Frogmarsh Lane, South Woodchester, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5

£425,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
This delightful period cottage is set in a semi-rural, yet convenient position on the southern edge of the village with a rural outlook over neighbouring fields. Constructed in traditional Cotswold stone, and displaying a variety of features including deep window sills, exposed stone and exposed beams, the property is believed to date back to the 18th Century and form part of Frogmarsh Mill. The property offers family accommodation positioned across two floors. The property benefits from a handmade kitchen with a gas-fired Aga and separate utility room. The flexible light and airy accommodation has a wealth of period features and includes four bedrooms, two receptions rooms and a generous conservatory. The master bedroom benefits from an en-suite and a walk-through room that could be used as a dressing area or study. The three further bedrooms are serviced by a family bathroom. Property Ref: STR150295

Situation

The property is within the village of South Woodchester between the towns of Stroud & Nailsworth. Local amenities include excellent Primary Schools in Woodchester & Amberley and Grammar Schools in Stroud. There are also two Public Houses, a Post Office and two Churches. Country walks are close at hand on Selsley Common. Stroud & Nailsworth are both within 3 miles, each offering a wide selection of shops, educational and recreational facilities with rail services into London (Paddington) available from Stroud.

Outside

The level garden is a particular feature with off street parking, which the current vendors use as further garden space. The garden is enclosed by mature hedging and fencing with a chicken run, garden shed, vegetable garden and an array of pretty, well-established trees and shrubs.

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