Box, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6
£380,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
A charming two bedroom character mid terrace cottage with beautiful countryside views. Nestled within the quaint village of Box, the property is based over three floors and boasts a beautiful garden with garden room, cosy sitting/dining room with log burner and a master bedroom with Juliette balcony

A charming two bedroom character mid terrace cottage with beautiful countryside views. Nestled within the quaint village of Box, the property is set over three floors and boasts a beautiful garden with garden room, cosy sitting/dining room with log burner and a master bedroom with Juliette balcony.

On entering there is a lovely sitting room benefitting from parquet flooring a feature Cotswold stone wall with a wood burner and a beamed ceiling with room for a breakfast table.

Following through the kitchen is well presented and benefits from plenty of built in cottage style units and a built in oven and hob.

To the first floor there is a lovely double bedroom enjoying beautiful far reaching countryside views and double doors lead out to a Juliet balcony.

The family bathroom is beautifully presented in a modern style.

To the second floor there is a sizable second bedroom enjoying plenty of light with wonderful views over looking Gloucestershire. The room also benefits from built in storage.

To the outside there is a good size garden located just over the little road in front of the property. There is spacious garden room/office benefitting from double glazing including two double patio doors. The garden is private, south facing and naturally warm it is a real feature in the garden of this quaint cottage. The garden also enjoys a paved patio, offering a place to sit and relax and mature planting.

Box is a long established Cotswold village noted for its picturesque charm on the southern edge of Minchinhampton Common, above the wooded Avening valley. Formed chiefly from cottages and homes of typical Cotswold design and character, Box is much admired as a residential setting. There is a lively village community centred around the village hall that includes a variety of clubs and activities. The 600 acres of National Trust Common Land adjacent to the village offer leisure opportunities especially golf, and provide views over the Stroud valleys & beyond.

Both Minchinhampton and Nailsworth within a mile radius have a good selection of essential shops and services including Beaudesert School. There are several larger towns readily accessible, and long distance commuters have the benefit of motorway access and London (Paddington) trains within an easy distance, the latter stopping at Stroud and Kemble. Free public transport is offered to pupils of Marling School and Stroud High School.

01453 836736

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