Long Row, Amberley
Semi-detached, Entrance Porch, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Study, 22ft Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility, Cloakroom, Master Bedroom Suite, 3 further Bedrooms, Shower Room, Garage, Parking, pretty well stocked cottage garden
- PRETTY PERIOD COTTAGE
- IMMACULATELY PRESENTED
- GREAT VIEWS
- EAST/WEST ASPECT
- SPECTACULAR KITCHEN
- 3 RECEPTION ROOMS
- 4 BEDROOMS
- PRETTY GARDEN
Long Row comprises half of a handsome pair of period cottages but feels to all intents and purposes, detached. Sympathetically extended by the vendors to take full advantage of its plot, the cottage has great views and is very well presented throughout. The highlight of the cottage is its spectacular |Kitchen/Breakfast Room designed specifically by the vendors to be versatile, it is well appointed, with an Aga and bespoke kitchen units painted in calm neutral colours. The utility room and a cloakroom, lead off it. In the original cottage there are two reception rooms with a welcoming ambience, with window seats, fireplaces and exposed beams. There is also a Study. There are three double bedrooms on the first floor, the master bedroom has a bathroom off and there is a separate shower room. The fourth bedroom is on the top floor. The pretty and well stocked garden lies to the side and front of the cottage enjoying a westerly aspect over the Woodchester Valley. The Cottage has a deep single garage with parking in front.
Theescombe is part of Amberley, one of the most popular villages in the Stroud Valleys, due to its fantastic location just below Minchinhampton Common with dramatic westerly views and minimal through traffic. A friendly welcoming community, Amberley has a church, popular primary school and two good pubs. It lies between the market towns of Nailsworth and Stroud, both of which have a good range of independent retailers as well as major supermarkets, including Waitrose superstore in the latter. Road and rail links in the vicinity are excellent. London is circa 2 hours by car or about 90 minutes by train from Stroud Station into Paddington. The M5 motorway is less than 15 minutes drive at Junction 13 (Stroud) for Bristol, the West Midlands and Bath and Cheltenham are also within easy reach. Locally there are many lovely walks for dog lovers with numerous footpaths and the Common itself, over 650 acres of natural countryside, free for anyone to enjoy; for golfers Minchinhampton is something of a haven, with three challenging courses.
Long Row is located by leaving our office in Minchinhampton via West End and continuing onto Minchinhampton Common. At the fourway junction on the Common, turn left and then immediately right to Amberley. Cross the Common and as the road descends the valley, take the second left opposite the Amberley Inn. Continue along a few hundred yards and at the next junction turn hard right and follow the lane down Theescombe HiIl, turning right at the junction at the bottom. Long Row will be seen shortly after, above the lane on the right hand side.
Long Row is within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.