of typical Cotswold design and character, Box is much admired as a residential setting. There is a lively village community centred around the village hall that includes Art and photography clubs, clubs for theatre, yoga and gardening as well as sports such as table tennis and swimming. In addition there is a mother and toddler group plus the extremely popular Jo Jingles music and movement class for babies and young children. The 600 acres of National Trust Common Land adjacent to the village offer leisure opportunities especially golf, and provide views over the Stroud valleys & beyond.

Both Minchinhampton and Nailsworth are within a mile radius have a good selection of essential shops and services. There are several larger towns readily accessible, and long distance commuters have the benefit of motorway access and London (Paddington) trains within an easy distance, the latter stopping at Stroud and Kemble. Free public transport is offered to pupils of Marling School and Stroud High School

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