Hampton Green, Box


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
Located in a quiet location on the edge of Minchinhampton Common stands this well presented detached two bedroom family home offering plenty of scope to extend (subject to planning) and sitting in a generous size plot with views over open fields.

On entering there is an entrance hall which leads into the sitting room with feature fireplace and wood burner and views out to the front garden. Following through there is a open plan family/dining room again with a feature fireplace and views to the front and rear gardens. The kitchen is immaculately presented with plenty of units and range cooker and views out to the rear garden. Following through there is a good size utility and cloakroom and access to the rear garden.

To the first floor there are two good size bedrooms both enjoying delightful views looking out and the family bathroom is of a good size with a separate shower.

To the outside there is a gated gravelled driveway leading up to the property offering plenty of parking and patio area and lawned area and there is a good sized single garage to the rear. The rear garden is of a generous size with plenty of mature bushes and trees.

AMENITIES 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 Art and photography clubs, clubs for theatre, yoga and gardening as well as sports such as table tennis and swimming. In addition there is a mother and toddler group plus the extremely popular Jo Jingles music and movement class for babies and young children. 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 are within a mile radius have a good selection of essential shops and services. 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

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