Dating back to the 16th century, this beautiful two-bedroom Grade II listed cottage is situated in the most tranquil of settings. Boasting the most envious of views, character features throughout, two sizeable bedrooms and a fantastically maintained garden, this property really is a one of a kind, and viewing is highly recommended.
- Dating back to the 16th century
- Grade II listed
- Stunning views
- Two sizeable bedrooms
- Remote location
- Oozing character features throughout
Upon entering the property, you immediately come to the kitchen. Offering a range of wall and base units, integrated cooker, four ring electric hob, sink, space for fridge and freezer along with plumbing for the washing machine. Continuing through the kitchen, the bathroom is directly in front of you fitted with a double shower enclosure, low level WC, wash hand basin and electric towel rail. Turning left as you exit the kitchen, you enter the light and airy living room boasting dual aspect windows to both side aspects and exposed wooden beams. The living room further offers the solid fuel burning stove, and staircase to first floor. On the first floor you will find the two sizeable bedrooms, both boasting further exposed beams, with stunning views to rear aspect, and an additional storage space.
The large garden is a particular feature of the property and offers fantastic views across the adjoining countryside. The majority of the garden is laid to lawn with a variety of mature trees and shrubs, a quaint seating area and an outhouse that would make a fantastic workshop or home office alike.
Elmore Back is located in the rural village of Elmore. Longney C of E Primary School is in the next village and Frampton On Severn is a few miles away and benefits from a doctors surgery, village shop, pubs and Primary Schools. Quedgeley is just over two miles away and has supermarkets, banks, pubs, primary and secondary schools.
Tenure, Services and Local Authority
All mains services are believed to be connected to the property., with the exception of gas. There is additionally a septic tank.
Stroud District Council; Tax Band C- £1,637.26
Leaving the M5 at Junction 12, continue straight over the roundabout onto the A38, before veering left onto the Bristol Road. Take the next left onto Green Lane, continuing to the end of the lane. Take the right turn onto Sellars Road, before taking the first exit at the next roundabout. Cross over the canal bridge and continue along this road for approximately three miles, to the very end of Lake Street. When you reach Elmore Back Farm, continue through the hole in the wall at the end, turn right, continue for approximately half a mile parallel to the water, and you will reach the property on your right.