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Fine & Country – Property Feature – High Street, Bisley

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High Street, Bisley – £335,000

An impressive, detached Cotswold stone former old Court House situated within the centre of this most idyllic & sought after village, writes Clive Brown, Branch Manager/Senior Valuer of fine & Country.

This Grade II listed former Court House proudly displaying a carved stone panel with Dorington Arms and ribbon bands inscribed ‘BISLEY COURT HOUSE’ and ‘A.D.1865’ is located within the village centre.

The well-proportioned accommodation which is arranged over two self-contained floors briefly consists of a main reception with a storeroom, kitchenette, and cloakroom on the ground floor whilst on the first floor you will find three further receptions, kitchenette, and cloakroom. Outside stone steps lead to the upper floor doorway at the south end of the building.

The building is currently used as office spaces with all internal walls being stud partitions giving potential purchasers an array of options including the opportunity to create a lovely home, subject to gaining the relevant planning consents.

Our vendor is currently applying to the local authority for a change of use from commercial to residential. The internal layout will be for the purchaser to design and apply for the relevant planning consents.

Amenities: – The Court House is situated within the centre of Bisley.

Bisley is a most idyllic and much sought-after village with several quaint and historic properties, situated between Cheltenham and Stroud in the south-west of the Cotswolds. The village has a general store and post office only a short walk away, so is the popular primary school, two good country pubs and handsome church.

This is a village with a real community spirit, Bisley is popular with all generations not least because it is surrounded by lovely countryside but is also very accessible.

The nearest town, Stroud is located some four miles away. Stroud is one of Gloucestershire’s most popular market towns, situated at the convergence of the five valleys amongst the famous Cotswold countryside.

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. As well, there is an excellent bus service around the area. The M5 Motorway is also close by bringing the larger cities of Gloucester, Cheltenham, and Bristol within easy commuting distance.

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