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  • Bedrooms: 4
Tucked away on a quiet and idyllic country lane in Horsley stands this detached three/four bedroom Cotswold stone cottage offering plenty of character and charm, with additional garden, parking and garden store/workshop.

On entering there is a boot room and cloakroom leading off. Following through the good size open plan kitchen/breakfast room offers a bohemian, artistic feel with wooden flooring and views out to the rear garden from the conservatory attached.

The sitting room enjoys plenty of character features including wooden flooring, beamed ceiling and feature fireplace with woodburner. There are triple aspect windows looking out to enjoy the enchanting countryside beyond.

To the first floor there is a family bathroom and a bedroom with lovely views looking out. Following through there is plenty of storage and leading on there is a further bedroom/annex which enjoys its own access outside and benefits from its own kitchen and shower room. To the second floor there is a further attic bedroom with storage and leading off there is a further bedroom/office.

To the outside there is a terraced garden to the rear and patio to enjoy the surrounding countryside and also benefits from a stone outbuilding and large store.

A short distance along the lane there is a separate piece of land, currently used for parking and additional gardens with a garden store/workshop, but with development potential, subject to planning permission.

AMENITIES Horsley is a small rural village on the outskirts of Nailsworth. It offers The Hog, a fine traditional public house, a highly regarded village school and a community shop. Nestled in a wooded valley, the surrounding flat topped rolling hills offer boundless country walks, a good number of which can be started from the doorstep.

Just over a mile away is the bustling market town of Nailsworth. A growing historic market town, it has become increasingly popular in recent years. Famous as the location for the highly regarded 'Williams Kitchen' delicatessen and Hobbs House Bakery, the town also features a post office, public library, doctors, dentists, as well as a wide range of shops from well-known high street names to unique independent shops. A local centre for the arts with its annual arts festival, the town is well known for its fine restaurants, cafes and friendly local pubs.

Further local amenities include highly regarded private and public sector schools, with Stroud offering a boys and a girls grammar school. Horsley has convenient road links being close to the A46, connecting easily with the M4 and The South Cotswolds. Rail links in the area include Cam and Dursley for trains to Bristol and Gloucester and Stroud's mainline train station that is approximately 5 miles away offering a 90 minute (approx.) rail journey to Paddington.

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Perry Bishop and Chambers - Nailsworth

4 The Old George, Fountain Street, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire

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