The property of the day is this £550k four bedroomed home in Bisley.

Located in a quiet position and overlooking open fields stands this spacious four bedroom detached family home offering parking a garage and an enclosed garden and within easy walking distance to the local primary school.

On entering there is a spacious entrance hall with a cloakroom leading off. The kitchen is of a good size with plenty of built in units and benefits from a utility leading off.

Following through there is a separate dining room enjoying double doors out to the rear garden and there are french doors leading through to the spacious sitting room.

The Sitting room is beautifully presented and benefits from a wood burner and sliding doors lead out to the private rear garden.

To the first floor there are four well presented bedrooms all enjoying far reaching views looking out, the master being of a generous size and enjoying is own en-suite bathroom. There is also a well appointed family shower room.

To the outside there is a gated driveway to the front with a garage and to the rear there is a nice size garden with a patio area.

Bisley in Gloucestershire is set within an area of outstanding natural beauty and is situated on top of the Cotswold Hills about four miles to the east of Stroud. Bisley has a general stores/post office and two public houses and is a thriving community with numerous organisations and clubs. Bisley is close to Stroud which was a major industrial and trading location in the nineteenth century and so needed transport links and first had a canal network known as the Stroud Water

Navigation (now the Thames and Severn Canal) both of which are now being restored as a leisure facility. Stroud is home to two of the countries last remaining state grammar schools. The town's other secondary schools are Archway School, located in the Paganhill area and Thomas Keble School in Eastcombe.

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