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  • Bedrooms: 3
Located on a popular road in Charfield stands this immaculately presented three-bedroom Cotswold stone cottage offering parking good size living accommodation and generous garden to the rear.

Entrance is through a pitched roof porch which is ideal for coats and boots and following through there is a good size snug room with feature fireplace with wood burner and beamed ceiling. Leading through, the large kitchen is beautifully appointed with plenty of built-in units and there is still plenty of room for a breakfast table. Following through the sitting room is of a generous size with exposed stone walls and beams and offers plenty of light and sliding doors lead out to the large garden to the rear.

To the upstairs there are three good size bedrooms all beautifully presented and the family bathroom has been updated to a high standard.

To the outside there is a small garden to the front and parking and to the rear there is a large garden with plenty of room for entertaining.

The Village of Charfield near Wotton-Under-Edge is steeped in history and was built around light industry and the railway. It has a fascinating past with the Old Pin Mill, remnants of which remain along the waterways running through the village. The Old Railway Station was designed by Brunel and offered access to a main trading route linking the South Cotswolds to the South West, the Midlands and the North of England, before the station finally closed in the 1960s. The old Primary School building is beautifully untouched and provides the administration offices for a highly regarded, modern school catering for over 200 children of infant and junior age. There are good secondary schools in the area, including Katherine Lady Berkley at Wotton-Under-Edge and the Castle School at Thornbury. There are three public houses, The Plough Inn, The Pear Tree Inn and The Railway Tavern outside which the weekly markets used to be held.

The village does offer a comprehensive list of other amenities, including a convenience shop, Post Office, pre-school provision, hair & beauty salons, a garage, a specialist Land Rover agent, a Village Hall & Recreation Field built on the former ground of the Richardson Hut YMCA. The village supports an impressive array of clubs and societies, including a tennis club, a cricket club, football, bowls, clay shooting, angling, a local choir and Guide & Scout Groups.

Ideally situated, Charfield lies equidistant to Gloucester, Bristol, Cheltenham & Bath, with good access via the M5 (Junction 14) and M4 (Junction 18). The nearest train stations are either Yate or Cam & Dursley. The nearest Town is Wotton-Under-Edge just under 3 miles away where there are further amenities including high shops, mini-supermarkets, a cinema, plus a range of clubs, such as an amateur dramatics society, a bridge club and sporting facilities including a popular golf course. The 100 mile Cotswold Way passes through the town and is a popular route for walkers.

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