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St. Marys, Chalford, Stroud
Guide price £450,000
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St. Marys, Chalford, Stroud

LOCATED AT THE END OF A PRIVATE FOOTPATH LEADING TO JUST TWO HOMES, THIS CHARMING, TRADITIONAL SEMI-DETACHED, COTSWOLD COTTAGE OCCUPIES A WOODED SETTING WITH A FEELING OF TRANQUILITY AND ESCAPISM.

Kitchen, Sitting/Dining Room, 2 Bedrooms, Bathroom, Nursery Room/Office, Detached Studio, Summerhouse with wood burning stove, Garden, Woodland, Views.
  • SEMI-DETACHED COTSWOLD STONE COTTAGE
  • 2 BEDROOMS PLUS NURSERY/OFFICE
  • SITTING/DINING ROOM
  • CHARACTERFUL KITCHEN IN OAK FRAMED EXTENSION
  • WOOD BURNING STOVE
  • SOUTH EAST FACING PAVED FRONT TERRACE
  • VIEWS
  • SUMMERHOUSE WITH WOOD BURNING STOVE
  • DETACHED STUDIO
  • SMALL TERRACED REAR GARDEN AND WOODED AREA
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DESCRIPTION
Located at the end of a private footpath leading to just two homes, The Firs is exactly what one might expect in a charming, traditional Cotswold cottage, which is evident from the first glimpse. The wooded setting offers a most magical feeling of tranquility and escapism. The oak framed extension leads into a characterful kitchen with traditional wooden floors and windows framing the far-reaching countryside views beyond the south facing front courtyard. Beyond the kitchen the sitting/dining room houses a fireplace with wood burning stove and log store and absorbs the light of the kitchen. The family bathroom and second bedroom, benefiting from a built-in wardrobe, are located on the first floor. The master bedroom on the second floor leads to a nursery room/office, there is attic storage space above this. To the side of the cottage, steps lead up into a fabulous wooded area with a detached studio offering a slice of heaven with private decked seating area and wood burning stove. Directly behind the property, a small terraced garden with steps leads up to a further outbuilding with endless opportunities. There is also a good size garden shed and outdoor wood store.

LOCATION
The Firs is situated on the edge of the popular village of Chalford, immediately east of Stroud and west of Cirencester, in the spectacular Golden Valley. In an elevated position with a south facing aspect, it sits in a secluded and private setting up a narrow lane from the A419, in the valley below. There are a good selection of amenities within walking distance of The Firs, including the popular Lavender Bakehouse cafe, Stroud Brewery and the family run Felt House cafe, as well as lovely walks along the Thames and Severn canal path. Stroud itself is gaining increasing recognition as a place to live, not being your typical Cotswold town but with other and different attributes. These include an award winning Farmers' Market, a thriving arts and music scene as well as everyday conveniences including 4 major supermarkets. The surrounding countryside is a great source of walks, there are three challenging golf courses locally at Minchinhampton and numerous good pubs and other places to eat out.

Transport links are excellent; the A419 connects the M4 at junction 15 (Swindon East) and the M5 at junction 13 (Stroud). There are also frequent main line train services from Kemble Station into London Paddington, or from Stroud station (circa 90 minutes) making the location very accessible for commuting to work.

DIRECTIONS
From our Stroud office, follow the A419 in the direction of Cirencester, passing through Thrupp and Brimscombe. After circa 4 miles, pass the Chalford village sign and the entrance to the small lane that leads to the property will be found on the left hand side. Please park on the main road and walk up.

PROPERTY INFORMATION
Stroud District Council Band C, £1,982.84 2024/2025. The Ofcom network checker indicates that Standard broadband is available and you are likely to have mobile service from EE, Three, O2 and Vodafone.

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