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  • Bedrooms: 2
Tucked away in a quiet and private position in the picturesque village of Box stands this beautifully presented two bedroom character cotswold stone cottage enjoying a delightful cottage garden, parking and a single garage.

Entrance is through a pitched roof porch which leads into a good size dining hall enjoying views out to the garden. The sitting room is beautifully presented with a feature stone fireplace and wood burner, and there are double windows looking out to the garden. Following through the kitchen has built in units and benefits from plenty of natural light from a skylight and windows looking out to the rear . Leading off there is a pantry and a separate utility with plenty of storage and access out to the rear.

To the upstairs there are two bedrooms both immaculately presented and enjoying far reaching views out to the front.

The family bathroom again is immaculately presented with tongue and grove panelling and natural lighting being provided from a skylight.

Further storage is provided by two large loft spaces.

There is a secluded well stocked south facing cottage garden to the front, plus dedicated parking. To the rear there are steps to a small raised garden. The cottage also benefits from a single garage on the opposite side of the lane.

Box is a long established Cotswold village noted for its picturesque charm on the southern edge of Minchinhampton Common, above the wooded Avening valley. Formed chiefly from cottages and homes of typical Cotswold design and character, Box is much admired as a residential setting. There is a lively village community centred around the village hall that includes Art and photography clubs, clubs for theatre, yoga and gardening as well as sports such as table tennis and swimming. In addition there is a mother and toddler group plus the extremely popular Jo Jingles music and movement class for babies and young children. The 600 acres of National Trust Common Land adjacent to the village offer leisure opportunities especially golf, and provide views over the Stroud valleys & beyond.

Both Minchinhampton and Nailsworth are within a mile radius have a good selection of essential shops and services. There are several larger towns readily accessible, and long distance commuters have the benefit of motorway access and London (Paddington) trains within an easy distance, the latter stopping at Stroud and Kemble. Free public transport is offered to pupils of Marling School and Stroud High School

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Perry Bishop and Chambers - Nailsworth

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