Woodmancote, Dursley


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  • Bedrooms: 5
Located in the popular area of Woodmancote, Dursley stands this spacious double fronted Cotswold stone town house which in Victorian times was the old school and dates back to approximately 1650, offering plenty of flexible living accommodation, parking and garage, and within easy walking distance to amenities.

On entering there is a pitched roof entrance porch ideal for coats and boots. Leading through from the hall the kitchen is of a good size with parquet flooring and there is plenty of built in units and room for a breakfast table. Leading on there is a separate dining room with a feature fireplace and open fire. The sitting room is spacious and enjoys a vaulted beamed ceiling and feature fireplace with woodburner and doors leading out to an enclosed courtyard garden. Also on the ground floor there is a separate utility room, cloakroom, study and garden room/ boot room. Leading down there is a good size cellar.

To the upstairs on the first floor there are two bedrooms, a family bathroom and a separate cloakroom. To the second floor there are three bedrooms, a cloakroom and separate shower.

To the outside at the rear there is a good size walled courtyard garden, and there is parking for approximately three vehicles and a double garage/workshop. To the front there is a walled garden.

AMENITIES Dursley offers a good range of amenities for day-to-day requirements including distinctive shops, library, banks, doctors, modern swimming pool & sports centre, two 18 hole golf courses and schools including a Senior School. There is also a selection of private senior & prep schools in the locality including Westonbirt and Wycliffe.

The area is steeped in history with local attractions such as Owlpen Manor, Berkeley Castle, Newark Park and Woodchester Mansion all just a few miles away. The town sits on the famous Cotswold Way Footpath, a series of walking trails that enjoy the most stunning aspects of the local countryside and offers a warren of small villages and beauty spots to explore.

Dursley has excellent communication links with the M5 and A38 being very close by, with Bristol, Bath & Cheltenham all easily commutable, and trains run directly from Cam and Dursley station to Bristol and Gloucester and trains from Kemble to Paddington taking just 75 minutes.

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