Guide Price £750,000

4 Bedroom Detached House for Sale


Guide Price £750,000

Key Features

  • Detached house
  • Striking individual home
  • Contemporary living over two floors
  • Solid oak doors
  • Shaker style units
  • Four bedrooms
  • Outskirts of Nailsworth
  • Oak flooring
  • Sitting room with triple glazed bi-fold doors
  • Generous sized garden

Full Description

THE PROPERTY This most striking individual home, located on the outskirts of Nailsworth, is beautifully set off by open views across the Shortwood Valley. The property offers luxurious, contemporary living over two floors, finished to a high specification with beautiful oak flooring, solid oak doors and powder coated aluminium windows throughout.

The spacious entrance hall is graced by a large solid wood door which glides open with an effortless, light touch. This central area gains access to the sitting room, kitchen/dining room, a useful downstairs cloakroom and stairs leading to the first floor.

The sitting room is tremendously bright and airy, enhanced particularly by triple glazed bi-fold doors to either end of the room. With the doors fully open, a sense of the outside can be brought into this living space, with a beautiful Juliet balcony to the rear framing the outlook across the valley. A contemporary wall mounted fire and downlighters are further thoughtful finishes to the room.

On the alternate side of the property is the kitchen/dining room. Open plan in design, this room offers ample space for a family dining table with further bi-fold doors leading onto the front patio. The kitchen area is fitted with an extensive range of shaker style wall and base units with solid wood work surfaces, incorporating a double oven, gas hob, dishwasher and refrigerator.

Adjoining the kitchen is a useful utility/boot room. With separate entrances at the front and rear of the property, this is the ideal place for muddy boots after long countryside walks. Also located here are further units plus space and plumbing for additional appliances. One can further enjoy the view from the balcony to the rear of the property, which overlooks the garden.

On the first floor a large, open landing with four Velux windows creates an ideal office/study area. All four bedrooms and the family bathroom lead on from here. The sizable master bedroom is coupled with a stylish en-suite bathroom, which features a freestanding bath sat within the window and a separate double shower cubicle.

Bedroom two is again of a very generous size, also benefiting from an en-suite shower room. Bedrooms three and four are two further ample doubles, one room situated to the front and one to the rear. Completing the accommodation on this level is the large bathroom, which is furnished with a contemporary white suite.

Outside, the beauty of the property is highlighted by the surrounding landscaped grounds. To the front is a large gravelled parking area enclosed by Cotswold stone walling, providing space for up to eight cars. Following on, steps bordered with a lawn lead down to the secluded front patio. To the rear is an immaculately presented garden with a two tier lawn framed by railway sleepers. Further, there is a good sized store situated underneath the house and adjoining this is a home office/workshop with its own entrance. EPC Rating C. 

AMENITIES Once christened "The Undiscovered Cotswolds", Nailsworth is a growing historic market town that has become increasingly popular in recent years. Famous as the location for the highly regarded 'Williams Food Hall' delicatessen as well as offering free parking, the town also features a wide range of shops from well-known high street names to cafes and unique independent shops. The town also has a Morrison's supermarket. A local centre for the arts with an annual arts festival, the town is well known for its fine restaurants and friendly local pubs as well as its famous football club Forest Green Rovers. Nestled in a wooded valley, the surrounding flat topped rolling hills offer boundless country walks. Local amenities include highly regarded private schools Beaudesert and Wycliffe College; good public sector schools and sought after girls and boys grammar schools. Other amenities include a bank, a new leisure centre, Post Office, doctors, dentists, golf courses, riding stables, gliding and polo clubs and a public library.

Nailsworth has convenient road links to all main cities, towns and rail links in the area including Stroud's mainline train station that is approximately 5 miles away and offers an 80 minute (approx.) rail journey to Paddington. Less than 7 miles away is the larger market town of Tetbury well known for its antique shops and hotels plus its close proximity to the royal estates of Highgrove and Gatcombe Park as well as the world famous Westonbirt Arboretum. 

DIRECTIONS From our office in Nailsworth, turn left at the mini roundabout and then immediately left onto Old Market. Continue along this road and take the left hand turning by the Britannia pub signposted to 'Shortwood'. Follow the road along for approximately ½ mile, The Glen can then be found on the right hand side. 

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