3 Besbury Park, Minchinhampton
Entrance hall, Sitting Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom, Garage with Workshop, private Driveway, sizeable Corner Plot with Gardens to three sides.
- DETACHED BUNGALOW
- 3 BEDROOMS
- SOUTH-FACING REAR GARDEN
- OFF STREET PARKING
- POPULAR LOCATION
- GENEROUS CORNER PLOT
Enjoying the extra grounds of a corner plot is this well proportioned 3 bedroom detached bungalow located within the development of Besbury Park, believed to have been built around the early 1970’s. An inviting inner hall leads through to the sitting room at the front of the property and kitchen/breakfast room at the rear overlooking the south-facing private and enclosed garden. To the right had side of the property are three good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property benefits from an abundance of natural light thanks to gardens on three sides which are all laid to lawn with a variety of trees and flower borders. To the rear there is a hard standing drive giving access to the garage and extra private parking. There is also gated access to the open side gardens. This property is being offered for sale with no onward chain.
The property is most easily found by leaving our Minchinhampton office up the High Street, past the Market House and into Butt Street. At the junction turn right onto the Cirencester Road and take a left into Besbury Park after a few hundred yards. No.3 is the second property on your left hand side, occupying the corner plot.
Besbury Park is an attractive and quiet development on the east side of Minchinhampton, close to its famous Common. It is a very popular address locally, within walking distance of the town's excellent primary school and other facilities including both doctor and dentist surgeries, a general store, a butcher and chemist (among other retailers) a gastro pub, 2 cafes and a fish and chip shop.
Popular with all generations, the town also has numerous sports clubs (junior sections) and two golf clubs with three separate courses. The adjacent Common offers 650 acres of National Trust land, free for anyone to enjoy, offering lovely walks directly from the town. Albeit delightfully rural (cattle from the Common are regular visitors in the summer months), Minchinhampton is not isolated and is within within 2 hours from London by road or circa 90 minutes by train from nearby Stroud. There is a large Waitrose in Stroud, as well as other supermarkets and an award winning Saturday Farmers Market. Nailsworth is close by, offering many boutique shops and places to eat.