Forthay, North Nibley, Dursley, Gloucestershire, GL11


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  • Bedrooms: 3
Located in an idyllic rural setting on the fringes of the village, enjoying staggering views across it's own land and beyond, lies this individual detached 1960s residence. The property is the last one in the village and sides onto woodland, perfect for wildlife enthusiasts. Owned by the same vendor since construction, this house has been altered over the years to suit a growing family's needs. The accommodation is clearly shown on the floor plan, however, points of interest are the open fire and patio doors in the living room leading out onto a balcony, the open-plan kitchen/dining room and the games room and internal garage. The house enjoys bedrooms and living space on both levels to enjoy the views from a super vantage point. It's major asset is the delightful setting surrounded by its own land. There is much scope for alteration (subject to planning permission). Property Ref: STR030468


The property is situated in the rural hamlet of

Forthay within the historic village of North Nibley, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, situated a short distance from the beautiful wooded valleys of the Cotswold escarpment leading up to the Cotswold Hills. The village has a local store, church, well-regarded primary school and village inn. KLB secondary school and the market towns of Dursley & Wotton-under-Edge are within a few minutes driving distance. Both offer extensive shopping facilities, together with comprehensive schools and leisure facilities. The property is particularly well-placed for a wide range of country walks. Access to the A38 is approx. a five minute drive and the M5 is about 10 minutes drive. There are a number of other schools in the area including Rednock in Dursley, Stroud High School & Marling in Stroud, Wycliffe College in Stonehouse and Beaudesert Park Prep School near Minchinhampton.


The property is approached via a shared driveway with the neighbour which leads into its own private tarmac parking area with access to the garage. The property sits in a total plot of 2.39 acres which is made up of a paddock, woodland and formal gardens. The mature gardens are the main feature of the property, with a stream running through and a range of mature trees and shrubs and pretty flower borders. The beautiful gardens also feature a productive vegetable garden with two sheds. The paddock includes a stable and a range of outbuildings.

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