Standle Lane, Stinchcombe GL11


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Most attractive extended 4-bedroom stone cottage with large workshop with room over suitable for conversion/working from home, subject to planning consent. Standing in approximately 1.3 acres of grounds. Further double garage, large double carport. Outskirts of popular village. Entrance porch, reception hall, living room, kitchen/dining room, study, ground floor bedroom, shower room/wc, utility room. Three good size first floor bedrooms, family bathroom/2nd wc, most attractive country garden with copse. Must be seen. Energy rating F.

DirectionsFrom Dursley town centre proceed north-west out of town on the A4135 continuing straight across the first mini roundabout. At the second mini roundabout take the first exit onto Dursley Road signposted Wotton-under-Edge and proceed for approximately half a mile passing the Yew Tree Inn. As the road bears to the right turn left into The Avenue on the B4066 and continue taking the second turning on the right towards Stinchcombe Village. After approximately 200m passing St Cyrs Church to the War Memorial, take the right turn onto Echo Lane and proceed for approximately 350m crossing the motorway bridge and take the first exit into Standle Lane. Continue for approximately 600m and Standle Cottage will be found on the left hand side.

DescriptionStandle Cottage is an attractive stone built extended cottage set in a most attractive country garden. The property has an outstanding range of outbuildings including large detached workshop with tall door and room over (this could be suitable for conversion to granny annexe or for a commercial unit) subject to the necessary planning consent. In addition, there is a large double garage/workshop and double carport/tractor store. The property is ideally suited for someone wishing to work from home or having dependent relative and require potential for separate accommodation. This spacious, well presented cottage is accessed via entrance porch leading to good size reception hall with large woodburner and back boiler supplying secondary domestic hot water and central heating, good size living room, study, spacious kitchen/dining room, with Stanley oil range providing cooking, central heating and domestic hot water, utility room, ground floor fourth bedroom, shower room, three further first floor bedrooms, family bathroom/2nd wc. The property benefits from extensive wooden flooring to the ground and first floor accommodation. Externally, the attractive gardens are accessed via a pavioured driveway leading to the range of outbuildings at the rear. The gardens are a particular feature of the property and extend to approximatey 1.3 Acres and comprise formal garden and more country style garden with copse, a further section of garden is accessed via an attractive footbridge. This property must be seen to be fully appreciated and we suggest viewing at your earliest opportunity.

SituationStandle Cottage is an individual detached country home situated on a single track no through lane close to Stinchcombe village centre which is an area designated as one of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a conservation area. The property is close to the M5 motorway and is within walking distance of the historic village centre and church. There are a number of country walks and bridleways within close proximity. Although this is a semi-rural location, the village is within easy reach of shopping facilities in the nearby market towns of Dursley and Wotton-under-Edge with convenience stores in nearby Woodfields area of Cam. Supermarkets including Sainsburys and Tescos are within a few minutes drive. The centre of Dursley offers independent retailers together with swimming pool, library and Rednock Comprehensive School with further independent schooling in Stroud. Leisure facilities include rugby, cricket and running club which are all located in the village and golf courses can be found at both Stinchcombe Hill and Cotswold Edge. There is also sailing at Frampton-on-Severn and South Cerney and gliding at Nympsfield. The Cam and Dursley Park and Ride railway station is situated within a few minutes drive and has regular services to Gloucester and Bristol and onward connections to the national rail network. Stinchcombe village is well located for the A38 and M5/M4 motorway network.

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 hardwood stable double glazed door, single glazed window, tiled floor and radiator.

Reception Hall (5.01m x 3.7m (16'5" x 12'2"))Having painted feature stone walling, attractive period ornate marble fireplace with Aiden multi-fuel stove and back boiler supplying secondary domestic hot water and central heating, window to front, stripwood flooring, double radiator, open tread staircase to first floor.

Lounge (4.6m x 3.78m (15'1" x 12'5"))Having three windows to front, fireplace with attractive period stone surround and wood mantel woodburner, internal window, exposed stone walling, double radiator and beam.

Kitchen/Dining Room (7.06m x 4.06m narrowing to 3.7m (23'2" x 13'4" narrowing to 12'2"))Having a range of wall and base units with wood surfaces over, inset ceramic hob, Stanley range oil cooker supplying radiator central heating and domestic hot water, stainless steel double bowl single drainer sink unit, two windows to rear, modern double glazed double French doors to side with side screen, rear entrance door and windows to rear patio, double radiator, exposed stone walling and attractive internal stain glass window.

Garden Room (2.86m x 2.07m (9'5" x 6'9"))Having single glazed French door to front with two side screens overlooking the front garden and fields, radiator and painted exposed stone walling.

Bedroom Four/Reception Room (3.85m x 2.73m (12'8" x 8'11"))Having double glazed window to side, window to front, radiator and painted exposed stone walling.

Shower RoomHaving tiled shower cubicle with electric shower, wash-hand basin, wc and window to side.

Utility Room (2.9m x 1.5m (9'6" x 4'11"))Externally accessed and having enamel sink unit, base unit, plumbing for automatic washing machine and tiled floor.

On The First Floor LandingHaving stripwood floor and linen cupboard.

Bedroom One (4.96m x 3.7m (16'3" x 12'2"))Having two windows to front, exposed stone walling, beam and double radiator.

Bedroom Two (3.96m x 3.69m (13'0" x 12'1"))Having two windows to front, painted stone walling, built-in cupboard and double radiator.

Bedroom Three (3.0m x 2.68m (9'10" x 8'10"))Having window to side, radiator and built-in wardrobe.

BathroomHaving white suite with Victorian style radiator/towel rail, airing cupboard housing hot water storage tank, Victorian style wash-hand basin, wc, panelled bath, under eave storage cupboard, window to rear and stripwood floor.

ExternallyThe gardens are a particular feature and extend to approximately 1.3 acres. To the front Standle Cottage Is bound by attractive walling and post and rail fencing. A cattle grid gives access to pavioured driveway which sweeps to the side and rear of the property to the range of outbuilding which has flexible uses and could be used for someone wishing to work from home or, alternatively, someone with a dependent relative requiring separate accommodation, subject to the necessary planning consent. Large workshop (7.5m x 5.9m) having full height double door with room over (3.6m x 4.0m) having stripwood floor, double garage/workshop (5.7m x 5.19m) having two double doors, large open fronted double carport. The formal front garden is laid to lawn with paved pathway leading to the side of the property with pond and water feature. Immediately to the rear of the property there is a an attractive block pavioured patio area and further .covered side porch. Steps with lights lead to garaging and extensive parking area. There is a further area of rear lawn and copse. A small stream leads to the side of the property where there can also be found a well. A footbridge leads to part wooded and lawned area of garden. The property has a most attractive country style garden and must be seen to be fully appreciated.

Agents NoteMain electricity and water are connected.

Oil fired radiator central heating.

Private drainage.

Council Tax Band - F (£2,554.25 payable).

Tenure: Freehold.

Financial ServicesWe may offer prospective purchasers' financial advice in order to assist the progress of the sale. Bennett Jones Partnership introduces only to Kingsbridge Independent Mortgage Advice and if so, may be paid an introductory commission which averages £128.00.

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

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