A most impressive four bedroom detached house occupying a delightful position on the edge of Painswick, enjoying panoramic far reaching views.
Built in the 1930's, the property was extended in 2006 to provide a substantial family home of approximately 2500 sq ft accommodation - with most rooms having truly majestic views of the Painswick valley.
Arranged over two floors, well-proportioned accommodation is accessed via an entrance porch which leads into a welcoming entrance hall. There is a dual aspect 17ft sitting room which has direct access to the garden - and this room benefits from fabulous views over the surrounding countryside.
A dual aspect dining room lies to the front of the house. A fitted kitchen has a range of built in units and appliances - linking through to a utility room. A rear hallway gives access to a downstairs shower room and a beautiful 17ft dual aspect office/day room - also with magnificent views. This room has the potential to be used as a bedroom, with adjacent shower room.
On the first floor there is a spacious landing which gives access to four bedrooms. The master bedroom, with dressing room, is located above the office/day room - and is therefore identical in size, with stunning views. There is an en-suite bathroom with a separate shower cubicle.
Additional benefits of this extensive family home include gas fired central heating, double glazing, large private mature gardens approaching a third of an acre with fine open views.
Access to the property is via a sweeping driveway. There is ample off road parking and a large detached double garage with electrically operated doors, personal door, and extensive eaves storage.
Amenities Painswick has an interesting history with origins as far back as the Iron Age where the village grew from the wool trade. To this day the village still echoes its history with a local blacksmith and stonemason. Now known for its parish Church yew trees, Rococo gardens and Cotswold stone houses, Painswick is the perfect place for all ages.
With a range of shops from the post office to the newsagents and grocers to name a few, a local primary school, as well as a range of restaurants, pubs and B&b's for visitors.
Set on a hill in the Stroud District this picturesque village overlooks the Stroud valleys.
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