Pike Lane, Frampton Mansell, Stroud, GL6


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  • Bedrooms: 3
An attractive and well presented 3 bedroom period cottage located within a picturesque Cotswold village on the edge of the Golden Valley. In previous years the property has benefited from a rear two-storey extension with more recent improvements undertaken by the current owners. The living space is well planned and arranged over two floors. Briefly this comprises a generous entrance hall with cloakroom, a well-proportioned sitting room including a large stone fireplace with fitted wood burner and a kitchen dining room comprehensively refitted with hand-crafted units from Woodchester Cabinet Makers. Designed in a shaker style the kitchen also includes integrated appliances, fitted water softener and filter, granite worktops, natural flagstone flooring with electric under floor heating and double opening glazed doors leading out to the rear garden. To the first floor are three bedrooms, two of which have vaulted ceilings, and a spacious bathroom configured to include both a walk-in shower unit and bath. Oil fired central heating is installed served via an external boiler.


Frampton Mansell is a stunning, quintessential rural village centred on the Church, and the popular Crown Public House which enjoys superb views. Locally there is an array wonderful walks and cycling routes with the Jolly Nice Farmshop & Cafe located just above the village offering local farm produce, butcher and cafe. Mainline train stations at Stroud and Kemble provide direct services to London as well as easy motorway links. The towns of Stroud and Cirencester both provide an excellent range of shops and facilities. Stroud 3 miles, Kemble Station about 5 miles (London Paddington 80 mins), Cirencester 6 miles, M5 (J11A) 12 miles (Distances and times approximate).


To the front of the cottage is a small area of garden retained by a low Cotswold stone wall and vehicular access to the side of the cottage providing access to a car parking area to the rear of the property with dedicated parking spaces. The rear garden is enclosed by wooden fencing and includes a paved area with raised water feature immediately abutting the rear of the cottage.

A short flight of steps with a wrought iron handrail leads up to the reminder of the garden, laid to lawn and bordered by well stocked flower beds with a pathway running the full length of the garden. Gated access is provided to the rear parking area. The owners are also including a cedar potting shed, wooden bin store and hot box compost bin.

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