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Fine & Country: Property Feature – charming home set in a stunning location


Brimscombe – £495,000

A charming three-bedroom detached home set in a beautiful, elevated position overlooking the Hyde valley, writes Clive Brown, Branch Manager/Senior Valuer at Fine & Country – Stroud.

The well-tended gardens which are approaching one third of an acre are of particular note.

This much-loved home offers well-proportioned light and airy accommodation which is arranged over two floors and includes a generous reception, stylish kitchen/dining room, three double bedrooms, and re-fitted bathroom.

Modern additions complement the character features throughout which include picture rails, window seat, and exposed timber flooring. Benefits include double glazing and gas central heating. The generous well-tended gardens with a southerly aspect and raised terraces giving you somewhere to sit and enjoy the views across the Hyde valley. You will also find the pleasant, covered seating area, useful storage/utility, workshop/shed and greenhouse. The property is approached via a sweeping driveway and turning area providing ample off-road parking.

32A1144 | Fine & Country: Property Feature - charming home set in a stunning location

Amenities:- Brimscombe, forming part of the golden valley, has an eclectic mix of property types, many originating from the former woollen industry located within the valley. There is a basic grocery shop, There are two very popular primary schools nearby – (Brimscome and Thrupp Primary Schools)  and a secondary school at Eastcombe some 2 miles away. Minchinhampton is within easy reach as is the extensive National Trust common land and its golf course.

32A1137 | Fine & Country: Property Feature - charming home set in a stunning location

Stroud is one of Gloucestershire’s most popular market towns. A blend of rich industrial heritage and contemporary amenities. A bustling street market together with town centre shopping, pubs, restaurants and bistros. There are first-class schools catering for all grades and age groups.

Good access to the M5 Motorway brings the larger cities of Gloucester, Cheltenham and Bristol within easy commuting distance.

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