Painswick, Stroud


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  • Bedrooms: 6
This is a perfect example of a Georgian house that has undergone extensive modernisation and has been extended not only to a high standard but the attention to detail is noted throughout. Modern style living has been created without losing the charm of this listed building. Set in the heart of Painswick with the most magnificent walled garden of a substantial size. Further benefitting from an integral garage or workshop with on road parking in front. A detached Cotswold stone studio/self contained annexe sits in the grounds of this stunning home.

Internally comprising a large entrance hall, sitting room and dining room with views to the terrace and grounds. Modern fitted kitchen/breakfast room with bi-fold doors opening to the gardens with a utility room and a front lobby, complete with cloakroom. To the lower floor two fantastic cellars. Over the three floors above, five bedrooms and two lovely bathrooms. Master bedroom with en-suite shower. To the third floor, a fantastic games room with storage space.

Outside a terrace complete with outside cooking facilities provided with a stone pizza oven perfect for those summer evenings. Steps lead up to the formal garden laid to lawn with a detached Cotswold stone building. This is used by the current owners as a studio although it lends itself to be a self contained annexe. Flooded with a wealth of light and exposed to the eaves with two rooms, kitchen area and shower room opening to the grounds with a back drop of Cotswold drystone wall.

The owners have created a secret garden with tree grafting a natural divide with an archway leading to an ornamental pond and raised vegetable beds. There is also a rear gate ideal for pedestrian access and on street parking to the rear. This is a beautiful home and a wonderful example of restoration.

AMENITIES Painswick has an interesting history with origins as far back as the Iron Age where the village grew from the wool trade. To this day the village still echoes its history with a local blacksmith and stonemason. Now known for its parish Church yew trees, Rococo gardens and Cotswold stone houses, Painswick is the perfect place for all ages.

With a range of shops from the post office to the newsagents and grocers to name a few, a local primary school, as well as a range of restaurants, pubs and B&B's for visitors.

Set on a hill in the Stroud District this picturesque village overlooks the Stroud valleys.

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