17 Well Hill, Minchinhampton
Entrance porch, Reception Hall, Kitchen, Conservatory/Breakfast Room, Sitting Room, 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom, good sized landscaped Garden
- VILLAGE LOCATION
- 3 BEDROOMS
- LARGE LANDSCAPED GARDEN
- FABULOUS VIEWS
- CHARACTER FEATURES
- EXPOSED BEAMS
- TWO MINUTE WALK TO AMENITIES
17 Well Hill is an absolute gem of a cottage, offering parking and a large garden, both rare assets for a property in the heart of this popular market town. The home is filled with character features with numerous aged beams and exposed stone. Upon entering the cottage, there is a porch area, ideal for housing coats and boots, which opens into the main reception hall. The kitchen leads off the hallway to the rear of the property and is a good sized room with fitted cream units. A light filled and good sized conservatory leads off the kitchen, serving as an ideal dining area with direct access to the garden. Overlooking the lane to the front of the property is a cosy sitting room with central fireplace and gas fire. There are two first floor bedrooms, one to the rear of the cottage, with fabulous valley views and the other front facing bedroom, with views down the picturesque Well Hill. There is a further attic bedroom on the top floor with lovely exposed beams and far reaching valley views.
The greatest joy of this cottage however is its garden. Set to the rear of the property, the garden is a spacious and wonderful surprise. With tiered levels, outside lighting and various seating areas, the garden is tastefully designed and the perfect space for alfresco dining and entertaining. Fields flank the rear of the property and the views from the top tier are absolutely fabulous. There are two sheds and side access to the parking area.
From our Minchinhampton office, head down Well Hill (diagonally opposite from the office) and 17 Well Hill will be found approximately 100yards down the hill on the left.
Minchinhampton is a thriving market town with a strong sense of community spirit and numerous events taking place throughout the village. Famous for it 650 acres of National Trust Common land and the cows that roam freely in the summer months, often frequenting the High Street, the town is full of character. With excellent amenities, the town boasts a popular gastro pub, several thriving coffee shops, a post office, pharmacist, butcher, general store and much more. There is also a doctor and dental practice in the town. Popular with tourists, the area has much to offer, with lovely walks, three golf courses, one located on Minchinhampton Common and the nearby towns of Tetbury, Cirencester and Nailsworth also a draw. Education is also a key attraction to the area with an excellent choice of primary and secondary schools, including several grammar schools in both Stroud and Gloucester. Minchinhampton itself has a popular primary school. The town is also well located for transport links with London circa 2 hours by road or just over 90 minutes from Stroud Station. The M5 motorway is also easily accessible for commuting to Bristol, Cheltenham, Gloucester and Swindon.