Ale House Cottage, Selsley
Entrance hall, Sitting/Dining Room, Kitchen. Utility area, Two Bedrooms, Bathroom. Garden, Parking. NO ONWARD CHAIN.
- PERIOD PROPERTY
- VILLAGE LOCATION
- 2 DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- SITTING/DINING ROOM
- COURTYARD STYLE GARDEN
- OFF STREET PARKING FOR ONE CAR
- END TERRACE
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
A quintessential Cotswold stone cottage located in a fabulous hillside village position just moments from acres of National Trust common land and the Cotswold Way. This period home offers adaptable space whilst retaining an array of period features including exposed Cotswold stone, window seats and exposed beams. The location of the property allows for easy access to the most fabulous walks including countryside rambling, canal strolls and a well-regarded public house. As illustrated on the floor plan, the accommodation comprises; entrance porch, sitting/dining room, kitchen, cellar, first floor bedroom and bathroom and second floor attic style bedroom with far reaching views.
Ale House Cottage is situated on the edge of an ancient common with just under 100 acres and being a site of special scientific interest noted for its rare plants. The village has a good pub and supermarket and is conveniently close to Stroud, the administrative centre for the district with a full range of services. These include an award winning farmers' market, a good range of independent retailers and main line railway station - London Paddington circa 90 minutes. By road the capital is approximately 2 hours via the M4 or the M40, while Junction 13 ( Stroud) of the M5 is only 10 minutes away for commuting to Bristol or the West Midlands. The local scenery is dramatic, with Stroud at the heart of five different river valleys, each with their own identity. The area is excellent for walking and cycling, with a cycle track running between Stroud and Nailsworth.
The property is accessed via steps and a pathway from the parking space.
From our Stroud Office, proceed towards the M5 and at the Sainsbury's roundabout take the first exit up the hill (B4066) to Selsley. As the road bends to the left, the property can be found elevated on the right hand side. Whilst there is a parking space, we recommend that upon first viewing, you drive up past the property and park near The Bell.