Cheltenham Road, Bisley, Gloucestershire, GL6
£675,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Located in a sought after position and within easy walking distance into the village of Bisley stands this immaculately presented four bedroom detached residence offering flexible living accommodation along with plenty of parking and a good size garden.

Located in a sought after position and within easy walking distance into the village of Bisley stands this immaculately presented four bedroom detached residence, offering flexible living accommodation along with plenty of parking and a good size garden.

On entering there is a spacious entrance hall with stairs leading up to the first floor.

Following through the sitting room is of a lovely size with plenty of room for a dining table and benefits from a bay window out to the front overlooking the garden and a feature stone fireplace.

Leading off the kitchen is immaculately presented with plenty of built in cottage style units and benefits from a separate utility room leading off. There is direct access out to the garden from a cloak/boot room.

Also on the ground floor there are two good size bedrooms both enjoying views out to the garden and there is a well presented family bathroom with a separate shower.

To the first floor there are a further two bedrooms both beautifully presented and benefitting from plenty of light, a separate shower room and attic storage.

To the outside there is a generous landscaped garden and plenty of parking on the gravelled driveway and a garage.

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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