Avening

£650,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Located on a quiet lane in in the much sought after location of Avening stands this beautiful Grade II listed four bedroom character Cotswold stone cottage exuding character and charm and benefiting from a good size garden and parking.

On entering there is a lovely hall which leads through to a beautiful snug room with stone floors, feature fireplace with woodburner and beamed ceiling. There is also the staircase leading up to the first floor and there is access through to a good size utility room with a cloakroom.

The sitting room is of a generous size with plenty of character features including wooden flooring, open stone fireplace, beamed ceiling and beautiful stone mullion leaded windows with window seats with views out to the garden. The kitchen/breakfast room has been extended to incorporate a lovely pitched roofed ceiling with oak beams and there is a picture window looking out to the garden beyond. The kitchen is beautifully appointed with built in units and Belfast sink and range cooker.

To the first floor there are two good size bedrooms both enjoying plenty of character features along with wooden floors and beautiful stone mullion windows. The family bathroom benefits from a roll top bath with a contemporary shower over.

To the second floor there are a further two spacious bedrooms one enjoying its own ensuite shower room.

To the outside there is a gated Cotswold stone walled garden to the front and a generous size garden to the side. There is also plenty of gated parking.

AMENITIES Avening is a small Cotswold village that, like many villages in the area, grew up around the wool industry. It is located almost equidistant between Nailsworth and Tetbury and provides local facilities which include two public houses, a primary school with an outstanding reputation, and an historic Saxon Church. Located on the northern edge of Avening and within close proximity of the property are Gatcombe Park and the well-known Minchinhampton Golf Club, boasting two 18 hole courses. Minchinhampton is just a short drive away with access to a few smaller shops and 600 acres of common land managed by the National Trust.

Nailsworth is just over two miles away where you will find a small supermarket, delicatessens including the acclaimed Williams Kitchen fish market & food hall plus a wonderfully diverse selection of fashionable boutiques and shops, salons, antiques & furniture shops and galleries for local craftspeople who have an annual arts festival. The town also offers a post office, butchers, grocery shops, doctors, dentists and a public library.

There are several good secondary schools in the area including one in Tetbury, one in Cirencester as well as a girls and a boys grammar school in Stroud. The area also has excellent transport links with Swindon, Cheltenham, Bristol and Bath all being easily commutable, and London being about 80 minutes away from Kemble Station.

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