- Cotswold stone period cottage
- Far-reaching valley views
- Detached home office with power, WiFi and heating
- 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- Characterful living room with fireplace
- Pretty garden
- Large carport/off-street parking
- Walking distance to amenities
- No onward chain
Hillsleigh House is a semi-detached Cotswold stone period cottage set within a lovely elevated position in the village of Brimscombe overlooking the valley across to Minchinhampton common. Believed to date back to the 1880s, the cottage has an abundance of charm and character features including exposed beams and a stone fireplace. Internally, the cosy accommodation has a south-west facing aspect and arranged over three storeys extending in all to 1,122 sq.ft. The cottage has been beautifully presented throughout.
The ground floor is entered at the rear through a conservatory which is a peaceful room to enjoy the pretty garden setting. The kitchen/dining room is fitted with a range of units and integrated appliances. The characterful living room features a fireplace with wood-burning stove inset. On the first floor, there are two bedrooms both with fitted storage, the main bedroom of which boasts a fully fitted wardrobe, drawers, cupboard and vanity unit with matching fitted bedside tables. Off the landing, the principal bathroom has a shower over the bath. On the top floor, there is further bedroom with private en-suite shower room which has been recently updated. The wonderful valley views can be enjoyed throughout the accommodation.
Off the lane, there is a large carport providing off-street parking and a shed providing storage. Steps lead to the rear of the property for access and is immediately greeted with the far-reaching views. The garden is a lovely private area to enjoy, having been landscaped with a pretty fish pond filled with lilies and a timber bridge crossing. Within the garden, there is the excellent addition of a home office/garden studio which is complete with down lighting, power, WiFi and heating.
Brimscombe is a valley village situated just 2 miles from Stroud. The village has a good range of amenities including a shop, post office, pub, primary school, café and takeaway. Local secondary schooling options include Thomas Keble and Beaudesert Park, Stroud High and Marling plus Stroud College provides further educational facilities. There are excellent walking routes available with the Thames and Severn Canal path situated just opposite the property, while across the valley there is over 600 acres of National Trust common land at Minchinhampton. The A419 offers excellent easy connections to Stroud and Cirencester (10 miles) which have a large range of amenities and facilities including weekly Farmer's markets. Stroud has a main line railway station with inter city services travelling to London (Paddington).
Tenure & Services
We understand the property is Freehold with mains gas central heating, mains drainage, water and electricity.
With outstanding views across the valley to Minchinhampton common, a characterful Cotswold stone period cottage complete with a home office, off-street parking and pretty garden.