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3 Bedroom Detached House

Cranham, Gloucestershire

Key Features

  • charming detached cotswold cottage with no onward chain
  • careful blend of cosy cottage and modern living on plot in excess of quarter of an acre
  • three bedrooms and an additional guest accommodation option
  • sitting room with original fireplace and woodwarm double fronted log burner
  • airy, light open plan kitchen diner handbuilt by nailsworth cabinet makers with an esse range cook
  • self contained light & airy 25sqm home working space with heating & power
  • enclosed lawned garden on three sides
  • detached garage with workshop and further off road parking for numerous vehicles
  • extensive views of adjoining cranham common and nearby woods
  • fast broadband and excellent transport links

Property Description

DESCRIPTION Hidden away on a plot in excess of a quarter of an acre and accessed via private automatic gated entrance this classic detached Cotswold cottage enjoys a southerly facing front aspect. Originally built c.1819 as several dwellings for the "use of the poor" for the families who worked in the pottery by the village stream. the property underwent full rebuild in the 1970s with further sensitive extensions and improvements over the last 35 years and is now presented to an excellent standard .

This light and airy home and retains many of the original beams, fireplaces and stonework. Terracota, slate and limestone tiles can now be found throughout the ground floor to stunning effect. As well as providing the to be expected cosy cottage rooms there is also a modern living option with a large light filled open plan kitchen/diner that makes the very best of the far reaching views of the adjoining village owned common and surrounding beech woods.
In addition the cottage has three bedrooms (master with en suite shower) and modern bathrooms, living room with attached media room, hallway, two further reception rooms, utility room, detached garage with workshop and a 25 square metre self contained home office/studio that could also be used as additional guest accommodation.

Cranham continues as a vibrant village that has at its heart a primary school, church village hall plus a pub and boasts extensive village owned common land and a nationally recognised beech wood on the doorstep providing a wide range of walks and a bridle path. The village community offers dozens of clubs and organisations and a growing number of home-based workers take advantage of the fast broadband and good travel links.Located near to Cheltenham, Gloucester and Stroud and within easy reach of Bristol & Bath. London is just 90 minutes away by rail.
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