- Tastefully modernised throughout
- Three bedroom red brick cottage
- Beautifully maintained and extensive rear garden
- Car port and driveway providing parking for three vehicles
- Open plan kitchen-dining space
- EPC rating E47
Delicately tucked away in Little Haresfield, entry to the Cottage can be found via the front conservatory. Greeted initially into the cosy living room boasting feature fireplace with wood burner, you continue through to the stunning new kitchen-dining room. Solid oak worktops and matching upstands are on full display and complimented with metro tile splash backs. Along with high gloss base units, an integrated double electric oven, a four-ring induction hob, integrated dishwasher and sink. Also providing plenty of space for a dining table this is the perfect setting for hosting a gathering, or for a quiet sit-down family meal. Through the dining space leading into an inner hall, there is an airing cupboard, housing the combi-boiler along with space for tumble dryer, and the family bathroom. The modern bathroom suite is fully tiled and comprises bath, low level WC, wash hand basin, an anthracite grey heated towel rail and engineered oak flooring which can be found throughout the majority of the downstairs accommodation. Back through the living room there is another conservatory leading out into the garden, and staircase to the first floor with pullout under stairs storage. Upstairs, you have three bedrooms, with the master further benefiting from an en-suite shower room and a dressing area.
The extensive rear garden has been thoughtfully designed and lovingly maintained. The garden incorporates a level lawn which continues all the way with an abundance of mature trees and shrub borders, a secluded and private seating area which is nicely shaded. The path continues further down to the garden which features a wooden shed, tranquil pond and the perfect den for children with a tree house. There is off road parking for several vehicles and a carport.
The village of Haresfield is nestled at the foot of the Cotswold escarpment and Haresfield Beacon. The village has a pub, church and an excellent primary school. It is easily and conveniently located for transport links such as Junction 12 of the M5 motorway and provides access to Gloucester, Bristol and Cheltenham. Stonehouse High Street is a short trip away and also provides local facilities and amenities to include a Co-op with a Post Office, several restaurants, primary and secondary schools and Stonehouse train station which has a main line to London (Paddington Station).
Leave Stonehouse on the B4008 heading towards Standish. Then take the right hand turning sign posted for Little Haresfield, continue on this road for a short distance before reaching the property on your right hand side.
Tenure, Services and Local Authority
Mains gas and electric are believed to be supplied to the property, with a private water system and septic tank.
Stroud District Council; Tax Band C- £1,671.96
The vendors inform us that there is fibre broadband to the property via gigaclear.