Cirencester Road, Minchinhampton, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Lying on the fringes of Minchinhampton sits this well-proportioned detached family house enjoying views across the adjacent farmland. This modern house, believed to date back to the late 1950's, offers flexible accommodation on the ground floor comprising:- hall, cloakroom, utility, walk-in larder, living room with wood burner & sliding patio doors to the sun terrace, kitchen/breakfast room with bespoke units, some built in appliances including a gas fired 'aga', a great conservatory/dining room, a small study and a playroom/5th bedroom. Upstairs there is a master bedroom with ensuite bathroom (including a separate shower cubicle), three further bedrooms, shower room & separate WC. A store has an external access.


Minchinhampton is a delightful historic Cotswold market town. It offers a selection of shops and services including doctors, dentist, library, Church of England primary school, Parish Church, social and sports clubs. This pretty town has excellent golfing facilities incorporating the Old and new Courses and is surrounded by vast acres of open National Trust common land. Nearby towns of Stroud & Cirencester offer extensive facilities including farmers markets' together with mainline railway stations in Stroud and Kemble bringing London (Paddington) within 90 minutes travelling time. There is a great choice of educational establishments in the area including Beaudesert prep School, Wycliffe College and two grammar schools within Stroud. There are further educational colleges in both Stroud & Cirencester


A Cotswold stone wall fronts the Cirencester Road with young laurels and a mature tree planted behind. Vehicular access is over a cattle grid onto a gravelled driveway with parking for many vehicles which leads to the detached double carport (planning permission was granted for a two bay garage). There is pedestrian access to both sides of the property. The enclosed rear garden has been redesigned & landscaped this summer. Surrounding the garden is a wooden fence in addition to hedging, & some walling. It's mainly laid to lawn with a sun terrace and two mature trees.

Additional Information

The neighbouring house 'Quercus' has access rights down the drive owned by Old Oak House.

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